AEG courses

Teaching courses that will begin in the coming weeks, all in online format

Microcourses based on the webapp Treatment of Gastroenterological Diseases:

The AEG presents the seven microcourses based on the webapp Treatment of Gastroenterological Diseases. The microcourses are based on the 54 chapters of the webapp and a bank of 1080 reasoned questions. Each microcourse consists of between seven and nine teaching units based on the chapters of the book and 20 questions for each of the units. This is an AEG initiative aimed at training in general gastroenterology and support for the preparation of public job offers. Likewise, the accreditation of this activity with European continuing medical education credits has been requested. You can consult the additional information and register at:

First online course “Introduction to research for clinicians”

In accordance with the philosophy of the AEG, we have designed a transversal curriculum to facilitate continuing medical education for clinicians with an interest in research. This course will cover from the most theoretical aspects associated with biostatistics, legal issues related to the ethical aspects of research and data protection and, of course, the communication of results. The course starts in October, a teaching unit will be opened weekly and will be open until June. Accreditation of this activity with European continuing medical education credits has been requested. All information is available at:

8th course update and perspectives for young gastroenterologists:

This year, we have converted the traditional course for residents into a virtual course aimed not only at residents but also at novice specialists. It will take place on November 3, 4, 15 and 16. The course includes updating talks given by the members of the working groups and interactive clinical cases. Accreditation has been requested from the continuing medical education commission of the National Health System. The complete program and the registration form are available at

Course Prevention of Gastric Cancer in low-incidence populations

The latest edition of this accredited online course is now available. Designed to update knowledge and improve the identification of gastric injuries. It is the last opportunity to receive this training. Everything you need to register is available at