Congresses and Symposia

View presentations from past events including ECCO 2017, UEGW 2017 and ECCO 2018  here and follow links to upcoming meetings. 

Upcoming:

  • UEG Week 2019 - Barcelona, Spain 19—23 October 2019. The 27th UEG Week will be happening at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona.
  • ECCO 2020 - Vienna, Austia 12—15 February  2020. The 15th Congress of ECCO will be held at the Messe Wien in Vienna.

Previous Congresses with Video Presentation Highlights

  • ECCO 2018

    • February 14 - 17, 2018
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    Over 1,000 abstracts were presented at 13th Congress of ECCO (European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation), which remains a global reference for obtaining the latest information about advances in IBD. Important insights around our entering a new era of patient-reported outcomes in IBD are discussed here in informative key symposia presentations. You can also find out more about individualised care and how treatment approaches are evolving in Crohn’s disease.

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  • UEG Week 2017

    • October 28 - November 1, 2017
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    UEG welcomed many distinguished keynote speakers and experts in digestive health during five intensive days of scientific advances, updates and collaboration of practitioners and top scientists. Key videos and slide data looking into achieving rapid onset and lasting remission of ulcerative colitis and also optimising results with early appropriate therapy by targeting mucosal healing in Crohn’s disease can be viewed here.

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  • ECCO 2017

    • February 15 - 18, 2017
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    The 12th Congress of ECCO (European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation) hosted 6,249 delegates at the CCIB in Barcelona, Spain. Of particular interest were the series of talks given by Professor Colombel on ‘Changing the game in ulcerative colitis and the impact of gut-selective therapy’. While in Crohn’s disease Professor Dotan and Professor Panaccione’s exploration into the early targeting of disease progression in Crohn’s disease is well worth a watch.

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