September 11–12, 2020
Webcast from Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona

This course will be offered via livestream webcast to provide the latest, state-of-the-art information on the diagnosis and management of common disorders such as colon cancer and polyps; GI motility disorder, food allergy, management of new anticoagulants, Artificial Intelligence in GI endoscopy, endoscopy for obesity, new interventional endoscopy; management of fatty liver, cirrhosis and portal hypertension, and an update on alcoholic hepatitis. Course format will offer didactic lectures, an interactive live-endoscopy session, panel discussions and Q & A. Active audience participation is strongly encouraged. Course highlights: Relevant updates you can immediately apply to your clinical practice Evidence-based lectures, case presentations, panel discussions and Q&A Interactive live endoscopy session with the opportunity to ask endoscopists questions during procedures. Friday Interactive Live Endoscopy & Saturday Lectures Friday will offer an interactive live-endoscopy session where participants will have the unique opportunity to ask the endoscopists questions while the procedures are taking place. Procedures Include: Colon polyp management (smaller and larger); Zenker’s diverticulotomy; ERCP for stone or stricture; EUS for pancreas mass; and Interventional EUS. Saturday will include evidence-based lectures, case presentations, panel discussions, and Q & A sessions. Active audience participation is strongly encouraged.

Contact: Mayo School of CPD
Email: mca.cme@mayo.edu
Telephone Inquiries: 480-301-4580
September 23–24, 2020
Washington, DC | 14 CPEs
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Washington, D.C. | 8 CPEs
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