II National Emergency Course in Gastroenterology and Hepatology

HUESCA MAY 4-6, 2023


– Contribute to the training of the clinician in the management of the most frequent gastrointestinal emergencies.

– This course has among its objectives to be a vehicular course for the new training path sponsored by the AEG to promote clinical training of excellence (up to 90 university postgraduate credits at the end of the MIR training).


– Describe the most common gastrointestinal diseases in Hospital Emergency Services.

– Provide resources to carry out a cost-effective diagnosis.

– Provide therapeutic criteria based on the best available evidence.

– Promote clinical reasoning for the resolution of complex clinical scenarios.