Updates in Gastroenterology

This gastroenterology education event aims to engage general practitioners on a range of gastroenterology conditions and activities that are commonly encountered in general practice.

Held as a three-course dinner, this event aims to engage general practitioners (GPs) on a range of gastroenterology conditions and activities that are commonly encountered in general practice. This includes managing liver lesions, supporting patients with irritable bowel disease (IBD) and the management of anti-thrombotic and anti-diabetic medications for patients undergoing endoscopy.

Learning outcomes

After attending this education session GPs will be able to:

  • Describe how to manage liver lesions identified by CT scan or ultrasound and understand when to refer.
  • Explain how factors outside bowel management can be optimised for patients with IBD.
  • Select appropriate management of anti-thrombotic and anti-diabetic medications in patients undergoing endoscopy.

Presentations

  • “Liver lesions on USS and CT: how to manage and when to refer” by Dr Tim Mitchell, Consultant Gastroenterologist
  • “Thinking outside the bowel: health maintenance for IBD patients” by Dr Suresh Ponnusamy, Consultant Gastroenterologist
  • “Management of antithrombotic and diabetic medications in patients undergoing endoscopy” by Dr Michael Ma, Consultant Gastroenterologist

Register here

Event Details

October 14 - October 14
06:15 PM - 09:00 PM
General Practice

Organizer Details

St John of God Midland Private Hospital

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