We are the voice of primary care gastroenterology, a voice that is listened to by those making decisions which affect primary care.

The costs of investigations and prescribing for gastrointestinal complaints are considerable. Decisions about commissioning and clinical governance in gastroenterology require primary care input and national policy in gastroenterology also needs to be informed by GPs and their community based colleagues. The PCSG is ideally placed to provide advice and support through consultation with committee members and dialogue with our large and experienced membership.

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RT @rcgp: We will be holding a live Inflammatory Bowel Disease Twitter Q&A on 28th Feb 19:00 – 20:00. You can raise your questions on #IBD…
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RT @rcgp: Our new and improved Primary Care Cancer Toolkit with @cruk is now live, with useful #cancer resources to support GPs in practice…
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New Chair's blog "The Bold Future of the PCSG" https://t.co/QVvcLna25V
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RT @bmj_latest: Study highlights possible link between highly processed foods and cancer: #OpenAccess research https://t.co/rtf1wyYGpT and…
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