This symposium would be of interest to nurses who work in or who have a curiosity in gastrointestinal nursing.
Tagged with: GI cancer
For all healthcare professionals who ‘break bad news’
For all healthcare professionals who are involved in the care of people with consequences of rectal cancer treatment.
A course for healthcare professionals with an interest in caring for people with gastrointestinal conditions and diseases; gaining a university award at 20 credits.
This one day study day is anticipated to increase the knowledge and understanding of healthcare assistants caring for people with gastrointestinal conditions.
Degree-level module for healthcare professionals with an interest in caring for people with conditions and diseases of the abdomen; gaining a university award at 20 credits.
St Mark's flagship three day annual international conference, with symposia covering many of the most important topics in intestinal and colorectal disease.
FRCP PhD | Consultant Gastroenterologist
Consultant gastroenterologist at the Family Cancer Clinic & Wolfson Unit for Endoscopy, at St Mark's Hospital who joined in April 2019.
Posted on: March 7, 2018
Posted on: February 27, 2017
Posted on: April 29, 2015
St Mark’s Hospital is welcoming a new service on 1st May 2015 to manage the gastrointestinal consequences of cancer.