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Program 2021

5th Annual GUILD Conference Program

Gastroenterology Updates IBD and Liver Disease 2021 Program


GUILD BOOTCAMP: Back to Basics (All Registered Attendees Welcome)

Saturday February 13, 2021 – Registration from 2 PM to 6 PM

  • 3:30 pm: Introduction
  • 3:35 – 4:05 pm: Introduction to IBD: Diagnosis and Prognosis- Aline Charabaty
  • 4:05 – 4:35 pm: Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease: Medical Management – Michael Kattah
  • 4:35 – 5:10 pm: Case Studies in IBD: Applying what we learned – Fernando Velayos
  • 5:10 – 5:45 pm: Hepatitis C – diagnosis, management and monitoring – Norah Terrault
  • 5:45 – 6:00 pm: Questions
  • 6:00 – 7:15 pm Networking Reception for NP/PA
Time Sunday (2/14/21) Monday (2/15/21) Tuesday (2/16/21) Wednesday (2/17/21)
7:30 – 8:30 AM Breakfast with faculty:
Posters / Exhibits
(Intro starts 8:15 am)
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:
Crohns Disease
.
Edward Loftus, MD
William Sandborn, MD
Year in Review:
Diseases of the Liver
.
Hashem El-Serag, MD
Lupe Garcia-Tsao, MD
Year in Review:
Ulcerative Colitis
.
David Rubin, MD
Fernando Velayos, MD
Year in Review:
Colon Cancer
.
David Lieberman, MD
Doug Corley, MD
9:30 – 10:00 AM

Questions: 10:00-10:05

Guidelines:
IBD Cancer Prevention
.
David Rubin, MD
State of the Art:
NAFLD – What Diet, What Exercise, What else?
.
Manal Abdelmalak, MD
Hot Topic:
Pregnancy and IBD
.
Uma Mahadevan, MD
Guidelines:
Gastric Intestinal Metaplasia Screening and Surveillance
.
Aasma Shaukat, MD
10:05 – 10:35 AM

Questions: 10:35-10:40

How I Do It:
Assessing IBD in Clinical Practice – Biomarkers, Endoscopy, Histology
.
Miguel Regueiro, MD
Hot Seat:
Hepatitis B – when to treat and when to stop
.
Norah Terrault, MD
Ask the Consultant:
Biologics and Small Molecules in Dermatology: What every GI should know
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George Martin MD
State of the Art:
Barrett’s Esophagus Screening, Surveillance and Management
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Doug Corley, MD
10:40 – 11:10 AM Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits
11:10 – 11:40 AM

Questions: 11:40-11:45

Ask the Consultant:
Biologic and Small Molecule therapy in Rheumatology: Lessons Learned
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Arthur Kavanaugh, MD
How I do it:
Approach to Variceal bleeding: from prevention to managing endoscopic failures
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Lupe Garcia Tsao, MD
Out of the Box:
Cannabis, FMT and Diet: What is the Evidence?
.
Millie Long, MD
Ask the Consultant:
HCC: Epidemiology to screening to Management
.
Hashem El-Serag, MD
11:45 AM – 12:20 PM

Questions: 12:20-12:25

State of the Art:
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring: When, What and Why?
.
Millie Long, MD
State of the Art:
NASH – Drug Therapies are Here – Who and How to Use Them
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Manal Abdelmalak, MD
State of the Art:
Management of the Post-Operative Patient
.
Miguel Regueiro, MD
Improving Quality of Care:
Quality indicators for colonoscopy and how to improve them
.
David Lieberman, MD
12:25 – 12:45 PM Break Break Break Break
12:45 – 1:20 PM

Questions: 1:20-1:30

Lunch and Lecture

Improving Quality of Care:
Transitioning the Adolescent Patient: What every Adult GI should know
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Michael Kattah, MD
Improving Quality of Care:
Pregnancy in Patients with Chronic Liver Disease
.
Norah Terrault, MD
Hot Topic:
Positioning of Therapy in IBD
.
William Sandborn, MD
Advances in GI:
Endoscopic Removal of Polyps: The Big, the Bleeding and the Malignant
.
Aasma Shaukat, MD
1:30 – 3:30 PM
Afternoon Workshops
Cases with the Faculty:
Case Based IBD Review
.
Uma Mahadevan, MD and IBD faculty
Liver Jeopardy:
Case based liver review
.
Norah Terrault, MD and all Liver faculty
And Now for Something Totally Different:
• Checkpoint Inhibitor Colitis: Who, What, Why and How to Treat
.
Michael Kattah MD
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• Obesity and the patient with IBD: Overlap and Complications
.
Edward Loftus, MD
Meeting Closure
         

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 new relevance to gastroenterologists, presenting the latest evidence, recommendations, etc. 20-30 minutes for lecture, 10 minutes for Q&A.

Guidelines:
Review by leading expert, an often 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.

Ask the Consultant:
A gastroenterologist will be able to present short, common cases to a non-GI specialist for their practical advice. This year, we will quiz a rheumatologist on disease and drug related arthralgias and rheumatic events in IBD.

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

Advances:
Talks will address both technologic and therapeutic advances in topic areas.

Improving Quality of Care:
“Quality” is a buzzword in medicine today. This series addresses specific topics where providers can troubleshoot and improve their patient care.

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

Afternoon Workshops:
These 110 minute sessions will cover practical issues relevant to the clinic. The format will be hands on or video, with subjects, supplemented by a lecture and discussion, with the goal of allowing clinicians to learn about novel techniques or participate in complex case discussion.


Questions?

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