SYMPOSIA
Disease State
IDA

Gi News Tonight: Managing Iron Deficiency Anemia in IBD

Christoph Gasche, MD, AGAF, Gary R. Lichtenstein, MD, Stephen B. Hanauer, MD (Chair), Bruce E. Sands, MD, Corey A. Siegel, MD, MS

Recorded CME Event

IBD

Trial By Jury: Clinical Judgements in IBD

Russell D. Cohen, MD, FACG, AGAF, Gary R. Lichtenstein, MD, Bruce E. Sands, MD, Thomas Ullman, MD and Edward V. Loftus, Jr., MD

Recorded CME Event

IBD

Gi News Tonight: Case Discussions on Functional GI and Motility Disorders

Lawrence Schiller, MD, Lin Chang, MD, Mark Pimentel, MD and Philip Schoenfeld, MD

Recorded Event

IBS
Archived Symposia Broadcast

Xpert Perspectives from DDW: Reporting on FGIDs

Recorded CME Event

Anthony Lembo, MD, Mark Pimentel, MD and Nicholas Talley, MD

IBS
 

Great Debates in Functional GI Disorders: Discussing the Clinical Implications of Fecal Incontinence and IBS

Recorded Educational Event

Brooks Cash, MD; Lin Chang, MD; Philip Schoenfeld, MD; William D.Chey, MD. Mark Pimentel, MD

IBS

Gi News Tonight: Clinical Updates in IBS

Recorded Educational Event

Nicholas Talley, MD; William Chey, MD; Lin Chang, MD; Mark Pimentel, MD; Philip Schoenfeld, MD

IBS

Prime Time Live: The Clinical Implications of IBS

Nicholas Talley, MD; William Chey, MD; Lin Chang, MD; Mark Pimentel, MD; Philip Schoenfeld, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

The primary goal of this CME symposium is to examine how to effectively target appropriate treatment to patients with IBS based on subtype and the most recent clinical evidence.

IBD

Trial by Jury: Clinical Judgements in IBD

Recorded Educational Event

IBD

Advances in IBD 2010 Charting a New Course: A Journey in the Long-Term Management of IBD

Recorded Educational Event

IBD

Advances in IBD 2009 Managing IBD in an Era of Personalized Medicine

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

Many questions remain regarding how to target intensive treatment to appropriate patients with IBD to optimize benefits, minimize risks, and minimize costs. This highly informative webcast will answer those questions.

IBS

Trial by Jury: Examining the ACG Position Statement on the Management of IBS

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

This interactive symposium will provide an opportunity to examine the recent American College of Gastroenterology position statement on the management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The goal of the program is to determine if there is enough evidence to support these statements as updated management guidelines for clinicians.

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Trial by Jury: Clinical Judgements in IBD

Recorded Educational Event

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Advances in IBD 2010 Charting a New Course: A Journey in the Long-Term Management of IBD

Maria T. Abreu, MD; David G. Binion, MD; Scott Plevy, MD; Ellen J. Scherl, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

The primary goal of this CME symposium is to examine how to effectively target appropriate treatment to patients with IBD based on subtype and the most recent clinical evidence.

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Advances in IBD 2009 - Managing IBD in an Era of Personalized Medicine

Stephen B. Hanauer, MD; Maria T. Abreu, MD; Edward Loftus, MD; Scott Plevy, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

Many questions remain regarding how to target intensive treatment to appropriate patients with IBD to
optimize benefits, minimize risks, and minimize costs. This highly informative webcast will answer
those questions.

Xpert Perspectives from DDW: Reporting on FGIDs

Anthony Lembo, MD, Mark Pimentel, MD and Nicholas Talley, MD

Recorded CME Event

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Great Debates in Functional GI Disorders: Discussing the Clinical Implications of Fecal Incontinence and IBS

Brooks Cash, MD; Lin Chang, MD; Philip Schoemfeld, MD; William D.Chey, MD. Mark Pimental, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Gi News Tonight: Clinical Updates in IBS

Nicholas Talley, MD; William Chey, MD; Lin Chang, MD; Mark Pimentel, MD; Philip Schoenfeld, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Trial by Jury: Examining the ACG Position Statement on the Management of IBS

Stephen B. Hanauer, MD; Maria T. Abreu, MD; Edward Loftus, MD; Scott Plevy, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

This interactive symposium will provide an opportunity to examine the recent American College of Gastroenterology position statement on the management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The goal of the program is to determine if there is enough evidence to support these statements as updated management guidelines for clinicians.

Prime Time Live: The Clinical Implications of IBS

Nicholas Talley, MD; William Chey, MD; Lin Chang, MD; Mark Pimentel, MD; Philip Schoenfeld, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

The primary goal of this CME symposium is to examine how to effectively target appropriate treatment to patients with IBS based on subtype and the most recent clinical evidence.

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Trial by Jury: Clinical Judgements in IBD

Recorded Educational Event

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Advances in IBD 2010 Charting a New Course: A Journey in the Long-Term Management of IBD

Maria T. Abreu, MD; David G. Binion, MD; Scott Plevy, MD; Ellen J. Scherl, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

The primary goal of this CME symposium is to examine how to effectively target appropriate treatment to patients with IBD based on subtype and the most recent clinical evidence.

Archived Symposia Broadcasts

Advances in IBD 2009 - Managing IBD in an Era of Personalized Medicine

Stephen B. Hanauer, MD; Maria T. Abreu, MD; Edward Loftus, MD; Scott Plevy, MD

Recorded Educational Event

Program Overview

Many questions remain regarding how to target intensive treatment to appropriate patients with IBD to
optimize benefits, minimize risks, and minimize costs. This highly informative webcast will answer
those questions.

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