#FG Blog: The time for work-life balance is now.

Burnout: several recognise it, many complain about it, but how do we actually improve it? The article in Frontline Gastroenterology titled “When burn-out reaches a pandemic level in gastroenterology: a call for a more sustainable work-life balance” by Duong et al. delves into such a problem and provides five simple solutions that we can all […]

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Assessment strategies in gastroenterology by Neel Sharma

All doctors regardless of specialty are assessed regularly – after all assessment drives learning. From a UK standpoint assessment comprises the MRCP (UK) examinations and SCE. During GI training there is the JAG accreditation of simple and more advanced endoscopic intervention as well as portfolio based records. In the field of medical education there are […]

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‘Frontline Training: The shape of Gastroenterology training in the UK and beyond’

After the great #FGDebate with the Ms Kay Greveson, we are delighted to announce our next #FGDebate will be on Tuesday 23rd February 2016 with Dr Gavin Johnson, Consultant Gastroenterologist at UCL Hospitals and The Royal Free Hospital, London, at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline Training: The shape of Gastroenterology training in the UK and beyond’. […]

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