Enjoy the best of both worlds with our in-person and virtual formats where we will deliver one event but allow two experiences, and as the cherry on top – it’s our 30th UEG Week anniversary! We will also bring back our in-person Postgraduate Teaching (PGT) Programme (October 8th – 9th, 2022) as well as our Hands-on and Live-Demos.
PGT programme: October 8 (09:00) – October 9 (11:30)
Congress programme: October 9 (13:30) – October 11 (16:30)
Our offers include UEG Week, our annual congress, online and face-to-face educational experiences, research support, a scientific journal and a range of opportunities in the form of fellowships and grants. We provide numerous guidelines, standards and quality improvement initiatives and campaign at the European level to ensure continued resources for research into digestive health while working closely with patient organisations.
Integrity, diversity and transparency, in addition to quality, independence, respect, and accountability, form the core values of UEG as a professional non-profit organisation. One of UEG’s overall objectives is striving for equality of opportunity and inclusion, in particular regarding to age, gender and nationality.
Our aim is to provide equal opportunities and foster the involvement of underrepresented groups in all of our activities, creating an environment free from discrimination. Recognising individual values, perspectives and needs is vital in this process to prepare us for the future.
8th - 11th October, 2022
Messe Wien Exhibition Congress Center, Vienna, Austria
To act as the united and trusted voice of European gastroenterology and to be recognised as the leading authority for digestive health. We promote science, research, education and excellent quality of care and we aim to reduce health inequalities across Europe.
To reduce the burden of digestive diseases and improve digestive health.