UEG member societies represent over 22,000 specialists, working across medicine, surgery, pediatrics, GI oncology and endoscopy. UEG is the most comprehensive organization of its kind in the world, and a unique platform for collaboration and the exchange of knowledge.
With over 13,000 expected attendees, the aim of UEG Week is to attract clinicians and basic scientists from all over the world to discuss advances in Liver and GI medicine and continue to provide state-of-the-art education and updates. World-renowned experts and excellent faculty will gather to present the newest research, as well as state of-the art clinical practice. Now that we have regulatory clearance in Europe, Lumendi’s opportunity is, as always, with a targeted group of thought leaders who are advanced endoscopists and are experienced in complex colon polyp resection.
Lumendi Booth- Hall #5, Booth# 15, Austria Center Vienna, Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, 1220 Vienna, Austria
Together, our member societies represent more than 25,000 specialists from every field in gastroenterology. This makes UEG the most comprehensive organization of its kind in the world and a unique platform for collaboration and the exchange of knowledge.
Advancing gastroenterology care: To improve the prevention and care of digestive diseases in Europe through providing education, supporting research and improving clinical standards.
We will be a democratic, efficient and expanding organization acting as the united voice of European gastroenterology. We will deliver cutting-edge education and training, and facilitate and disseminate world-leading research. We will work to improve clinical standards and services and to reduce health inequalities across Europe. To achieve these goals, we will listen to and learn from healthcare professionals, scientists, our patients and the public and we will work closely with politicians and policy-makers.
The UEG is dedicated to achieving its mission in an open, transparent and democratic manner according to the highest standards of ethics. Together with other members of the Alliance for Biomedical Research in Europe, UEG has approved and adopted the Code of Conduct of healthcare professionals and scientific organizations. This code sets out core principles for healthcare professional and scientific organizations to maintain and enhance professional independence, objectivity, and scientific integrity. It guides all persons serving UEG in the development and implementation of UEG’s activities. UEG volunteers and senior employees sign a Declaration of Interest (DoI) to disclose any possible conflicts between their duties towards UEG and their private interests.
Code of Conduct of healthcare professionals and scientific organisations