Due to the COVID-19 crisis we will be taking a number of precautions at the 8th National Gastrointestinal Nursing Conference. The following safety measures will be carried out at the very minimum:

  • Tables and chairs will be disinfected twice a day.
  • All staff members are required to wear face masks and gloves.
  • All visitors are required to wear face masks, we will provide complementary face masks where required.
  • Temperature check for all visitors entering the venues.
  • Cleaning stations with hand sanitizer available
  • We will ensure the minimum social distances are complied with and we will work to prevent congestion i.e. staggered arrival and departure times, catering breaks etc.
We are keeping a constant eye on the situation and will follow all updated guidelines closely. The health and safety of our delegates is our priority.

Welcome

8th National Gastrointestinal Nursing Conference


This free to attend CPD conference will bring together experts in the fields of gastroenterology and stoma care to discuss the ways in which specialist nurses can demonstrate their value to healthcare services and patients, in addition to demonstrating specialist skills that are transferable across multiple fields.

Who should attend?

-       IBD nurse specialists
-       Clinical nurse specialists (stoma care, liver nursing, IBD, gastroenterology, endoscopy, colorectal cancer, etc.)
-       Stoma care nurses
-       Nurse endoscopists
-       Liver nurses
-       Colorectal nurses
-       Upper & Lower GI nurses
-       Enhanced recovery nurses
-       Dietitians 

 

"Thank you so much, I really found the conference interesting and enjoyed all topics covered – great venue, speakers, beverages and food options. I would recommend others to attend"

2020 Attendee

"I enjoyed the day and appreciated the expertise and knowledge of each speaker, who were all excellent"

2020 Attendee

"Really enjoyed the day, it was very well organised. I particularly like the way the day is split into sessions and each session interspersed with a tea break. 30 min talks are good as they hold the listener's attention"

2020 Attendee

"Excellent to offer this day free – thank you!"

2020 Attendee

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