Johns Hopkins Medicine will be hosting a conference to cover advances in endoscopy, gastroenterology and hepatology Saturday, March 13.
This one-day activity will provide an update on a wide range of topics of interest to the those in the endoscopy profession. Rapid advances are being made in the understanding of the pathophysiology, natural history and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and liver. This course will offer practitioners a comprehensive overview of recent, cutting-edge advancements in gastroenterology and hepatology.
Particular areas of focus will be advanced endoscopic techniques, GI neoplasms, pancreatico-biliary pathology, liver diseases, hepatobiliary malignancies and liver transplantation.
This activity is intended for gastroenterologists, general surgeons, family physicians, internists, endoscopy nurses, endoscopy technicians and physicians interested in GI and liver disease.
- Describe the role of endoscopy in the management of duodenal polyps.
- Summarize the role of Artificial Intelligence in endoscopy.
- Outline current progress in endoscopic management of Barrett esophagus with dysplasia.
- Recognize and describe the role of microbiome in GI disorders.
- Identify issues associated with COVID 19 impact on Endoscopy units.
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