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New Insights into the Recognition and Management of FGIMDs

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of FGIMDs into their day-to-day clinical practices.

IBD
Xpert Perspectives from DDW 2015: Reporting on IBD

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

IBD
THE GI SUMMIT

The GI Summit is a regional symposium series that targets gastroenterologists, primary care providers, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, allied healthcare professionals and managed care decision makers involved in the treatment and management of GI disorders.

IBD
Xpert Perspectives from DDW 2014: Reporting on IBD

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

FI
Xpert Perspectives from DDW 2014: Reporting on Fecal Incontinence

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of Fecal Incontinence into their day-to-day clinical practices.

Xpert Perspectives from DDW 2015: Reporting on IBD

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

Xpert Perspectives from ACG 2014: Reporting on IBD

ACG is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

Xpert Perspectives from DDW 2014: Reporting on IBD

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

IBD Xpert Perspectives DDW 2013

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

Gut Microbes: Role in Health and GI Related Disorders

In this supplement, the importance of gut microflora in human health and disease is examined. Emphasis is placed on novel topics with recent discoveries that will guide the future of this area. Yet, it is important to remember that we have a symbiotic relationship with our gut colonists. For Charles Darwin once stated, "In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed." Please click on the selection to view the entire supplement.

IBS Xpert Perspectives DDW 2013

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, well over 100 abstracts were presented on irritable bowel syndrome alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate these advances in the diagnosis and management of irritable bowel syndrome into their day-to-day clinical practices.

Gut Microbes: Role in Health and GI Related Disorders

In this supplement, the importance of gut microflora in human health and disease is examined. Emphasis is placed on novel topics with recent discoveries that will guide the future of this area. Yet, it is important to remember that we have a symbiotic relationship with our gut colonists. For Charles Darwin once stated, "In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed." Please click on the selection to view the entire supplement.

IBD Xpert Perspectives DDW 2013

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed; in fact, hundreds of abstracts were presented on inflammatory bowel disease alone. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease into their day-to-day clinical practices.

Gut Microbes: Role in Health and GI Related Disorders

In this supplement, the importance of gut microflora in human health and disease is examined. Emphasis is placed on novel topics with recent discoveries that will guide the future of this area. Yet, it is important to remember that we have a symbiotic relationship with our gut colonists. For Charles Darwin once stated, "In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed." Please click on the selection to view the entire supplement.

Xpert Perspectives: Fecal Incontinence at DDW 2014

Digestive Disease Week is among the premier international meetings in gastroenterology. As such, an abundance of cutting-edge data that has a direct impact on current and future practice is presented and discussed. However, the information presented at this meeting often requires contextualization, extensive interpretation, and analysis before integration into clinical practice. After participating in this activity, participants will be better prepared to integrate the most recent advances in the diagnosis and management of Fecal Incontinence into their day-to-day clinical practices

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