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Gastroenterology CME/CE Courses

myCMEYour search for high-quality, complimentary CME/CE stops right here. The courses below are presented by myCME, the continuing education engine in Haymarket Medical Network’s (HMN) expanding portfolio of clinical websites. Below you’ll find practice-relevant courses that carry valuable CME/CE credit. Simply click any link to get started earning credit on myCME.

Featured Courses

The Burden of the Disease and Delays in Diagnosis of IBD

The Burden of the Disease and Delays in Diagnosis of IBD | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM
Diagnosing inflammatory bowel disease, and distinguishing between Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, can be challenging for advanced practice providers. This succinct activity reviews common presentations, noninvasive diagnostic tests, and the imaging and endoscopy strategies used to confirm a diagnosis.
The Road to Remission: Assessing Today's Treatment Goals in Crohn's Disease

The Road to Remission: Crohn’s Disease | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM, CE for Pharmacists, CNE Contact Hour(s)
This webcast features case-based learning supported by expert faculty translation, providing a real-world roadmap for the management of CD that reflects these changing treatment goals. Special attention will be paid to identifying predictors for treatment response, differentiating targeted therapies, and translating available efficacy data into real-world effectiveness so that clinicians will be able to choose the appropriate therapies at the right times for individual patients.
Saturday Morning Coffee with Experts in NASH: What Is The Update?

Saturday Morning Coffee with Experts in NASH: What Is The Update? | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM, CE for Pharmacists, CNE Contact Hour(s)
This CME Outfitters enduring material features a renowned panel of experts highlighting the underlying mechanisms of NASH via innovative augmented reality (AR) animations and presenting real-world case scenarios to share clinical insights on how to choose appropriate non-invasive diagnostic modalities, as well as translate latest data on emerging targeted therapies and their implications for clinical practice.
Implementing a Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention and Diagnosis of CDI

Implementing a Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention and Diagnosis of CDI | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM, ANCC Contact Hour(s), CE for Pharmacists
Accurate diagnosis of Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) remains an important clinical challenge. In this educational activity, 2 experts provide a comprehensive review of all validated tools and measures for making a definitive diagnosis of CDI, as well as various strategies for preventing the transmission of C difficile.
Recurrent CDI: New Options for Prevention and Treatment

Recurrent CDI: New Options for Prevention and Treatment | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM, ANCC Contact Hour(s), CE for Pharmacists
The guideline-recommended, evidence-based prevention and management paradigm of recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) has evolved throughout the last several years. This video provides 2 experts’ perspectives on the clinical application of the current and emerging pharmacologic and biotherapeutic strategies for recurrent CDI, with a comprehensible rundown of the latest clinical trials data and a patient case.
What's New: Evidence-Based Strategies for Managing CDI

What’s New: Evidence-Based Strategies for Managing CDI | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM, ANCC Contact Hour(s), CE for Pharmacists
Provisional, updated Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA)/Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) guidelines were released during ID Week® of 2020 and reflect notable changes in the treatment recommendations of Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) that are unfamiliar to many clinicians who manage the care of individuals with CDI.
Optimizing Management of Patients with IBD

Optimizing Management of Patients with IBD | myCME

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM
Recognizing key clinical characteristics of inflammatory bowel disease and distinguishing between Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are crucial prerequisites to developing individually appropriate treatment plans. In this activity, faculty review steps in diagnostic workup and patient assessment, with consideration for the roles that disease activity and disease severity play in choosing or adjusting therapies.

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