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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- 12 days ago

RT @DrKBarrett: Black Poo: 5 Reasons Why You Get It + When to See the GP #womenshealth #antiinflammatories #bowelcancer #ironsupplements #g…
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- 12 days ago

RT @bottomline_ibd: *ANNOUNCEMENT* Women with #IBD across the 🌍 and our supporters too, gather round! I've set up an additional Twitter a…
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- 21 days ago

RT @IBDUKTEAM: 'The IBD Standards have a number of key points to improve communication between Primary & Secondary Care, including the prod…
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- 22 days ago

RT @DrKBarrett: The @PCSGastro are disappointed too. However the @NICEComms guidelines are only one aspect & should be read alongside the 2…
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- 22 days ago

8th November 2019 is the date for our Annual Scientific Meeting #PCSGASM - free to healthcare professionals… https://t.co/a0j67Tcbay
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