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Join us in Vienna for the 17th Congress of ECCO, February 16-19, 2022!© SO/ Vienna - Gilles Trillard
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The scientific programme is structured around basic science, translational medicine and clinical sessions, given by some of
The educational programme of the 17th Congress of ECCO is scheduled prior to the official start of the ECCO Congress.
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The Journal of Crohn's and Colitis (JCC) continually strives to support the IBD Community through publication of the best original research
Over the past years, ECCO has successfully published a considerable number of Consensus Guidelines on important topics of IBD.
The work on guidelines resulted in a number of consensus conferences requiring more dedicated organisational work in that area and more planning for the future.
The ECCO e-Guide is a freely-accessible online platform for Healthcare Professionals in IBD, which aims to visualise the ECCO Guidelines as algorithms
The ECCO Educational Audio Podcasts comprise a series of audio recordings each dealing with a specific area of the management of patients
The mission of e-CCO is to improve the care of patients with IBD in all its aspects by providing a comprehensive package of education for all
The primary goal of ECCO Educational Workshops is to harmonise IBD practices within ECCO Country Members by presenting the practical
Learn more about Research Projects supported by ECCO
UR-CARE is designed for daily clinical practice and research studies and is available to study groups as well as to individual centres.
The United Registries for Clinical Assessment and Research (UR-CARE)platform is an online international registry capturing IBD patients' records in an easy and comprehensive way.