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The podcast of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology (CAG). Digestible Bites of GI Education!
The CAG Podcast is primarily intended to meet the educational needs of the CAG membership, including Adult and Pediatric Gastroenterologists, Basic Scientists and Trainees. Content valid on the date recorded, recommendations may change over time.
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In this episode Dr. Alrajhi and Dr. Chen will discuss the latest advancements in Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) including: - EUS biliary drainage - EUS gall bladder drainage
In this episode Dr. Ghaith and Dr. Yong will discuss: - the difference between linear and radial Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) - how EUS imaging and cross-sectional imaging compare - other therapeutic modalities of EUS including using micro forceps
In this episode Dr. Schweiger, who was awarded as the 2019 Ivan Beck Memorial Lecturer recipient, addresses the GRIT trainees with his inspirational presentation 'Periampullary Thoughts for a Successful Career in the Future’
In this episode Dr. Rumman will discuss his research on undisclosed payments by pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers to authors of endoscopy guidelines in the USA. For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 GRIT Program in Banff, Alberta
In this episode Dr. Charette will discuss the prospective evaluation of the use of biopsy forceps for the endoscopic treatment of Schatzki rings For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 GRIT Program in Banff, Alberta
In this episode Dr. Miles will discuss the correlation of adenoma per case with adenoma detection rate for credentialed screening colonoscopists in the Nova Scotia Colon Cancer Prevention Program For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Gandhi will discuss Clinical Predictors for Sessile Serrated Adenoma Detection For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Azhari will discuss the Global Incidence of Peptic Ulcer Disease at the turn of the 21st Century For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Saperia will discuss the Impact of a Virtual Reality Intervention on Ergonomics in Endoscopy. For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Rumbolt will discuss how Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion. For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Elias will discuss The Incidence of Anti-TNF Dose Augmentation in a Community Wide Population of IBD. For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Hu will discuss Surveillance Colonoscopies in Ulcerative Colitis: Does it Make a Difference? For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Petropolis will discuss his Population Study that looks at Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer in IBD Patients Taking 6-TGN Animetabolites. For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Elyanne Ratcliffe and Dr. Jennifer Jin will discuss management strategies for a motility and nutrition case. This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Robert Berger and Dr. Jeff McCurdy highlight interesting GI journal articles from 2018. This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
In this episode Dr. Anne Griffiths, 2019 McKenna Lecturer, presents to the Trainees at CDDW 2019 and addresses the question ""Why IBD and Why in the Young?"" She will provide content addressing why we think IBD develops and why we think it develops in children. She will also highlight challenges and opportunities in the field of Pediatric IBD. Dr. Griffiths disclosures and Bio are available when you click on "Speaker Disclosures" on the CAG Website podcast page at https://www.cag-acg.org/education/cag-podcast
In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Squirell will interview Dr. Jerry McGrath regarding colon cancer surveillance intervals and methods. The learning objectives for this episode are to review the recommendations or colonoscopy surveillance based on the following colonoscopy findings: 1. Normal exam 2. Hyperplastic polyps 3. Tubular adenomas 4. Sessile serrated polyps 5. History of prior colorectal cancer For more information listen to CAG Podcast Episode 5 or review the 2018 Clinical Practice Guideline on Screening for Colorectal Cancer in Individuals With a Family History of Nonhereditary Colorectal Cancer or Adenoma: The Canadian Association of Gastroenterology Banff Consensus. Available on the CAG Website "Guideline Library" under the "Publications" menu tab at https://www.cag-acg.org/publications/guideline-library. These standards were published online August 16, 2018 in Gastroenterology, the official journal of the AGA Institute.
In this episode Dr. Tomaszewski will interview Dr. Bressler regarding the salient points of the new 2019 Canadian Association of Gastroenterology Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Luminal Crohn’s Disease. For the complete guideline published in JCAG, 2019, Vol 2, No.3, please visit please the CAG website at www.cag-acg.org and visit the "Guideline Library" under the "Publications" menu tab. https://www.cag-acg.org/publications/guideline-library (Search under 2019 Guidelines)
The learning objectives for this episode are for Canadian Gastroenterologists to: 1) Understand the framework of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program 2) Be aware of the different ways to achieve credits within each MOC category This episode was co-developed with Takeda Canada and was developed to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity and balance. For more information on MOC FAQs visit: http://www.royalcollege.ca/rcsite/cpd/moc-program/faq-moc-program-e To view Current CAG Accredited Programs visit: https://www.cag-acg.org/news/cag-accredited-programs
In this episode Dr. Meng will discuss how they triaged patients using the Fibrosis 4 Index for Liver Fibrosis. For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 387 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2 This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
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