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BSGE Surgical Information Collection System

The BSGE Surgical Information Collection System

A secure, cloud-based online database system for all your gynaecological endoscopies.

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Endometriosis CNS Nurses drop-in bitesize session

The BSGE is running an endometriosis CNS bitesize session on Monday 31st January at 6pm. The Society holds these interactive, bitesize sessions once every two months. They are free and open to all. Jenny Shaw, Endometriosis CNS, Swansea and Liz Bruen, Endometriosis Nurse

New date for ASM 2022

The BSGE has announced an important date change for the Birmingham-Worcester ASM 2022. The new dates are Thursday April 21stto Friday 22nd April 2022. The NEW dates for the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) are Thursday April 21st to Friday

BSGE and RCOG Joint Statement on Thoracic Endometriosis Care

The BSGE and RCOG have released a joint statement on Thoracic Endometriosis care in the United Kingdom. BSGE President Justin Clark and Martin Hirsch, Consultant Gynaecologist Oxford University Hospitals, said: ‘The BSGE and RCOG aim to standardise care for people with thoracic


The British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy exists to improve standards, promote training and encourage the exchange of information in minimal access surgery techniques for women with gynaecological problems.

Originally founded in 1989 by a small group of consultant gynaecologists, the society has since grown to the dynamic, active society it is today, with a membership of over a thousand consultants, trainees, specialist nurse practitioners, GPs and students.

BSGE exists not only to serve its members, but also to promote knowledge and understanding of the endoscopic approach to diagnosis and treatment to our patients, the public and those that form healthcare policy so that we can make a difference to women’s health and wellbeing.




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