Why Attend?

In numerous lectures, presentations, courses, posters and videos, leading experts will present the latest scientic knowledge and state of the art research in Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

Gastro 2016 oers a unique platform and the opportunity to meet and network with a truly international audience and gain insight into the latest product information and trends.

Do not miss this opportunity to meet gastroenterologists, surgeons and researchers from around the globe. By attending Gastro 2016, you are also support World Gastroenterology Organization in realizing its objectives and programs:

Who Should Attend?

  • Gastroenterologists
  • Hepatologists
  • Endoscopy Specialists
  • Family Practitioners
  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgeons
  • Oncologists
  • Pathologists
  • Researchers
  • Academia
  • Allied Health
  • Nursing Staff

WGO Objectives

  • To promote public awareness of digestive disorders worldwide
  • To provide the highest standards in education and training in gastroenterology throughout the world and objectively assess the outcomes thereof
  • To create an educational network readily accessible and relevant to gastroenterologists in emerging societies to support their local professional development
  • To promote multi-disciplinary approaches to primary prevention, screening, early detection and optimal care of digestive cancers
  • To develop and disseminate global guidelines on important global issues in the clinical practice of gastroenterology
  • To promote an ethical approach to all aspects of the practice of gastroenterology
  • To promote the formation of gastroenterological organizations and encourage them to be members of WGO
  • To support and collaborate closely with all organizations interested in digestive disorders, including nursing, other healthcare workers and patient advocacy groups
  • To solicit financial support for the purpose of undertaking WGO’s global and emerging society programs and activities
  • To regularly communicate WGO’s strategic plan, activities and outcomes to its constituents