‘Frontline Endoscopy: Polypectomy – tips, tricks, and which to remove endoscopically’

After the great success of the #FGDebate with Professor Mark Pritchard, we are delighted to announce our next #FGDebate will be lead by Professor Brian Saunders (@MarkSdoc1), Consultant Gastroenterologist, St. Mark’s Hospital and Adjunct Professor of Endoscopy Imperial College for the ‘Special EndoLive Twitter Debate’, on Tuesday 3rd March 2015, at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, […]

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Missed the #FGDebate with Prof Pritchard? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Gastrointestinal NETs: The approach to diagnosis and initial management’

If you missed the #FGDebate with Professor Mark Pritchard on ‘Frontline Gastrointestinal NETs: The approach to diagnosis and initial management’ you can catch up with the: Podcast after the #FGDebate at https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/frontline-gastrointestinal-nets-the-approach-to-diagnosis-and-initial-management/s-dEo1C Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-gastrointestinal-nets-the-approach-to-di Don’t forget to join us for the next debate with Professor Brian Saunders (@MarkSdoc1), Consultant Gastroenterologist, St. […]

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‘Frontline Gastrointestinal NETs: The approach to diagnosis and initial management’

After the great success of the #FGDebate with Dr Alex Ford, we are delighted to announce our next #FGDebate will be lead by Professor Mark Prictchard (@gastrolivuni), Professor and Head of Department of Gastroenterology and Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist at the University of Liverpool, on Tuesday 10th February 2015 at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline Gastrointestinal […]

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Missed the #FGDebate with Dr Alex Ford? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Neurogastroenterology: Evidence based therapeutics in irritable bowel syndrome’

If you missed the #FGDebate with Dr Alex Ford on ‘Frontline Neurogastroenterology: Evidence based therapeutics in irritable bowel syndrome’ you can catch up with the: Podcast after the #FGDebate at: https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/frontline-neurogastroenterology-evidence-based-therapeutics-in-ibs Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at: https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-neurogastroenterology-evidence-based-the Don’t forget to join us for the next debate with Professor Mark Prictchard (@gastrolivuni), Professor and Head of […]

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‘Frontline Neurogastroenterology: Evidence based therapeutics in irritable bowel syndrome’

After the great success of the #FGDebate with Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Barry Marshall and Editor in Chief of GUT, Professor Emad El-Omar , we are delighted to announce our third debate will be lead by Dr Alex Ford (@alex_ford12399), Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist on ‘Frontline Neurogastroenterology: Evidence based therapeutics in irritable bowel syndrome’ on […]

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Missed the #FGDebate with Prof Marshall and Prof El-Omar? Catch up with the Podcast and the Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Research: The highs and lows of academic life – the basics, the barriers and the breakthroughs’

If you missed the #FGDebate with Nobel Professor Barry Marshall and Professor Emad El-Omar , ‘Frontline Research: The highs and lows of academic life – the basics, the barriers and the breakthroughs’, you can catch up with the: Podcast with Prof Marshall and Prof El-Omar, after the #FGDebate: https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/frontline-research-the-highs-and-lows-of-academic-life?in=bmjpodcasts/sets/frontline-gastroenterology Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate […]

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Frontline Research: The highs and lows of academic life – the basics, the barriers and the breakthroughs #FGDebate

After the great success of the Hepatology #FGDebate with Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, we are delighted to announce our fourth debate and ‘Christmas Special’ debate will be lead by Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall (@barjammar) and Editor in Chief of GUT (@emadelomar), on Sunday 21st December 2014, at 12 noon GMT and discuss, “Frontline Research: The highs and […]

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Missed the #FGDebate with Professor Sir Ian Gilmore? catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate – ‘Frontline Hepatology: Alcohol – our favourite drug and everyone’s problem’

If you missed the #FGDebate with Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, ‘Frontline Hepatology: Alcohol – our favourite drug and everyone’s problem’, you can catch up with the: Podcast with Sir Ian, after the #FGDebate:  https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/alcohol-our-favourite-drug-and-everyones-problem?in=bmjpodcasts/sets/frontline-gastroenterology Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at:  https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-hepatology-alcohol-our-favourite-drug-an Don’t forget to join us for the next debate with Nobel Laureate, Professor […]

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Frontline Hepatology: Alcohol – our favourite drug and everyone’s problem #FGDebate

After the great success of the IBD #FGDebate with Dr Charlie Lees, we are delighted to announce our third debate will be lead by Prof Sir Ian Gilmore (@itgilm), on 11th November 2014, at 8-9pm GMT and discuss, “Frontline Hepatology: Alcohol – our favourite drug and everyone’s problem” Professor Sir Ian Gilmore is an honorary consultant physician at […]

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Missed the #FGDebate with Dr Charlie Lees? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate – ‘Frontline IBD: Finding the cause of IBD – genes, bugs or diet?’

If you missed the #FGDebate with Dr Charlie Lees, ‘Frontline IBD: Finding the cause of IBD – genes, bugs or diet?’, you can catch up with the: Podcast with Dr Lees, after the #FGDebate: https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/finding-the-cause-of-ibd-genes-bugs-or-diet/s-GTLBB or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at:https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-ibd-finding-the-cause-of-ibd-genes-bugs Don’t forget to join us for the next debate with Prof Sir […]

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