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Get with the GI Guidelines: Are You Up to Date?

Ideal guidelines are evidence based, up to date and practical. Unfortunately, because many clinical questions still lack a single best answer, the guidance and experience of experts remain necessary to help sort through the many recommendations in the ever expanding array of clinical guidelines issued by professional societies. Whether you are a specialist treating gastrointestinal, liver, or pancreatic disorders, or a generalist managing patients suffering from IBD, cirrhosis, or other GI-related conditions, keeping up with the latest guidelines is an important part of your continuing education. Working with Dr. George Dickstein, QuantiaMD has gathered top experts to review some of the latest GI guidelines and provide you with the knowledge you need to offer the best possible care to your patients.

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Greater Boston Gastroenterology, PC, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine
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