On 5 Jan 2017

Multicentre snapshot prospective audits have the power to bring together surgeons and units across multiple regions or countries for a common research goal, thus strengthening an active network of research participation across Europe and beyond.

X-ray of pelvis

On 4 Jan 2017

Throughout January we will be focussing on neuropelveology and highlighting some key resources and presentations to our readers. To start the month, ESCP members can refresh their memories by watching Dr Marc Possover’s fantastic session, Neuropelveology: New Ground-Breaking Discipline in Medicine, from Milan.

On 21 Dec 2016

In November 2016, the GlobalSurg collaborative of surgeons, including a number of ESCP members, met in Birmingham (UK) to plan their next trial. The group aims to develop pragmatic, patient facing research focussed on low and middle income countries (LMICs).

Photo of Gordon Carlson

On 19 Dec 2016

Professor Gordon Carlson, from the Irving National Intestinal Failure Unit at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, discusses the current state of the art for intestinal failure surgery, and where this superspecialty is headed.

Dr Simon Gabe

On 9 Dec 2016

Richard Brady, ESCP Communications Committee, was delighted to speak with consultant gastroenterologist Dr Simon Gabe about the management of high output stoma as part of our focus on Intestinal Failure throughout the month of December.

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