Oregon Gut Club Annual Meeting, In-Person and Virtual, October 11-12, 2024

October 11 - 12, 2024 - OR US

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The Oregon Gut Club aims to share the latest knowledge with healthcare practitioners to enhance the diagnosis and treatment of patients with digestive disorders. Our goals are straightforward and topics for our meeting this year include: Enhancing Colorectal Cancer Screening with Emerging Tools, Techniques, and Technologies Latest Insights on Eosinophilic Esophagitis Optimal Therapeutic Approaches and Positioning of Therapies for Ulcerative Colitis Effective Inpatient Surgical Management of Fulminant Colitis Reviewing Treatment Options for Microscopic Colitis Updates on Viral Hepatitis Reviewing the Role of Intra-Luminal Stenting in the GI Tract Engaging Clinical Vignettes by Residents and Fellows It is the goal of the Board of Directors to organize an annual meeting of Pacific Northwest digestive health specialists, at popular destinations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho where they can gather to hear top-notch lectures from well-respected experts in the field of digestive health in a comfortable atmosphere of collegiality and friendship. We hope that you, the members, are excited about this opportunity, for YOU are the Oregon Gut Club. To accomplish its mission, the Oregon Gut Club defined strategic directions and specific goals which include: encouragement of research and facilitation of scientific interchange of discoveries, ideas and information on gastrointestinal disorders. fostering excellence in the medical care of patients with gastrointestinal disorders. engagement with other professional societies, organizations and patient advocacy groups to help achieve the mission and goals of the Oregon Gut Club. coordinating meetings for the members of the Oregon Gut Club, as well as other caregivers in the field of gastroenterology, and invite speakers of national and international reputation to discuss the scientific advances in gastroenterology. holding open forums at meetings that encourage discussion of advancements on how to use this material to improve patient care in their own communities. providing continuing education to professionals in the field of gastroenterology, caregivers and patients in these communities. Time: 5:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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