LAHORE - The three-day postgraduate course 'Gastroenterology and Hepatology has come to an end at the King Edward Medical University (KEMU). The course was conducted to celebrate the 150 years of excellence of the University. Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami was the chief guest on the first day. He applauded the doctors for their valued contributions and praised the senior doctors for encouraging the PG trainees. He also distributed shields among the members of organising committee. The objective of this conference was to educate the doctors and aware the people regarding the prevalence of Hepatitis B & C, gastroi-ntestinal problems of the patients and their complications. More than five hundred doctors from across the country took part in this postgraduate course. On the first day, audio-visual endoscopy workshop was held for the first time in KEMU. During the workshop, the guests talked about essentials of endoscopy and other issues related to upper and lower GI bleeding. The organising committee comprised Prof Irshad Hussain, Prof Aftab Mohsin, Dr Shahid Sarwar, Dr Bilal, Dr Sandeep Raj Kunwar, Dr Rabia, Dr Nasir Butt and Dr Asif. Maqbool, Dr Naeem, Dr Shahzad, and Dr Kashif. Other major guests who graced the event included KEMU Vice-Chancellor Prof Zafarullah Khan, Mayo Hospital MS Dr Zahid Perviaz, Prof Anwaar A Khan and others.