MEDSCAPE MEDICAL NEWS October 20, 2015:
Open-Access to Colorectal Screening Finds More Polyps, Adenomas
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
A public–private partnership of patient navigators, gastroenterologists, and other healthcare providers — who collectively volunteer their time and skills — is bringing colorectal cancer screening to underserved, low-income populations."Over 50% of the gastroenterologists in our state participate, and not one of them gets compensated, and none of the practices that use anesthesiologists or anesthetists are compensated," said Renay Caldwell, CCRC, from the Center for Colon Cancer Research at the University of South Carolina in Columbia
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The 2017 Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases conference, the nation’s leading clinical IBD meeting, is now endorsed by the South Carolina Gastroenterology Association. AIBD will take place November 9-11 in Orlando, FL.
The endorsement of AIBD by SCGA is an attestation to our shared commitment to outstanding, relevant clinical education, to the quality of it's faculty and scientific agenda, and it's value to your practice.
AIBD 2017 Highlights
4 Learning Track, Including a Clinical, Pediatric, Surgical, and Nursing and Advanced Practice Track
Updates on Novel Agents, Biosimilars, and More
75+ Internationally-Recognized Faculty
Networking Opportunities Including Receptions and Meet the Experts
New Research and Abstracts to be Presented
All SCGA members save an additional $50 off registration!
Please contact Shannon Johnson for the registration code. email@example.com
SOUTH CAROLINA GASTROENTEROLOGY ASSOCIATION 2018 ANNUAL MEETING
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
HYATT REGENCY GREENVILLE
MORE DETAILS COMING SOON!