Dr Griffiths undertook Nurse Training in 1980 in the Royal Navy, which included work as a Casualty Nurse during the Falklands Conflict and running a sickbay in a large Naval Base. She started work in Endoscopy in 1990 and progressed to become a Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Endoscopist in 2000.

In addition to three endoscopy lists a week, Dr Griffiths works as a Nurse Consultant for Gastroenterology and is the National Nurse Advisor for the English Bowel Cancer Screening Programme. She also works as a Lead Assessor for the Joint Advisory Group (JAG) for Gastroenterology and decontamination advisor for the BSG.

She is Secretary of the Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology and sits on a number of BSG committees and working parties. Dr Griffiths is also an Endoscopy Trainer and Faculty on upper GI training courses and endoscopy masterclasses. She lectures nationally and internationally on a range of topics and has published widely in medical and nursing journals, including a book on the care and management of coeliac disease.

Dr Griffiths is married with two grown up daughters. She is a keen runner but never seems to be able to run away from work!


Gold Sponsor


Silver Sponsors




Bronze Sponsors










Further Information:

Please click here to view the sponsorship and exhibition prospectus for Endolive UK 2017.  Click here to view details of sponsored sessions at Endolive UK 2017.


About Us

The British Society of Gastroenterology is an organisation focused on the promotion of gastroenterology within the United Kingdom. Read more...