GI Motility and Functional Disorders are extremely common and can be a challenging part of primary and subspecialty care. New diagnostic techniques and therapies are being developed but their roles are evolving. Controversies in management exist but evidence and expert commentary can help the clinician develop more effective approaches to these problems.
GI Motility and Functional GI Disease in Adults and Pediatrics: A Practical and Advanced ApproachDate: 11/02/2013 - 11/02/2013
This intense one day course is comprised of two parts. It will consist of three morning didactic sessions: Esophageal, Gastroduodenal, and Colonic. There will also be a separate pediatric workshop as well in the morning. The information will be presented in a case based format with an expert team approach and active audience participation. The morning sessions will emphasize controversies and evidence-based management for adults and children. The afternoon sessions will consist of practical sessions reviewing diagnostic testing with the opportunity for basic and advanced interpretation. There will be a final section on clinical "pearls" offered by the faculty. A comprehensive syllabus will be provided.