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#FGDebate: How to Get the Most Out of Your Endoscopic Training

6 Jan, 17 | by Kelly Horwood, BMJ

How to Get the Most Out of Your Endoscopic Training: Ask the Experts

Date: Thursday 12th January 2017
Time: 8-9pm GMT
Guest: Dr Brian McKaig @braincmckaig

Dr Brian McKaig
MBChB, PhD, PGCMEDr Briandr-mckaig McKaig is a Consultant Gastroenterologist working at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust since 2002, having qualified from Glasgow University in 1991 and training in Nottingham gaining a PhD in 2001.
His clinical interests lie in lower GI endoscopic therapy and Bowel Cancer Screening.
He has a long standing interest in education and endoscopy training and was awarded PGCME from Wolverhampton University 2004. He has been the Director of the West Midlands Endoscopy Training Centre since 2005 delivering over 20 courses per year. He is a member of the JAG QA-T workgroup, currently focusing on development of training pathways within endoscopy. He has previously been Chair of the Federation of Training Centres and has delivered endoscopy training throughout the UK and has led JAG / BSG / WGO international training developments in Europe and Africa. He has worked in collaboration to develop many of the current JAG approved endoscopy courses currently run in the UK.
Brian is the current Colonoscopy Professional Clinical Advisor for the West Midlands BCSP and sits on the BCSP Accreditation Panel and National BCS QA committees.

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