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of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

Welcome to the 52nd Annual Meeting

5-8 June 2019 · Glasgow · Scotland
Scottish Event Campus (SEC)

Programme for the Annual Meeting

The official Annual Meeting starts on Thursday, 06 June 2019 and ends on Saturday, 08 June 2019. It provides stimulating and informative State of the Art and Key Note Lectures from leading experts in gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. Parallel sessions will comprise of stimulating symposia and oral abstract presentations. The meeting will also offer an Endoscopy Learning Zone for hands-on training. A combination of posters and selected e-posters will provide attendees with the opportunity to view and discuss latest results. An overview about the Scientific Programme can be found here.

Wednesday, 05 June 2019 will concentrate on three parallel full day courses: a clinical course in paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, an advanced course on Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and a postgraduate course for Allied Health Professionals. These courses are invaluable to all Health Care Professionals working with PGHAN. The courses are a fantastic forum for bringing together a wealth of knowledge from a wide range of countries.

In parallel to these courses there will be a full day of Working Group Meetings offering ESPGHAN Working Groups the opportunity to meet and discuss their work and research.

We invite you all to attend the 52nd Annual Meeting of ESPGHAN.


GI Functional disorders: novel treatment approches
Update on Probiotics in NECProbiotics in GI health and disease: current evidence
From bench to bedside: update on cutting the edge researchEosinophilic intestinal diseaseFaecal transplant

Predicting disease outcome in Paediatric IBD

Gut microbiome in health and disease

Training in paediatric endoscopy

2019 guidelines on Coeliac diseaseNutrition during pancreatitisManaging hepatitis in children: update on treatment approaches
Live Endoscopy sessionsQuality of life assessment in paediatric diseaseGene therapy in paediatric liver disease