Thank You for attending
UEG Week Vienna 2016!

Over 13,300 delegates, presenters, faculty and industry partners made UEG Week Vienna 2016 another successful meeting.

Five intensive days of scientific advances and updates brought together practitioners, scientific experts and everyone invested in digestive health. With over 1300 who have tuned in on UEG Week Live and participated from around the world, UEG Week Vienna 2016 truly lived up to it's motto: advancing science - linking people! We hope that you bring home many valuable insights from the 2,770 presentations and that the meeting helped to develop and intensify friendships.

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The CME Portal is now open: claim your certificates

Delegates of UEG Week 2016 can claim their CME and certificate of attendance online via myUEG.
Follow three simple steps to conveniently access your certificates already on your way home instead of queuing at terminals!

Awardees of Wednesday

A final round of awards went to outstanding speakers, poster champs and National Scholars. Here's who to remember in European gastroenterology!


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UEG Week - Highlights of Wednesday

See the best pics of today and yesterday afternoon in our gallery!

Applications to three UEG classroom courses are open!

Apply for the Young Investigators Meeting course until November 11, the Summer School in Prague or our next Basic Science Course in Rome. We are looking forward to receive your application!

UEG Week: Experts call for urgent change in the care of young adults with IBD

Today, world leading digestive health experts are presenting a pioneering new programme that could have a significant impact on the quality of life of young adults living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Experts believe that the programme could help combat the poor and, in some cases, life-threatening care offered to young IBD patients across Europe.