Upper GI Upskilling Course - Day 1
Live and Online : Thursday 30th November 2023 , 08:00 - 17:00 CET
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GIEQs' Upper GI Course - Day 1

Join us in advancing the quality of gastroscopy procedures and providing better care for your patients.  

 

 

Course Highlights:

  • Optimal Environment: Learn how to create the ideal conditions for gastroscopy procedures, ensuring patient comfort and safety.
  • Sedation Techniques: Master a range of sedation techniques, from no sedation to deep sedation, for patient comfort and cooperation.
  • Provider Technique: Enhance your endoscopic skills, maximizing mucosal visualization for better diagnoses.
  • Lesion Recognition: Gain expertise in identifying premalignant lesions in the upper GI tract for early detection.
  • Pathways for Management: Establish effective pathways for managing upper GI premalignant lesions, improving patient care.

Type of Course

GIEQs Course

Live Course held in Gent, Belgium (In-Person) or Virtually

Who Should Attend?

  • Trainees starting their gastroscopy journey.
  • Practitioners transitioning to independent gastroscopy practice.
  • Experienced practitioners aiming to upskill their technique.

Possibility for live attendance?

Yes. Mail admin@gieqs.com

Virtual attendance: €30 per day

Live attendance: €250 per day (including lunch and refreshments)

Click here (link to page) for practical details of live attendance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand optimal gastroscopy environment.
  • Master various sedation techniques.
  • Enhance provider technique for mucosal visualization.
  • Recognize premalignant lesions in the upper GI tract.
  • Establish pathways for effective lesion management.
  • Suitable for trainees and experienced practitioners.
  • In-person and virtual attendance options.
  • Accessible online version for catch-up.
  • Elevate gastroscopy skills for improved patient care.

Length?

2 days (30th November 2023 – 1st December 2023)

Faculty

  • Dr David Tate
  • Dr Roland Valori
  • Dr John Anderson