Workshops are designed to enable participants to achieve desired learning objectives that include increased knowledge, further understanding, and enhanced skills.
The conference will feature both half-day and full-day workshops and we urge interested parties to submit their proposals before the submission deadline. All proposals received after this deadline will not be accepted for inclusion.
In order to have a better understanding of the topic of your workshop, we kindly ask you to choose the tracks of your interest:
Clinical Gastroenterology | Gastroenterology Treatment | Advances in Gastroenterology | Gallbladder and Biliary Disease | Gastrointestinal Complications in Pregnancy | Gastrointestinal Disorders | Gastrointestinal Pathology | Gastrointestinal Pharmacotherapy | Gastrointestinal Cancer | Gastrointestinal Radiology | Gastrointestinal Surgery | Inflammatory Bowel Disease | Pediatric Gastroenterology | Pancreatic and Biliary Disease | Bariatric Surgery | Colorectal Oncology | Endoscopy and Hepatology | Esophageal and Gastric Disease | Pancreatic Diseases | Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease | Gastrointestinal Immunology | Digestive Diseases | Liver Diseases | Gastroenterologist | Celiac Disease | Hepatitis B | Barretts Esophagus | Crohn Disease | Cirrhosis | Hepatitis C | Liver and Intestine Transplant | Kidney and Pancreas Transplant | Peptic Ulcer Disease | GI Bleeding | GI Infectious Disease | Gastroenterologists |
The main aim behind the inclusion of workshops is to facilitate the transfer of knowledge through audience interactions. Workshops can be 3 to 6 hours in length, depending on the subject matter and relevance of the topics discussed.
Organizers should select the workshop type and their preferred duration, in the workshop proposal. The following are the available possible workshop types:
Usually workshops would be panned with a number of presentations that will be followed by a discussion. The maximum limit of abstract submissions allowed for this type is 5. Workshops that combine 1-2 presentations with a panel discussion are still considered to be regular workshops. In these cases, we urge you to add the number of abstracts, and include the names and affiliations of the panellists.
Proposals on all topics related to scientific research should be structured as follows:
Aim: Summarise the impact of the proposed workshop in a short messages of a maximum of 150 words.
Presentations: Select the number of presentations in this section. The maximum number of presentations for any workshop is 5 presentations.
Presenters: Select the number of presenters in this section. The presenters name, institute, and email address should be entered.
Social Media Statement: Provide us with a statement about your workshop using up to 120 characters that can be used for promotions on our various social media platforms. Be sure to use words or phrases that will capture attention and create a call to action, and include relevant hashtags.
All submitted proposals will be peer-reviewed by the International Scientific Committee, consisting of experts from over the world. The reviewed proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria: