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Program 2018

2nd Annual GUILD Conference Program

TimeSunday (2/11/18)Monday (2/12/18)Tuesday (2/13/18)Wednesday (2/14/18)
8:15 AMIntro Starts 8:15 AM
7:30 – 8:30 AMBreakfast with Faculty:
Posters / Exhibits
Breakfast with Faculty:
Posters / Exhibits
Breakfast with Faculty:
Posters / Exhibits
Breakfast with Faculty:
Posters / Exhibits
8:30 – 9:20 AM

Questions: 9:20-9:30

Year in Review:
Recent developments in Ulcerative Colitis 
William J Sandborn, MD
Edward Loftus, MD
Year in Review:
Recent developments in Crohn’s Disease
David Rubin, MD
Adam Cheifetz, MD
Year in Review:
Recent Developments in Viral Hepatitis
Jordan Feld, MD
Norah Terrault, MD
TIME: 8:30 – 9:10 AM
Year in Review:

Therapies for IBS: Where are we today?
Mark Pimentel, MD
9:30 – 9:55 AM

Questions: 9:55-10:00

IBD  2018:
State of the Art:
What is the Target?: Clinical, Endoscopic or Histologic Remission
David Rubin, MD
Hot Topic:
Emerging Therapies in IBD
William Sandborn, MD
Hot Topic:
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: from Diagnosis to Treatment
Kris Kowdley, MD
TIME: 9:20 – 9:45 AM
How I do it:

Barrett’s Screening and Surveillance
Seth Gross, MD
10:00 – 10:20 AM

Questions: 10:20-10:25

How I do it:
What to do with Immuonomodulator and Biologic therapy in the patient with infection and Malignancy
Miguel Regueiro, MD
Outside the Box:
Skin Cancer and IBD: Risk of immunomodulators biologics before and after diagnosis of skin cancer
George Martin, MD
State of the Art:
2018: Approach to the Treatment of Complications of Cirrhosis
Lupe Garcia-Tsao, MD
TIME: 9:55 – 10:20 AM
Advances in GI:

The Modern Endoscopic Management of Difficult Upper and Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeds: New Tools and Techniques
Elizabeth Rajan, MD
10:25 – 11:00 AMBreak / ExhibitsBreak / ExhibitsBreak / ExhibitsBreak / Exhibits
11:00 – 11:40 AMAsk the Consultant:
The Rheumatologist on the Hot Seat answers burning questions about Joint concerns in IBD
Arthur Kavanaugh, MD
Fernando Velayos, MD
How I do it:
Management of IBD in the Older Patients
Uma Mahadevan, MD
How I do it:
The Inpatient Consultation for abnormal LFT’s
Norah Terrault, MD
Hot topic:
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth: Fact or Fiction?
Mark Pimentel, MD
11:40 AM – 12:20 PMHot Topic:
How to grade endoscopic and clinical severity of IBD in your daily practice
Fernando Velayos, MD
Hot Topic:
Managing Severe UC in the hospitalized patient
Edward Loftus, MD
At the Crossroads of GI and Liver:
The microbiome in Cirrhosis
Lupe Garcia-Tsao, MD


Novel Therapies for Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
Kris Kowdley, MD

Guidelines 2018:
Colon Cancer Screening and Surveillance: What you should be doing now
Seth Gross, MD
12:20 – 12:40 PMBreakBreakBreakBreak
12:40 – 1:30 PM

Lunch and Lecture

Improving Quality of Care:
Healthcare Maintenance in the patient with IBD: What every GI should know
Adam Cheifetz, MD
Improving Quality of Care:
The role of the Medical Home in IBD
Miguel Regueiro, MD
Improving Quality of Care:
Prevention and Management of Hepatitis B reactivation
Jordan Feld, MD
Improving Quality of Care:
Managing new anti-coagulants in elective (screening colonoscopy) and urgent (GI bleeding in high risk thromboembolic) patients
Elizabeth Rajan, MD
1:30 – 1:40 PMBreakBreakBreakMeeting Concludes
1:40 – 3:30 PM
Afternoon Workshops
Behind the Scenes at the FDA:
The Drug Approval Process – from Bench to Bedside
William J. Sandborn, MD
Cases with the Faculty:
Faculty will discuss cases presented by the moderator as well as by attendees.
Uma Mahadevan, MD
and all IBD faculty
Liver Cases with the Faculty
Norah Terrault, MD
and all Liver faculty
 
6:00 – 9:00 PMReception and Dinner
Under the Stars
 Reception and Dinner
Under the Stars
 

Activities

Breakfast and Breaks: Posters and Exhibits
At the breakfast session and at the breaks between sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to review poster presentations, interact with the authors, and view the exhibit area. Faculty will be in the breakfast area meeting informally with the attendees.

Session Descriptions

Year in Review.
Two speakers will have about 15 minutes each to present and defend their choice for the important papers/abstracts/news stories/etc. from the previous year on key topics. At the end, there will be 10 minutes available for audience Q&A and discussion.

“Outside the Box” and Special Seminars:
One speaker will cover a topic relevant to but perhaps outside of traditional gastroenterology topics. 30 minutes for lecture, 10 minutes for Q&A.

“How I do it” Seminar:
One speaker will cover a topic in gastroenterology from their expert personal perspective, supplemented by literature review, and presented in case format for 20 minutes with 10 minutes for Q&A.

Hot Topic
One speaker will cover a topic of particular relevance to gastroenterologists, presenting the latest evidence and recommendations. 20-30 minutes for lecture, 10 minutes for Q&A.

Guidelines
Review by leading expert, often an author, of society guidelines in a particular topic and how to implement them in your practice. 30 minute talk with 10 minutes for audience Q&A.

State of the Art
A thorough overview of current thought and management principles in the eld.

The Hot Seat
One faculty member presents cases to a faculty panel and to the audience to stimulate discussion on approaches to challenging cases.

Improving Quality of Care
Lectures will focus on application of Societal and National recommendations for quality measures in practice.

Panel Discussions:
All faculty and the audience members participate and give their assessment of and opinions on key topics in our eld.

Afternoon Workshops:
These 110 minute sessions will cover areas of special interest and provide technical review of a process or procedure. This will focus on techniques or interventions that you can take home to your practice.

Please Note: Speakers and sessions are subject to change.


Questions?

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