7th Annual GUILD Conference Program

Gastroenterology Updates IBD and Liver Disease 2023 Program

Guild Conference 2023

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

Saturday February 18, 2023

  • 3:30 pm: Introduction: Fernando Velayos, MD
  • 3:35 – 4:05 pm: Introduction to IBD: Diagnosis and Prognosis – Maia Kayal, MD
  • 4:05 – 4:35 pm: Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease: Medical Management – Ashwin Ananthakrishnan, MD
  • 4:35 – 5:10 pm: Case Studies in IBD: Applying what we learned – Fernando Velayos, MD
  • 5:10 – 5:45 pm: All about NAFLD – Norah Terrault, MD
  • 5:45 – 6:00 pm: Questions
  • 6:00 – 7:15 pm: Networking Reception for NP/PA

Time (HST) Sunday (2/19/23) Monday (2/20/23) Tuesday (2/21/23) Wednesday (2/22/23)
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
Millie Long, MD

Year in Review:
Chronic Liver Diseases

 

Stephen Harrison, MD
Elliott Tapper, MD

Year in Review:
Ulcerative Colitis

 

David Rubin, MD
Fernando Velayos, MD

Year in Review:
Best Papers in Gastroenterology 2022

 

Prateek Sharma, MD
Ikuo Hirano, MD

9:30 – 10:00 AM

Questions: 10:00-10:05

Hot Topic:
Acute Severe Ulcerative Colitis

 

Peter Higgins, MD

Hot Topic:
Portosinusoidal vascular disease (PSVD): What is it and why GIs need to know about it!

 

Lupe Garica Tsao, MD

Improving Quality of Care:
An Evidenced Based Approach to Incorporating Diet and Nutrition in IBD

 

Ashwin Ananthakrishnan, MD

Hot Topic:
Management of Refractory GERD

 

Abraham Kahn, MD

10:05-10:35 AM

Questions:
10:35-10:40

How I Do It:
Medical-Surgical Conundrums in IBD

 

Miguel Regueiro, MD

State of the Art:
NAFLD: Diet, Exercise and Repurposed Drugs

 

Stephen Harrison, MD

Consultant Hot Seat:
The Dermatologist

 

George Martin, MD

Guidelines:
Eosinophilic Esophagitis

 

Ikuo Hirano, MD

10:40 – 11:10 AM Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits

11:10 – 11:40 AM

Questions: 11:40-11:45

Consultant Hot Seat:
The Rheumatologist

 

Arthur Kavanaugh, MD

Hot Seat:
Starting and Stopping Hepatitis B Therapy

 

Norah Terrault, MD

Out of the Box:
Use of Artificial Intelligence in IBD

 

Peter Higgins, MD

Clinical Pearls:
A primer on esophageal manometry: Diagnosis and Management of Motility Disorders

 

Abraham Kahn, MD

11:45 AM – 12:20 PM

Questions: 12:20-12:25

State of the Art:
Data Based Algorithms to Select IBD Therapy for your Patient

 

David Rubin, MD

Clinical Pearls:
The Who, When and How of Beta Blocker Use in Cirrhosis:

 

Lupe Garcia Tsao, MD

State of the Art:
Detection and Prevention of Cancer in IBD

 

Millie Long, MD

Improving Quality of Care:
Management of Barrett’s Esophagus. Are we scoping too much?

 

Prateek Sharma, MD

12:25 – 12:45 PM Break Break Break Break

12:45 – 1:20 PM
“Lunch & Lecture”

 

Questions: 1:20-1:30

Advances:
Intestinal Ultrasound for assessment of IBD Disease Activity

 

Maia Kayal, MD

How I do It:
Tips on Managing Symptoms of Chronic Liver Disease: fatigue, cramps, itch, sleep, sex

 

Elliott Tapper, MD

Hot Topic:
Small Molecules – when, where and how?

 

Edward Loftus, MD

Ask the Consultant:
Challenging Cases in Esophageal Disease:

 

All Esophagus Faculty

1:30 – 3:30 PM
Afternoon Workshops

Cases with the Faculty:
Case Based IBD Review

 

Uma Mahadevan, MD and IBD Faculty

Liver Jeopardy:

Norah Terrault, MD and all Liver Faculty

Quick Shots:

• Difficult to manage J pouch (20m)
Maia Kayal, MD

• Crohn’s Strictures (20m)
Miguel Regueiro, MD

• Management of C. dificile/IBD (20m)
Ashwin Ananthakrishnan, MD

• Questions to the Faculty

Meeting Closure
Welcome Reception & Dinner: 6pm-9pm

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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