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Benefits of Membership

Keep up to date with the latest national data, guidelines and policy developments via the twice yearly newsletter and interim email circulars.

Preferential annual scientific meeting booking rate – a saving in excess of the membership subscription.

Access to the library of BGCS webinars via the members section of the website.

Regular BGCS virtual journal clubs accessed on the BGCS webinar platform.

Serve on council or as a subgroup member (IT, commissioning, training, professional development, guidelines and non-surgical oncology).

Be invited to participate in surveys and working groups shaping the future of the subspecialty.

Participate in BGCS professional development courses including Human factors training, Training supervisors update, annual trainees meeting and enjoy preferential access to surgical training courses including bowel anastomosis, laparoscopic PA nodes and cytoreductive surgery.

Ensure the subspecialty remains a robust and representative voice of all those practicing within the field in the UK.