JANUARY 21 – 29 2021

@BritSocGastro #BSGCampus


Registration for BSG Campus is now open!

Registration FEES

Registration to BSG Campus includes:

Access to 40+ live and on demand sessions
Access to 45+ hours of conference live and on demand content
Access to the poster gallery featuring 445+ scientific posters
Meet with industry in the virtual exhibition
Network and connect through the online attendee hub
Post event access to session videos for four weeks post-event

Your delegate pass will only allow you to access the digital meeting platform and cannot be shared with colleagues or anyone else.

Payment is required upon registration. We accept Visa and Mastercard. All payments must be made in British Pounds (£). Payment by bank transfer will incur an additional administration fee of £25. Fees below are inclusive of VAT. 

*Please note that BSG Campus is not accessible to non-healthcare professionals or patients.


Registration Type


Consultant Member


Consultant Non Member


Concessionary Member

Including Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Physician Associates Clinical
and Non-Clinical Scientists, Gastrointestinal Physiologists and trainees


Concessionary Non-Member

Including Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Physician Associates Clinical
and Non-Clinical Scientists, Gastrointestinal Physiologists and trainees


Taster member

Junior doctors in the early years of their training (below ST3) and medical,
nursing or scientific students


International attendees from developing countries*


Honorary Member**


*International attendees from developing countries are defined by the World Bank. To check you are eligible please click here to review the current World Bank list of low-income and lower-middle income economies.

If you are a trainee from a developing country, please email bsg@conferencepartners.com to request a link to register as an international attendee, with a letter from your Trust confirming you have a training post. 

If you are a consultant from a developing country, we can offer free access to Campus when you join the BSG as an international member. Please click here to join the BSG. https://www.bsg.org.uk/become-a-member/

If you are already a BSG member from a developing country, please email bsg@conferencepartners.com with your BSG membership number to request a link to register as an international attendee.

 BSG reserves the right to request proof of residency or other corroborating information.

** Please email bsg@conferencepartners.com to request a link to register as an honorary member.


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To benefit from the Member Rates you will need to apply to be a member of the BSG. Please go to https://www.bsg.org.uk/become-a-member/ and complete the New Member online application. Your first membership subscription fee will need to be paid via debit/credit card and a direct debit mandate will need to be completed and returned to the BSG in order for your membership to be activated. If you do not complete this process you will be required to pay the full non-member registration rates before being allowed access to the BSG Campus.

If you need any further assistance with your membership application please contact membership@bsg.org.uk

By becoming a member of the British Society of Gastroenterology, you will experience a number of benefits, including: 

  • Significantly discounted and priority registration at BSG organised meetings
  • The opportunity to apply for prestigious awards and bursaries
  • Free journal subscription to leading publication(s) in the field
  • Access to the BSG website with it’s large repository of guidelines
  • Trainees benefit from heavily subsidised and priority registration at the annual BSG Trainees Education Weekend
  • Access to one of the largest medical gastroenterology and hepatology communities
  • Access to advice/guidance on working in the independent sector
  • ACCEA support
  • A voice for GI medicine within health policy, nationally and at regional level
  • Influence on policy
  • Monthly e-Newsletter outlining all the latest news in gastroenterology and hepatology

For further details on the advantages of BSG Membership please click here.
If you would like to join the BSG you can also complete the online application form here.


BSG Taster Membership

The Taster Membership is applicable for all medical trainees up to ST3, medical students, foundation doctors, nurse students and non-clinical students studying for further degrees (such as PhD’s). Benefits of this scheme include access to a tailored microsite on the BSG website, with educational content and an informal mentoring scheme. Taster Members can also register for the whole of the Annual Meeting for just £75 including VAT. If you have trainees below ST3, or non-clinical students studying for a further degree, who would be interested in Taster Membership please promote this scheme to them (cost is £15 per year) and encourage them to attend the Annual Meeting.

If you would like to join the BSG, please complete the online application form here.

Abstract submitters

All accepted BSG Campus presenting authors must register and pay by 25 November 2020 to be included in the conference programme.


Terms and conditions of registration

Registration cancellation policy

A full refund on the registration fee will be provided up to Wednesday 16 December 2020, no refund will be provided after this date.

If you pre-register and do not attend the conference you will be charged your participation fee.

Payment Policy

Payment can only be accepted by Visa or Mastercard.

Should you require payment by bank transfer an additional administration fee of £25 will be charged. Please email your request to bsg@conferencepartners.com.

Changes, substitutions and cancellations of registration

Notification of changes must be made in writing and sent to the BSG Delegate Services Team at BSG@conferencepartners.com. Substitutions/replacements can be made at any time up until one week before the event starts, 13 January 2021.

Code of Conduct

This Online Conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of delegates in any form. Inappropriate language and imagery are not acceptable to be included in presentations, workshops, networking forums and other online media. Conference delegates violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers.

Data Consent

By registering for this conference, delegates agree to the collection of contact and demographic information. This includes any information unique to the delegate that is available on the individual’s profile. Organisers will share limited information (name, title, organisation and country only) in the official delegate list.

By registering, delegates agree to the sharing of their contact information with other delegates for the purpose of participating in the question & answer, networking and meeting facilities available during the conference programme.

By registering for this conference, delegates consent to be recorded.

By registering your digital footprint (name, organisation, country and email address) will be shared when you visit an industry booth or download their information. From time to time these industry partners may contact you about their products and services, you can always rescind your consent through their privacy policy documents.

Accessing the virtual platform

How will I access the sessions and activities?
Before the start of the conference, you will gain access to an online platform where all sessions, activities and networking will take place. In this platform, you can fill out your profile, schedule meetings with partners and other delegates, and build your schedule of sessions and activities. You will receive personalised log in details to access this platform closer to the conference.

How long will the content be available for in the online conference platform?
You will have access to all content for four weeks post event. In this time, you can log in at any time to re-watch recordings and access resources, as well as retrieve any chats, messages and contact information you collected during the conference.

What technical requirements do I need to attend the virtual conference?
You will need:
• An internet connection: broadband wired or wireless
• PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone: we recommend you use a PC or Mac. If you participate using a tablet or smartphone, some of the break-out and networking features may have limited functionality, although watching sessions will work just fine.
• Webcam and microphone: we recommend using a headset with a built-in microphone
• The latest version of your preferred web browser: to make use of all the features in the online conference platform, use we recommend you use Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Edge. Please ensure you are using the most current version of your browser. The conference platform is very new and will not operate in older browsers.

When does the platform open?
The online conference platform will open on 18 January for the delegates to fill in their profile information. More information about how to access the platform will follow shortly.


Key Features


40+ hours of live and on-demand webinar sessions focusing
on the key areas of gastroenterology


A electronic poster gallery featuring 445+ posters which
will inspire you with new initiatives and research


A unique platform that connects you with your colleagues,
peers, and industry experts

Discover the programme

Read our extensive programme
and discover who is speaking.

Register for BSG Campus

Sign up for BSG Campus today and
start personalising your own agenda.