The 2018 Annual general Meeting and free public lecture will be held on Tuesday 19th June in the Lecture Theatre, South Academic Block, University Hospital Southampton between 6:00 and 8:00pm.

Programme (subject to alteration):

6:00 Welcome and straight into AGM Business matters including slightly extended chair address on ten years of BW.
The following are up for election or re-election as trustees of BW for the next 2 years:
Dr Phil Boger, Mark Stocker, Helen Richards Hall, David Kenny, Mary Kenny.
Jane Leedham and Chris Robinson are stepping down.
Members will vote on the above nominations.

6:30 Dr Humayun Muhammad, consultant gastroenterologist, Salisbury: Heartburn and its complications.

6:55 Sr Jun Wang, specialist practitioner nurse endoscopist: Identifying Barrett's Oesophagus, patient care.

7:20 Refreshment break

7:40 Question and Answer session (See below)

8:00 Close

Anyone wishing to learn more about the risks of ignoring persistent heartburn may attend, You do not need to register and the is no charge.

Voting. Members need to register on arrival and will receive a voting card.
If you are a member but unable to attend, you may vote by emailing or by post to Barrett's, 6 Braeside Crescent, SO19 7AZ marking the envelope VOTE.
N.B. votes cast this way will not be looked at before the day so please do not include any other material.

Everyone will receive an information pack. Please complete and hand in an evaluation form in return for a free car parking ticket.

Use the map below to locate the lecture theatre, marked X.
If you enter from the BLUE car park, accessed from the Coxford Road or Tremona Road site entrances, the route will be signposted. You will be entering the South Academic Block on Level A and need the stairs or lift up to Level B - the floor above.

Questions for the panel: To reduce time, we request questions in writing which may be done prior to the meeting by emailing or by post to Barrett's, 6 Braeside Crescent, Southampton, SO19 7AZ,
Question papers will also be provided in the delegate pack and, time permitting, questions from the floor will follow pre-notified questions.

Questions asked may be appended below, you may also see our frequently asked questions page.

Can PPIs cause gall stones?
Do PPIs cause Bile Reflux?