World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO)
Organisation mondiale de gastroentérologie (OMGE)
Organización Mundial de Gastroenterologia
Weltorganisation für Gastroenterologie
1935-08-10 Brussels Belgium
Founded 10 Aug 1935, Brussels (Belgium). Statutes modified: 28 May 1958, Washington DC (USA); May 1962, Munich (Germany FR); 1970, Copenhagen (Denmark); 1974, Mexico City (Mexico); 1978, Madrid (Spain); 1982, Stockholm (Sweden); 1998, Vienna (Austria); 2002, Bangkok (Thailand); 2005, Montréal QC (Canada); 2009, London (UK); 2013, Shanghai (China); 2015, Brisbane (Australia).
Promote awareness of the world wide prevalence and optimal care of digestive disorders through provision of high quality, accessible and independent education and training.
Events2023-11-15 | Seoul, Korea Rep – Biennial Congress
2021-12-12 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Biennial Congress
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