American College of Gastroenterology
The American College of Gastroenterology ACG was founded in 1932 to advance the study and medical treatment of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. The College promotes the highest standards in medical education and is guided by its commitment to meeting the needs of clinical gastroenterology practitioners. ACG udgiver American Journal of Gastroenterology.
Columbia University Gastroenterology Web
Et godt sted for gastroenterologiske ressourcer.
Gastroenterology is published for the American Gastroenterological Association by W.B. Saunders Company. Det absolut førende gastroenterologiske tidsskrift. Kun adgang fra PCerne i Videncentret OUH.
Gastroenterology Therapy Online
Gastrotherapy.com was developed to assist primary care physicians and other health care professionals in remaining current in their knowledge of GI diseases, focusing on diagnosis and treatment, with the guidance of leading GI specialists. The pages include: Reuters Gastro Newsfeed, delivering concise daily summaries of the latest developments in gastroenterology and related fields. Gastro Links to useful gastroenterology-related web sites. CME section with self-assessment tests, case studies, and CME offerings. GI Educational Resources provides hyperlinks to conference sites listing brief descriptions of relevant new conferences. The Literature section provides an electronic reference shelf, including published full-text Article Archives and Commentary Archives from our world-renowned Editorial Board through reviews/critiques of recent seminal articles. Gastrotherapy.com finansieres af AstraZeneca.
GastroenterologyWeb is an independently produced e-publication created by and for gastroenterologists as a comprehensive source of new information, practical knowledge, and educational resources pertinent to the evolving field of gastroenterology. GastroenterologyWeb's expert Board of Advisors, which includes gastroenterologists, radiologists, hepatologists and other specialists, brings you a broad selection of original articles, reviews, editorials and teaching/conference cases concerning important issues and new developments in the practice of gastroenterology. All of GastroenterologyWeb's content is selected, authored, and approved exclusively by GastroenterologyWeb's expert Board of Advisors. Registration is required.
GastroHep.com is an education and information resource in gastroenterology, hepatology and endoscopy, for health-care professionals working in these areas. GastroHep.com aims to provide accurate and up-to-date information, with peer-review of new material. GastroHep.com will emphasise, as far as is possible, the importance of evidence-based medicine.
Den absolut førende portal for gastroenterologi på Nettet med fokus på såvel videnskabelig information som efteruddannelse. Dele af portalen er gratis, men de vigtigste dele kræver medlemskab og betaling. Portalen drives af Blackwell Science Limited.
Gastrolab is a medical research centre in Vasa, Finland, dedicated to endoscopic examinations of the digestive canal. The Gastrolab Home Pagewas initiated in the spring of 1996, with several important goals: * maintaining an endoscopic image gallery free to use for all interested health care personals * maintaining a gastroenterologic calendar and a gastroenterologic link collection including a nearly complete list of medical journals * maintaining contact information about support groups and associations all over the world * providing historical texts about gastroenterologic topics * providing information about gastrointestinal health care topics for the general public in Swedish and Finnish.
Indeholder bl.a. nogle af de bedste gastroenterologiske efteruddannelses (CME) sider. Gratis men kræver tilmelding.
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
Homepager for NIDDK der giver et flot overblik over diabetologi, nyre- og intestinalsygdomme
OMED Organisation Mondiale d'Endoscopie Digestive
OMED is is composed of the National Digestive Endoscopy Societies (or of the Endoscopy Sections of the Gastroenterology Societies) of the three Zones: European (ESGE), Pan-American (SIED) and Asian-Pacific (APSDE).
World Gastroenterology OMGE Homepage
The purpose of OMGE is to contribute to the development of gastroenterology worldwide; to maintain contact with the affiliated gastroenterological associations and societies for the advancement of gastroenterology; to foster interaction with the disciplines encompassed by gastroenterology; to support vigorous research, education and ethics; and to promote and hold regular World Congresses of Gastroenterology.