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NPs, PAs Can Benefit from Popular Course Designed to Address their Unique Needs

March 28, 2013

Hear from the experts as they provide you with the information necessary to treat patients in a variety of practice settings. Receive in-depth instruction on many GI topics, including eosinophilic esophagitis, GERD, small bowel dysmotility and more.

Taking place Aug. 16 to 18, 2013, in Chicago, IL, the Principles of Gastroenterology for the Nurse Practitioner (NP) and Physician Assistant (PA) course offers a comprehensive program that focuses on best practices and evidence-based medicine. The course provides an exceptional opportunity to develop and enhance diagnostic and therapeutic skills, which attendees can bring back to their own practice to help improve overall patient care. Sessions will cover:

  • Esophageal disorders, including GERD, Barrett's esophagus, and esophageal functional and motility disorders.
  • Gastric and small bowel disorders, including gastroparesis, ulcer disease and celiac disease.
  • Colon disorders, including IBD and IBS.
  • Liver disorders, including hepatitis B and C and fatty liver disease.
  • Issues involving the pancreas and the role of endoscopic ultrasound.

NPs and PAs new to the field, as well as those with years of experience, will find the course offers something for all who attend. 

Your Cases, Our Expert Panel
For the 2013 course, attendees will have the opportunity to present cases from their own practice during the expert panel discussion. Attendees will hear directly from the experts as they provide their thoughts and insight on optimal patient care. It also offers attendees the opportunity to engage with physicians, NPs and PAs from around the country.

Peer Share
At a course such as this, it is important to have time to network with both faculty and other attendees. This year, an emphasis will be placed on providing ample opportunities to network with colleagues and share best practices.

Learn more and register today.

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