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  • NASPGHAN Nutrition Curriculum for Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellows

    Contains 22 Product(s)

    Supported by a grant from Nestle, The NASPGHAN Nutrition Curriculum for Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellows offers a web-based education program for pediatric fellows. These webinars will provide a core nutrition curriculum to pediatric GI fellows and improve basic nutrition knowledge amongst those fellows, and thus improve care.

    Supported by a grant from Nestle, The NASPGHAN Nutrition Curriculum for Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellows offers a web-based education program for pediatric fellows.  These webinars will provide a core nutrition curriculum to pediatric GI fellows and improve basic nutrition knowledge amongst those fellows, and thus improve care.

  • February 2021 Nutrition Pearl: Low-FODMAP Diet

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    February 2021 Nutrition Pearl: Low-FODMAP Diet

    February 2021 Nutrition Pearl: Low-FODMAP Diet

  • Bowel Sounds, Episode Twenty One: Evelyn Hsu - Liver Transplant and How to Become a Transplant Hepatologist

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Bowel Sounds, Episode Twenty One: Evelyn Hsu - Liver Transplant and How to Become a Transplant Hepatologist In this episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Drs. Peter Lu and Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Evelyn Hsu about liver transplantation in children and how to become a pediatric transplant hepatologist. We talk about what inspired her to become a transplant hepatologist and introduce the topic of pediatric liver transplantation, including its indications, contraindications, and the components of transplant evaluation. We discuss the improvements in transplant outcomes over time and the new standards for a successful outcome. Finally, we talk about transplant hepatology fellowship training and what the Society of Pediatric Liver Transplantation (SPLIT) is doing to help educate GI trainees with an interest in liver transplantation. As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.

    Bowel Sounds, Episode Twenty One: Evelyn Hsu - Liver Transplant and How to Become a Transplant Hepatologist

    In this episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Drs. Peter Lu and Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Evelyn Hsu about liver transplantation in children and how to become a pediatric transplant hepatologist.  We talk about what inspired her to become a transplant hepatologist and introduce the topic of pediatric liver transplantation, including its indications, contraindications, and the components of transplant evaluation.  We discuss the improvements in transplant outcomes over time and the new standards for a successful outcome. Finally, we talk about transplant hepatology fellowship training and what the Society of Pediatric Liver Transplantation (SPLIT) is doing to help educate GI trainees with an interest in liver transplantation.


     

  • Teaching and Technology: Great or Glitz (Webinar Wednesday)

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Teaching and Technology: Great or Glitz (Webinar Wednesday)

    Models of teaching in medical education are rapidly evolving. In the current era, technology has become an important component in medical education. Use of technologies such as podcasts, social media platforms, mobile apps, and simulations is accelerating in this changing educational environment. Technology can promote collaborative learning, improve communication and knowledge sharing, and can help educators deliver timely and effective feedback. However, evolving technology can lead to challenges.  Therefore, it is imperative that medical educators gain insight into the positive impact of technology and be appropriately trained to use it.

    Because today’s learners are already accustomed to technology-enhanced learning environments medical educators must learn (a) how to integrate technology into curricular and instructional framework and (b) how to address the challenges from technology in providing medical education.

    Teaching and Technology: Great or Glitz will prepare medical educators to become familiar with the impact and trends in technology in the health care learning environment and how to enrich their teaching environment through the use of social media, apps, and simulation.

     

    Norberto Rodriguez-Baez, MD (Moderator)

    Professor of Pediatrics, Director of the Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship Program

    University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center / Children’s Health

    Alan Leichtner, MD (Moderator)

    Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

    Boston Children’s Hospital

    Uma Phatak, MD

    Associate Professor, Pediatrics Clerkship Director, Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition

    Yale University, School of Medicine

    Jason Silverman, MD MSc FRCPC FAAP

    Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Stollery Children’s Hospital

    Assistant Professor and Training Program Director Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta

    Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS

    Professor of Medicine and Public Health Director of Health Services Research, Cedars-Sinai Director, Master’s Degree Program in Health Delivery Science

    Cedars-Sinai Site Director, Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Assistant Dean, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

    Arvind Srinath, MD, MS

    Associate Professor of Pediatrics Associate, Vice Chair for Education for Fellowship Training, Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship Director

    UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

  • ON DEMAND Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of Alagille Syndrome

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    ON DEMAND Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of Alagille Syndrome

    Alagille syndrome (ALGS) is a multi-system autosomal dominant disorder that often presents with neonatal cholestasis.  First described over 50 years ago by Daniel Alagille, this complex syndrome is caused by mutations in JAG1 or NOTCH2, encoding components of the Notch signaling pathway.  Ongoing research has led to a number of important recent advances in our understanding of ALGS.  Specifically, this webinar will focus on the state-of-the-art in genomic diagnostics (presented by Drs. Nancy Spinner and Melissa Gilbert), multi-center studies of disease outcome (presented by Dr. Binita Kamath) and new therapeutic options (presented by Dr. Saul Karpen).  The moderator, Dr. Kathleen Loomes, will summarize how our knowledge of the genetics and pathophysiology of ALGS might lead to new therapies.

