Introducing EMJ Gastroenterology 6.1Press release December 14, 2017 Hepatology Health Research Medicine Gastroenterology Healthcare
In the latest publication from the European Medical Journal, you will find articles, abstract reviews, interviews, and a full congress review of UEGWeek.
United Kingdom, November 14, 2017: The European Medical Journal welcomes you to their annual publication of EMJ Gastroenterology, complete with its review of the 25th United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Week. The prestigious event took place in the Catalan capital of Barcelona, Spain, in the midst of a supercharged political atmosphere. As political division threatened to create a schism within the country, the scientific community came together from around the world to celebrate 25 years of gastroenterological unity and collaboration, creating an unforgettable congress. The intense passion for science and teamwork surrounding this event is captured brilliantly in EMJ Gastroenterology 6.1’s Congress Review section; from cutting-edge research, award presentations, abstract summaries, and more, UEG Week 2017 is presented in all its glory.
It is not only the political world that has seen upheaval this year; the field of gastroenterology has experienced its own revolutions, and who better to guide us through this ever-changing scientific landscape than the highly esteemed Editorial Board members of EMJ Gastroenterology? In the eJournal’s interview section, three members of the Editorial Board present their opinions on the hottest medical topics, recount poignant anecdotes from their medical careers, and offer their thoughts on the future directions for this fascinating discipline.
As always, the journal provides a riveting instalment of peer-reviewed articles, described by Editor-in-Chief Dr Jan Bornschein as: “…a great spectrum of expert reviews on topics with high clinical relevance.” Such topics include Helicobacter pylori infection, atrophic body gastritis, and a fascinating Editor’s Pick article on the growing incidence of abdominal tuberculosis, a condition often mistaken for Crohn’s disease. With contributing authors from across the globe, the carefully curated Articles section of EMJ Gastroenterology 6.1 provides a wonderful snapshot of the many ways in which medical professionals from around the world are tackling global problems within the field. Available now: http://emjreviews.com/journals/emj-gastroenterology-6-1-2017/
The staff of the European Medical Journal are certain that EMJ Gastroenterology 6.1 will provide a springboard for productive discussion within the medical community, and hope that the information presented will inspire new developments in clinical practice. Spencer Gore, Director of the European Medical Journal, commented: “I believe that this edition captures not only the latest and greatest of medical developments but also the community’s inspiring spirit and commitment to better healthcare across the world. I hope you enjoy reading.”
About the European Medical Journal
The European Medical Journal is an independent company that annually produces a collection of open-access medical eJournals covering therapeutic areas such as Respiratory, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, and Urology. By combining editorials from key opinion leaders with concise news coverage from the leading congresses within the medical industry, we aim to deliver first-class insight into ground-breaking changes and advances in medicine. The production of our high-quality, peer-reviewed eJournals, and our collaborations with independent clinical bodies result in a dynamic and contemporary tool with which to assist industry professionals across Europe in progressively developing their performance and efficacy.
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