WGO Training Centers
Since 2000, WGO has established 23 WGO Training Centers to enable physicians and healthcare workers, especially those from developing, low resource countries, to experience the very best training opportunities and enhance their skills at an international standard. Click here to learn more about the impact the Training Centers are having across the globe.
WGO recently approved the establishment of Training Centers in three additional locations: Khartoum, Sudan, as well as New Delhi, India and Xi’an, China. The Training Centers’ webpages will provide more information about each center soon! Stay tuned!
The Outreach Program is designed to facilitate the relationship between equipment manufacturers and/or institutions with Training Centers, public hospitals and clinics in low-resource areas in need of equipment or teaching materials. For more information, please click here.
Taipei, Taiwan 2015!
In partnership with the Gastroenterological Society of Taiwan (GEST), TTT will be held in Taipei, Taiwan from 13-16 April 2015. Stay tuned for a report in an upcoming issue of e-WGN!
Train the Trainers in Colonoscopy, Wolverhampton, UK!
In collaboration with the British Society of Gastroenterology, WGO is pleased to announce that a Train the Trainers in Colonoscopy course took place in Wolverhampton, UK from 11-13 June 2014. A full report of the meeting was featured in the October issue of e-WGN!
Cape Town, South Africa 2014!
In partnership with the South African Gastroenterological Society (SAGES), TTT was held in Cape Town, South Africa from 31 August to 3 September 2014. A summary of the meeting was featured in the January issue of e-WGN!
For upcoming TTT information click here!
To learn more about WGO’s Education and Training Initiatives, read Prof. James Toouli’s interview here.
Brand New WGO Guidelines Now Available!
The Esophageal Varices Guideline translations have recently been updated in Spanish and Portuguese on the WGO website. Additional translations coming soon!
More Recently Updated Guidelines:
View the updated Dysphagia Guideline! Updated translations coming soon!
These guidelines have been updated and are available in multiple languages for download free of charge. The Guidelines Homepage is now available in Mandarin & Russian! Click below to view either version.
The WGO Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the WGO, incorporated in 2007, it supports the WGO and its mission.
The principal aims of the Foundation in raising funds are firstly, to provide opportunities for training gastroenterologists in developing countries; and secondly, to raise awareness of digestive disorders worldwide.
There are several ways you can help WGO. Your generosity can make a difference in the lives of many...
WDHD 2015 Is Here!
Have you visited the WDHD 2015 website? Read the Message from the Chair, Dr. David Armstrong (Canada) to learn more about this year's campaign. Additional tools and resources to follow! Stay tuned for much, much more to come throughout the year!
WGO's IBS Webcast Now in Multiple Languages! The program, which stemmed from the WDHD 2012 theme, targets those common symptoms most associated with IBS. Click the image below to begin viewing!
Gastro 2015: AGW/WGO International Congress in Brisbane, Australia, 28 September - 2 October! Early Bird Registrations open – book your place now!
New Educational Opportunity
Available! Visit www.giandhepatology.com/ to download books on GI and Hepatology!
New Issue of e-WGN Now Available here!
The Benign Barrett's and Cancer Taskforce 'BoB CAT' consensus group's overview, the International Consensus of the Management of Benign Barrett's, is nearing conclusion! Watch for updates and begin reading now!
WGO Endorsement of Meetings
Are you interested in WGO endorsing your meeting? WGO's Meeting Endorsement Policy and Application are available here.