Updates in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 2014- CME/Physician Program
Updates in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Continuing Medical Education Program
This program is for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and researchers interested in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. The presentations will be given by researchers and clinicians that are experts in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Please see below for the complete agenda and event information.
Saturday, March 22, 2014
8:00 am - 3:00 PM
Emory Conference Center Hotel- 1615 Clifton Road NE-Atlanta-GA-30329
Salon 3 on Ground Floor
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8:00 Welcome And Introduction- Dr. Subra Kugathasan, Emory University Children's Center
8:10 Quality Of Care In Inflammatory Bowel Diseases- Dr. Millie Long, University of North Carolina School of Medicine
8:40 Optimizing Biologic Therapy: Maximizing Benefit And Minimizing Risk- Dr. Edward Loftus, Mayo Clinic
9:15 Debate: What Should Be The Endpoint In Therapy?
Pro: Tanvi Dhere: The Only Endpoint Of Therapy That Matter Are Clinical Symptoms And Quality Of Life
Con: Cary Sauer: The Only Endpoints Of Therapy That Matter Are Mucosal Healing And Normal Blodd Work
10:15 Break/Visit Exhibits
10:30 Surgery Updates In Inflammatory Bowel Diseases- Dr. Bo Shen, Cleveland Clinic
11:00 Psychosocial Evaluation And Assessment In Inflammatory Bowel Diseases- Dr. Eva Szigethy, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
11:45 Lunch- Dining Room
12:45 Does Fecal Microbiota Transplantation Have A Role In The Treatment of IBD?- Dr. Sachin Kunde, Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
1:15 Difficult Patient Management Decisions In Crohn's Disease: Case Studies- Dr. Cary Sauer, Emory University Childrens' Center + Audience Participation
1:45 Difficult Patient Management Decisions In Ulcerative Colitis: Case Studies- Dr. David Weinstein, Metro Atlanta Gastroenterology + Audience Participation
2:15 Case Study Discussion- Drs. Kugathasan, Long and Dhere
For more information please contact Mary Esns-Ashari, Director of Education and Support, at the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-982-0616.
Emory Conference Center and Hotel
1615 Clifton Road Northeast, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30329, USA Salon 3- Ground Level
Atlanta, GA, 30329
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