This week, Dr. Lisa Mathew connects with Dr. Peter Liang of NYU Langone Health, a long-time friend and colleague to hear about his work with early career physicians and fellows as chair of the American Gastroenterology Association’s (AGA) Trainee and Early Career Committee.Continue reading “Episode #23: You Say Follow Your Heart, I Say Go With Your Gut (providing guidance for early career GI physicians)”
During Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month in March, we’re hosting a series of conversations with physicians about the importance of being screened.
This week, Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam talks with Dr. Pradeep Bekal of the Ohio Gastroenterology & Liver Institute and Dr. William Stern of Capital Digestive Care in the Washington DC metro area, about an innovative colonoscopy preparation that both practices offer to their patients.Continue reading “Episode #15: Colonoscopy Preparation Doesn’t Need to be Difficult (a discussion of innovation in bowel cleansing)”
For Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month in March, we’re hosting a series of conversations with physicians about the importance of being screened. