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Caring for Patients with Acute Hepatic Porphyria

Date of Program March 18, 2021 Program Description Acute Hepatic Porphyria (AHP) refers to a group of rare, genetic diseases. Symptoms mimic other diseases, including those in the gastrointestinal, gynecological, and neurological, or neuropsychiatric areas. Attacks can be debilitating and sometimes life-threatening. This webinar will help you identify patients with ...

Ask the Experts Webinar: Autoimmune Hepatitis and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Program An American Liver Foundation webinar aired February 4th, 2019 featuring Dr. Marion Peters, Chief of Hepatology Research at UCSF GI Division, Dr. Kidist Yimam, Director of Autoimmune Liver Disease at California Pacific Medical Center, Dr. Christopher Bowlus, Division Chief, GI and Hepatology at UC Davis School of Medicine and ...

Hepatitis C Donor Positive to Negative Liver and Kidney Organ Transplant Recipients

Program This professional education program on Hepatitis C Donor Positive to Negative Liver and Kidney Organ Transplant Recipients is presented by the American Liver Foundation, featuring expert speaker Dr. Hany Elbeshbeshy, gastroenterologist affiliated with Saint Louis University in St. Louis. Who Should Watch This webinar is intended for medical professionals.

Palliative Care for Liver Patients: Beyond Misconceptions

Program Please join the Connecticut Medical Advisory Council’s featured professional education presentation, “Palliative Care for Liver Patients: Beyond Misconceptions”, presented by Sofia Simona Jakab, MD, Sarah Gillespie-Heyman, MSN, APRN-BC, ACHPN, and Susan Zapatka, MSN, APRN-BC. The presenters will discuss best practices and misconceptions around palliative care for liver patients. Who

The Role of Immunotherapy in the Management of HCC

Program This quarterly meeting targets healthcare professionals who have a clinical interest in liver cancer.  The agenda includes case presentations, journal articles and live discussion in which all participants share their own institutions’ treatment and care policies, procedures and best practices that contribute to improving patient outcomes.  The meeting is

Screening and Diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Date of Program February 13, 2020 Program Description Dr. Kamran Qureshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, and a Member of the American Liver Foundation, Mid-America Division, Medical Advisory Committee. In this presentation he

Improving Cirrhosis Care in the PCP Environment

Date Recorded December 3rd, 2019 at 1pm EST Program Improving Cirrhosis Care in the PCP Environment was a CME provided in the form of a webinar to provide tools that will equip clinicians to provide efficient patient-centered care, even on an interdisciplinary team, to cirrhotic patients and those who are

Hepatocellular Carcinoma and HCV Cure with DAAs: Update and Current Challenges

Date of Program March 26, 2019 Program Description Hashem B. El-Serag, MD, MPH, Chairman and Professor in the Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, discussed the connection between Hepatitis C and Hepatocellular Carcinoma, treatment options for HCV while preventing HCC, and discuss recent research findings.

Ask the Experts Webinar: Updates in Management of Chronic Liver Disease

Date Recorded March 4, 2019 Program An American Liver Foundation webinar aired March 4th, 2019 featuring Dr. Eric W. Chak, MPH, Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Alicia Gonzalez-Flores, Associate Physician, Internal Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Souvik Sarkar, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director of

Screening for Liver Disease: The Workup and Diagnosis of Acute and Chronic Liver Disease Presented by Dr. Robert G. Gish

Program Presented by Dr. Robert G. Gish FAASLD, Medical Advisory Committee member of the American Liver Foundation's Pacific Coast Division, this webinar will discuss the work-up and diagnosis of acute & chronic liver disease. Who Should Watch This webinar is intended for primary care providers and medical professionals, but is

Ask the Experts Webinar: Autoimmune Hepatitis and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Program An American Liver Foundation webinar aired February 4th, 2019 featuring Dr. Marion Peters, Chief of Hepatology Research at UCSF GI Division, Dr. Kidist Yimam, Director of Autoimmune Liver Disease at California Pacific Medical Center, Dr. Christopher Bowlus, Division Chief, GI and Hepatology at UC Davis School of Medicine and

Case Studies in the Multidisciplinary Management of HCC presented by Dr. Tamar Taddei and Dr. Mario Strazzabosco

Presented by Tamar Taddei, MD of VA Connecticut Healthcare System and Yale New Haven Health; and Mario Strazzabosco, MD, PhD, of Yale New Haven Health This professional education webinar offers insight in taking a multidisciplinary approach in treating patients with hepatocellular cancer. Participants will learn about the complexities in managing

