PGHaN Course

Course Title: Advances in Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition (PGHaN)

Join us for an enriching and comprehensive course designed to explore the latest advancements in Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition (PGHaN). This educational event brings together esteemed professionals and thought leaders to share insights, discuss challenging cases, and fostering collaborative discussions. The course is structured into three sessions, each focusing on different aspects of PGHaN.


Explore the intricate world of Paediatric Hepatology, covering neonatal cholestasis management, chronic and end-stage liver disease, challenging liver cases, and the diagnosis and management of congenital porto-systemic shunts in children. Engage in a dynamic discussion to further deepen your understanding.

Presentations explore domains covered by the ESPGHAN syllabus, encompassing:

· G.IV. in the ESPGHAN syllabus

· G.III. in the ESPGHAN syllabus

· G.I. in the ESPGHAN syllabus

· G.V. in the ESPGHAN syllabus

Gastroenterology I

Delve into Paediatric Gastroenterology with a focus on malnutrition and malabsorption in paediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), intestinal failure, peptic disease Helicobacter Pylori-related in children, and dysnatremia in gastroenteritis. Conclude with an interactive discussion and an informal session for networking.

Gastroenterology II

Explore genetic GI disorders in the first year of life, the later risks of IBD, successful weaning from tube-feeding, and new challenges in paediatric endoscopy. Engage in meaningful discussions during designated Q&A sessions.

Why is this course for you?

This PGHaN course is tailored for healthcare professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition. Immerse yourself in a dynamic learning environment, connect with peers, and gain valuable insights from experts in the field. Join us for a transformative educational experience in the evolving landscape of paediatric gastrointestinal health.

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