Liverpool Pancreatic Forum 2022

3rd May 2022

On the 17th June 2022, the Liverpool Pancreatic Forum will return in-person for the first time since COVID-19.

Guts UK were delighted to hear that the Liverpool Pancreatic Forum group were returning for their 7th National Forum Day in-person. The Liverpool Pancreatic Forum group meets each year at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital Education Centre. It is a fantastic opportunity to discover the latest research into pancreatic disease (e.g. pancreatitis, pancreatic exocrine insufficiency and pancreatic cancer). You can also hear more about mental health, diet and Guts UK’s Pancreatitis Priority Setting Partnership development. It is also your chance to meet other people and families affected by pancreatic diseases, connect up and support one-another.

Lunch will be provided on the day. Social distancing measures will most likely be in place on the day and masks are to be worn unless exempt.

Due to COVID, there may be limited numbers able to attend in person. To attend, contact:

Or to register your interest in accessing live-streamed sessions, email:

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