3 WORLD GASTROENTEROLOGY NEWS JANUARY 2016 VOL. 20, ISSUE 4 Editors: J. Enrique Domínguez-Muñoz, Spain, and Christina Surawicz, USA Managing editors: Marissa Lopez and Elisabeth Vink Art Production: Jennifer Gubbin Editorial Office: WGO Executive Secretariat, 555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100, Milwaukee, WI 53202 USA Email: email@example.com e-WGN Editorial Board • Anita Afzali, USA • Min-Hu Chen, China • Mário Dinis-Ribeiro, Portugal • Amy Foxx-Orenstein, USA • Waseem T.Y. Hamoudi, Jordan • Abdel Maguid Kassem, Egypt • Björn Lindkvist, Sweden • Chun-Jen Liu, Taiwan • Adam Mahomed, South Africa • Alejandro Piscoya, Peru • Arnoldo Riquelme, Chile • Michael Schultz, New Zealand • Ala Sharara, Lebanon • C. Wendy Spearman, South Africa • Maria Claudia Stefanoli, Uruguay • Christo Van Rensburg, South Africa • Haleh Vaziri, USA • Marcelo F. Vela, USA ©2016 World Gastroenterology Organisation. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form without the prior permission of the copyright owner. Contents Summary of the 3rd Serbian Gastroenterology Congress with International Participation in Belgrade 35 Srdjan Djuranovic, MD, PhD Aleksandra Sokic-Milutinovic, MD, PhD 57th Annual Meeting of the JSGE 37 Hajime Takikawa, MD, PhD Japan Digestive Disease Week 2015 (JDDW 2015) 38 Hajime Takikawa, MD, PhD WGO Global Guidelines WGO Guidelines Endoscope Disinfection 2016 Update 40 Anton LeMair, MD Calendar of Events WGO Calendar of Events 41 World Digestive Health Day 2016 WGO ANNOUNCES WDHD 2016 TO FOCUS ON “DIET AND THE GUT”! Led by Co-Chairmen, Professors Govind Makharia (India) and David Sanders (UK), the WDHD theme for 2016 is “Diet and the Gut.” This year’s campaign seeks to raise awareness on ways to promote gut health. Diet and the Gut will include celiac disease, food allergies, the role of diet in gut diseases, and food intolerance, among other timely and important issues. While the official date of WDHD is May 29th, many events take place throughout the year. Past events include public campaigns, courses and lectures on treatments of the current theme, marathons, walkathons, na-tional meetings, press conferences, television and radio interviews, creating a country’s own WDHD Day, publications, and much more. For questions regarding WDHD, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned as additional information and materials are made available via the WGO and WGO Foundation website shortly!
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