Understand Liver Enzyme Test Results

October is Know Your Liver Month for the Get Fit Program! Check out our webinar of the month: Understanding Your Liver Enzyme Test Results Presented by: Vicki Shah, PA-C, MMS, Rush University Sponsored By:
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Improving Cirrhosis Care in the PCP Environment

Date Recorded December 3rd, 2019 at 1pm EST Program Improving Cirrhosis Care in the PCP Environment was a CME provided in the form of a webinar to provide tools that will equip clinicians to provide efficient patient-centered care, even on an interdisciplinary team, to cirrhotic patients and those who are

Screening for Liver Disease: The Workup and Diagnosis of Acute and Chronic Liver Disease Presented by Dr. Robert G. Gish

Program Presented by Dr. Robert G. Gish FAASLD, Medical Advisory Committee member of the American Liver Foundation's Pacific Coast Division, this webinar will discuss the work-up and diagnosis of acute & chronic liver disease. Who Should Watch This webinar is intended for primary care providers and medical professionals, but is ...

Understand Liver Enzyme Test Results

October is Know Your Liver Month for the Get Fit Program! Check out our webinar of the month: Understanding Your Liver Enzyme Test Results Presented by: Vicki Shah, PA-C, MMS, Rush University Sponsored By: ...

Ask the Experts Webinar: Updates in Management of Chronic Liver Disease

Date Recorded March 4, 2019 Program An American Liver Foundation webinar aired March 4th, 2019 featuring Dr. Eric W. Chak, MPH, Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Alicia Gonzalez-Flores, Associate Physician, Internal Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Souvik Sarkar, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director of

Hepatitis C Donor Positive to Negative Liver and Kidney Organ Transplant Recipients

Program This professional education program on Hepatitis C Donor Positive to Negative Liver and Kidney Organ Transplant Recipients is presented by the American Liver Foundation, featuring expert speaker Dr. Hany Elbeshbeshy, gastroenterologist affiliated with Saint Louis University in St. Louis. Who Should Watch This webinar is intended for medical professionals.

The Role of Immunotherapy in the Management of HCC

Program This quarterly meeting targets healthcare professionals who have a clinical interest in liver cancer.  The agenda includes case presentations, journal articles and live discussion in which all participants share their own institutions’ treatment and care policies, procedures and best practices that contribute to improving patient outcomes.  The meeting is

Ask the Experts Webinar: Updates in Management of Chronic Liver Disease

Date Recorded March 4, 2019 Program An American Liver Foundation webinar aired March 4th, 2019 featuring Dr. Eric W. Chak, MPH, Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Alicia Gonzalez-Flores, Associate Physician, Internal Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Souvik Sarkar, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director of

Screening and Diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Date of Program February 13, 2020 Program Description Dr. Kamran Qureshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, and a Member of the American Liver Foundation, Mid-America Division, Medical Advisory Committee. In this presentation he ...

Hepatocellular Carcinoma and HCV Cure with DAAs: Update and Current Challenges

Date of Program March 26, 2019 Program Description Hashem B. El-Serag, MD, MPH, Chairman and Professor in the Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, discussed the connection between Hepatitis C and Hepatocellular Carcinoma, treatment options for HCV while preventing HCC, and discuss recent research findings ...

Case Studies in the Multidisciplinary Management of HCC presented by Dr. Tamar Taddei and Dr. Mario Strazzabosco

Presented by Tamar Taddei, MD of VA Connecticut Healthcare System and Yale New Haven Health; and Mario Strazzabosco, MD, PhD, of Yale New Haven Health This professional education webinar offers insight in taking a multidisciplinary approach in treating patients with hepatocellular cancer. Participants will learn about the complexities in managing ...

Liver Disease and Pregnancy – Part 2

Date of Program June 26, 2021 Program Description Part two of two in our educational webinar series on best practices for diagnosing, managing, and treating liver issues in pregnant women. Audience Medical Professionals ...

Liver Disease and Pregnancy – Part 1

Date of Program June 26, 2021 Program Description Part one of two in our educational webinar series on best practices for diagnosing, managing, and treating liver issues in pregnant women. Audience Medical Professionals ...

Dr. Binu John of Miami VA Medical Center explained the use of telehealth in hepatology. Dr. Jean-Paul Achkar of the Cleveland Clinic covered the “how to” of virtual visit documentation and billing, and provide sample cases.


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