7:45-8:00 am Welcome and Introductory Comments
Session I – Updates in Colorectal Cancer Prevention
Moderator: Swati Patel, MD
8:00-8:20 am Optimizing Colorectal Cancer Screening Quality
8:20-8:40 am Non-Invasive Colorectal Cancer Screening Options: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?
8:40-9:00 am Panel Discussion
9:00-9:20 am Break
Session II– Updates in Therapeutic Endoscopy
Moderator: Steven Edmundowicz, MD
9:20-9:40 am Leaks, Fistulas, Strictures: Can We Avoid Surgery?
9:40-10:00 am Tackling the Difficult Polyp
10:00-10:20 am Management of Recurrent Acute Pancreatitis
10:20-10:40 am Bariatric Endoscopy Options in Patients with Weight Re-Gain After Bariatric Surgery
10:40-11:00 am Panel Discussion
11:00-11:45 am Lunch Break
Session III – High-Yield Topics in Luminal Gastroenterology
Moderator: Swati Patel, MD
11:45 am–12:05 pm Practical Approach to Chronic Constipation and IBS-C
12:05-12:25 pm De-escalation of Medical Therapy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: When and in Whom to Consider?
12:25-12:45 pm H. Pylori Testing, Treatment, and Eradication: Why it Matters and How to Get it Done!
12:45-1:05 pm Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth: When to Think of it and What to Do
1:05-1:25 pm Panel Discussion
1:25-2:00 pm Networking and Cocktail Break
Session IV – Hot Topics in Hepatology
Moderator: Amanda Wieland, MD
2:00-2:20 pm Updates in Non-Invasive Evaluation of Liver Fibrosis
2:20-2:40 pm Eliminating Disparities in Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Can We Get There?
2:40-3:00 pm Liver Donor Scarcity: Expanding the Donor Pool
3:00-3:20 pm Women’s Health in Chronic Liver Disease: A Case Based Approach
3:20-3:40 pm Panel Discussion
3:40-3:45 pm Closing Remarks
Course Directors: Swati Patel and Amanda Wieland
3:45 pm Adjourn
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