Oxford MasterClass 2016
17–21 SEPTEMBER 2016
EXAMINATION SCHOOLS, OXFORD
In 2016, the hugely popular and prestigious Oxford MasterClass is evolving. The MasterClass will return to the wonderful setting of the Examination Schools, Oxford University, but this year will be part of a hatrick:
- Very Early Onset (VEO)-IBD (Sat–Sun, 17–18 Sep), a symposium chaired by Professor Holm Uhlig for international paediatric gastroenterologists, scientists and geneticists
- IBD MasterClass (Mon–Tue, 19–20 Sep), this year focusing on early IBD, and chaired by Professor Simon Travis
- Endoscopy in IBD MasterClass (Tue–Wed, 20–21 Sep), an inaugural workshop of lectures and live demonstrations of state-of the-art endoscopy techniques, run by Dr James East
The MasterClass will bring together a distinguished international Faculty and around 250 attendees over the five-day meeting, providing you with the opportunity to learn from and engage closely with leading experts and rising stars in the field of IBD, within the historically established academic environment that is Oxford.
For delegates staying overnight, we are delighted to offer accommodation at Balliol, St. Edmund’s, Magdalen or University College – an Oxford experience not to be missed. Alternatively, should you wish to stay at a hotel please contact the Malmaison Hotel directly.
We hope that you will seize this unique opportunity to attend one of the best clinical science meetings of the year.
Spaces are limited, so visit the OMC registration site to book your place as soon as possible.
The MasterClass 2016 was granted accreditation by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) provide the following CME activity for medical specialists. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists
‘Very early onset IBD: genetics, immunology and patient care’ is designated for a maximum of 8 hours of European external CME credits.
‘Early IBD: The clinical science of IBD in practice’ is designated for a maximum of 9 hours of European external CME credits.
‘Endoscopy in IBD: chromoendoscopy and scoring' is designated for a maximum of 6 hours of European external CME credits.