This course will focus on practical and evidence based aspects of managing dilemmas in gastroenterology and hepatology practice. This course will provide guidance to the attendees on diagnosing and managing challenging cases in clinical practice including esophageal diseases, liver disease, IBD, pancreatic diseases, morbid obesity and endoscopy. Each session will include didactic presentations followed by panel discussion about optimal approach to diagnosis and management of the presented topics. The course will also assist practicing physicians and other health care professionals in maintaining, developing, or increasing knowledge, competence and professional performance with the intent to improve patient care and reduce disease impact.
Roger Charles, MD
Bret Lashner, MD
Andrew Ukleja, MD
Gastroenterologists, hepatologists, general surgeons, internists, fellows and residents, physician assistants, and other interested health care professionals.
Benign and malignant diseases of the GI tract
Management of refractory IBD, chronic hepatitis and chronic pancreatitis
Medical and surgical management of acute pancreatitis
Advanced endoscopic procedures