    Kathleen Loomes, MD (Moderator)

    Co-Director of the Fred and Suzanne Biesecker Pediatric Liver Center

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    Melissa Gilbert, PhD

    Manager, Translational Research

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute

    Nancy Spinner, PhD, FACMG

    Chief of the Division of Genomic Diagnostics

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    Binita Kamath, MBBChir, MRCP, MTR

    The Hospital for Sick Children

    Saul Karpen, MD, PhD

    Emory University School of Medicine

  • ON DEMAND Changing the Dynamic: How to Enable EHRs to Work for You (Webinar Wednesday)

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    *This webinar is for NASPGHAN Members only* Changing the Dynamic: How to Enable EHRs to Work for You (Webinar Wednesday)

    Over 5 decades ago, the concept of an electronic record of health (EHR) was born. By the early 90’s, the EHR was imagined to be the exalted solution to many problems of “modern” medicine. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, incentivized broad and rapid implementation, resulting in widespread use with unintended consequences. Recent reports have correlated EHR use with rising burnout rates. Consequentially, great time and effort are now devoted to enabling the EHR to work for clinicians

    In Changing the Dynamic: How to Enable EHRs to Work for You, webinar participants are expected to learn tips and approaches to improve their EHR experience and efficiency of use. A focus on efficiency will be followed by suggestions for successful use of the patient portal. The webinar will conclude with a forward-looking description of what is possible leveraging technologies of today.  The webinar has been designed for a broad range of health care providers using a variety of EHRs, though providers using Cerner or Epic EHRs will derive the most benefit.    

    This webinar is for NASPGHAN members only.

    Ethan Mezoff, MD (Moderator)

    Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition

    Nationwide Children's Hospital

    Jeremy Screws, MD (Moderator)

    Children's Hospital at Erlanger

    Steven Liu, MD

    GI Care for Kids

    John Pohl, MD

    Professor of Pediatrics

    University of Utah, Primary Children’s Hospital

    Jennifer Lee, MD

    Clinical Assistant Professor

    Nationwide Children’s Hospital, The Ohio State University College of Medicine

    Jeannie Huang, MD, MPH

    Professor of Pediatrics, University of California San Diego, San Diego, California Physician Informaticist, Rady Children’s Hospital

  • Bowel Sounds, Episode Twenty: Rina Sanghavi - Women in Medicine

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Bowel Sounds, Episode Twenty: Rina Sanghavi - Women in Medicine In this special National Women Physicians Day episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Dr. Peter Lu and Dr. Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Rina Sanghavi about gender bias in academic medicine and pediatric gastroenterology. February 3, 2021 is the 200th birthday of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive her medical degree in the United States. Every year, women celebrate the progress that has been made towards gender equality in medicine, but there is still a long way to go. We discuss the gender pay gap, a leaky pipeline to leadership, and give practical tips on managing microaggressions in the workplace. We offer tips on how every physician, male or female, can support their women colleagues. As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.

    Bowel Sounds, Episode Twenty: Rina Sanghavi - Women in Medicine

    In this special National Women Physicians Day episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Dr. Peter Lu and Dr. Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Rina Sanghavi about gender bias in academic medicine and pediatric gastroenterology. February 3, 2021 is the 200th birthday of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive her medical degree in the United States. Every year, women celebrate the progress that has been made towards gender equality in medicine, but there is still a long way to go. We discuss the gender pay gap, a leaky pipeline to leadership, and give practical tips on managing microaggressions in the workplace. We offer tips on how every physician, male or female, can support their women colleagues.


     

  • Latest Guidance on Parenteral Nutrition

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Latest Guidance on Parenteral Nutrition

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    Mark Corkins, MD, CNSC, FASPEN, AGAF, FAAP

    Division Chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

    The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

    Anna Tuttle MS, RD, LDN, CNSC and Clinical Dietitian II

    Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital

  • Bowel Sounds, Episode Nineteen: Miguel Saps - Functional Abdominal Pain

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Bowel Sounds, Episode Nineteen: Miguel Saps - Functional Abdominal Pain In this episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Drs. Peter Lu and Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Miguel Saps about functional abdominal pain. We begin by hearing how he developed his passion for neurogastroenterology -- and his impressions of Dr. Lu when he was a medical student. We then ask the expert himself how he explains the diagnosis of functional abdominal pain and what causes these common but challenging disorders. We talk about the roles of both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment. Finally, we discuss how prevention of these disorders may change our approach in the future. As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.

    Bowel Sounds, Episode Nineteen: Miguel Saps - Functional Abdominal Pain

    In this episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Drs. Peter Lu and Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Miguel Saps about functional abdominal pain.  We begin by hearing how he developed his passion for neurogastroenterology -- and his impressions of Dr. Lu when he was a medical student. We then ask the expert himself how he explains the diagnosis of functional abdominal pain and what causes these common but challenging disorders.  We talk about the roles of both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment. Finally, we discuss how prevention of these disorders may change our approach in the future.


     

  • NASPGHAN AND SPR JOINT POSITION PAPER ON NON-INVASIVE IMAGING OF PEDIATRIC PANCREATITIS: LITERATURE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS, January 2021

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    NASPGHAN AND SPR JOINT POSITION PAPER ON NON-INVASIVE IMAGING OF PEDIATRIC PANCREATITIS: LITERATURE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS, January 2021

    NASPGHAN AND SPR JOINT POSITION PAPER ON NON-INVASIVE IMAGING OF PEDIATRIC PANCREATITIS: LITERATURE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS, January 2021