MONDAY SESSION 20/20 vision in robotics 9/3/20

Our next monday session will be focused on robotic surgery in ORSI Melle on march 9, 2020



Marocco congress 2018

Dear Colleagues, The next annual congress of the Royal Moroccan Society of Surgery will be held in Marrakesh from 19th to 21th of April 2018. As each year, they kindly invite Belgian speakers through the BGES to join them. There will be two plenary sessions dedicated to the place of laparoscopy in abdominal emergencies and […]

Laparoscopic suturing Course – September 29, 2017

Suturing is a basic surgical skill.  Laparoscopic suturing however is a technique that proves challenging to master, certainly in the early years of surgical training. The “Laparoscopic suturing course” has been integrated in the laparoscopic training courses of the Belgian Group of Endoscopic Surgery (BGES) and precedes other workshops on animal and cadaver models. Course […]

Monday session Saint Jean 2/10/2017

New financial challenges facing surgeons in 2017   Belgium is facing one of the biggest reforms in the healthcare sector now. A shift to ambulatory surgery and bundled payments will be a daily concern for tomorrow’s hospitals. More than ever surgeons and health care providers should be proactive in the definition of the new rules […]

feedback morroccan congress 2017

The annual congress of the Royal Moroccan Society of Surgery was held from 20th to 22th of April 2017 in Marrakech and the implication of BGES was one more time very welcomed. As usual, it was a full programme, with outstanding keynote lectures, symposia, video surgery, and educational programme. It was also a very nice […]

Monday session Lier June 19, 2017

Dear Colleagues, Technology is and will be a growing part of our surgical practice, whether we like it or not. The BGES is glad to offer you a glimpse into the future of surgery for it’s next Monday session. We are proud to present you a refreshing set of presentations by speakers who are working […]

TAMIS course 2017

It’s our pleasure to invite you to the first BGES TAMIS course. This course is organized together with and endorsed by Applied medical. The evolution of minimally invasive surgery has also impacted on transanal surgery. Semi-flexible transanal platforms have been developed and replaced the more rigid transanal platforms gradually. This course aims to give a combination […]


In collaboration with the BAST, the BGES organizes its last video session of the year in hopital Erasme on December 19. Videos from 10 different surgical trainees from 10 different hospitals have been selected among numerous submissions. The program will be preceded by a walking dinner and followed by a voting session where the best […]