49th Annual Gastroenterology Update: Case Management Issues
You Will Want To Attend This Session
Unique cases, in addition to the advances in diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, challenge GI practitioners to remain up-to-date on the most current data. This course addresses developments in research, clinical trials, techniques, and treatments, providing GI clinicians the opportunity to stay abreast of the information and interpret its impact on clinical practices, thus improving the quality of patient care.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for practicing physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners in gastroenterology, internal medicine, family practice, and gastrointestinal surgery.
Stay Current With These Objectives
- Summarize the state-of-the-art screening, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment techniques applicable to GI practice
- Provide an in-depth review and analysis of the most recently published research data on a variety of GI disorders and describe their clinical implications
- Review the most current evidence on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including evidence on Clostridium difficile infections
- Summarize controversies and evidence associated with fecal microbiota transplantation in IBD
- Describe new techniques and devices for endoscopy and describe evidence supporting their indications in clinical practice
- Select optimal practices and patient selection for endoscopic sedation and monitoring
- Summarize recent evidence on refractory gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) pathology and treatment, including surgical management
- Describe evidence supporting innovations in fine needle aspiration and its expanded clinical implications
- Assess and monitor quality of care initiatives for the GI patient