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Nutrition Support Blog: Upcoming CME Opportunity

Posted by SF8N at Mar 24, 2015 02:35 PM |

Several of our team members and colleagues will be presenting at an upcoming Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunity presented by the University of Virginia.  The target audience is physicians, nurse practitioners, and physicians assistants, but it is open to all disciplines. 

The Friday afternoon session will focus on Nutrition Support.  Topics will include Parenteral Nutrition for the Gastroenterologist, Feeding the Patient with Pancreatitis, Micronutrient Concerns after Gastric Bypass, Managing the Short Bowel Patient, and Enteral Nutrition Troubleshooting. 

Saturday session will cover a variety of Liver Disease and Gastroenterology topics.

10th UVA Annual Conference of Liver Disease and Gastroenterology

May 29-30, 2015

Info available at:  Liver and Gastroenterology CME conference

Description:  This continuing medical education course is designed for general and community based gastroenterology physicians, general, internal medicine and family medicine physicians, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners.  This year’s course will cover topics from a nutritional focus in GI patients (Friday afternoon). On Saturday we will focus on autoimmune hepatitis, the use of an EMR in a GI practice, Barrett’s, pancreatic cysts, ERCP in altered anatomy, Hepatitis C therapies, variceal management, surgical issues in cirrhosis, fecal transplant, and difficult polyp cases.

Please share this information with any colleagues that may be interested!



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