The Great Britain and Ireland Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association (GBIHPBA) was founded in 2010 as a constitutional branch within AUGIS.

Membership of GBIHPBA is open to all members of AUGIS with a declared interest in Hepato Pancreato Biliary (HPB) disease.
GBIHPBA is affiliated to E-AHPBA as a national chapter. LEARN MORE »

Message from the President

4th GBIHPBA Scientific Meeting 2018

Dear colleagues and friends,

The 4th GBIHPBA biennial meeting is almost upon us and we thought we would outline the thinking behind this years’ event. Building on the success of the previous meetings, helped by the excellent venue in Leamington Spa we have heeded the feedback and comments from previous events and retained the overall format while addressing emerging issues.

HPB surgery has changed dramatically over the last twenty years and new technologies and drugs have heralded a new era where we are moving steadily towards tailored medicine. This is a great opportunity to share knowledge and experience and recognise these changes with the increasing demands they place on trainees and trainers. It is also important to understand the issues that the increasing complexity of modern medicine and the consequent burgeoning choices poses for patients and include them at every stage as we go forwards. We have reflected these issues in this years’ programme and in addition to the outstanding keynote lectures there are sessions devoted to; Read More


 4th GBIHPBA Scientific Meeting

15 – 16 March, 2018

The 4th GBIHPBA Scientific Meeting will take place at Chesford Grange Hotel, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.


View the GBIHPBA 2018 Website

Registration is OPEN!


Registration includes one nights’ accommodation (15th March) and the GBIHPBA Gala Dinner.  

The GBIHPBA Scientific Programme has been awarded 11CPD points 




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Research priorities in HPB

Please complete the following survey aimed at identifying research priorities in Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary surgery –

This study is supported by the GBIHPBA committee.

Following the collation of round 1 responses, a further two rounds will be performed through the GBIHPBA membership for prioritisation scoring. It is hoped that the final list of prioritised research questions will inform the direction of HPB surgery over the coming years.

Contact the project lead with any queries or to request the study protocol at

HPB Delphi Steering Group
Mr Stephen Knight
Mr Samir Pathak
Mr Jonathan Rees
Mr Philip Whelan
Mr Ewen Harrison
Mr Mark Taylor