Gastroenterology CE Activities

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When the Patient Voice is Heard in Education, Does the Clinican Listen? Dual Track Patient/Provider Education in IBD Incorporating Patients as Learners and Faculty

The Gastroenterology Learner Pathway in IBD: An Outcomes-Based Iterative Approach to IBD Education Using Advanced Analytics and Predictive Modeling to Sustain Behavioral Change

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  • Pediatric Achalasia October 28, 2021
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  • Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis — Opportunities and Challenges October 21, 2021
    Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), the progressive form of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, has superseded hepatitis C as the main cause of cirrhosis and the main reason for liver transplantation. Contrary to hepatitis C, a liver-specific disorder caused by a single etiologic agent, NASH is a…
  • A Randomized, Controlled Trial of the Pan-PPAR Agonist Lanifibranor in NASH October 21, 2021
    Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a condition that results from a combination of adipose-tissue insulin resistance, adipocytokine imbalance, and systemic inflammation, is currently a major worldwide cause of chronic liver disease, contributing to cirrhotic morbidity, hepatocellular carcinoma and…


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4 Years, 16 Live & Online Activities, 6000+ Clinicians: What we've learned so far

RMEI has released pairings of live and online programs approximately twice per year since 2016 grouped into “phases” which share clinical areas of focus and are based on findings from the previous phase of education. In total, 16 activities have launched to date with 4 activities currently live. The purpose of this analysis is to better understand the impact of multi-year iterative education on a clinical audience. Presented at: Society for Academic CME (SACME), virtual, February 2021; Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), virtual, April 2021.
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Effectiveness of 5-year IBD Provider Online Educational Intervention Program

There is considerable practice variability among providers caring for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients. Limited data exists on the effectiveness of educational interventions targeting IBD providers to address these gaps. We report outcomes for a 5-year provider education training program which culminated in an enduring online education resource and clinical decision support tool.

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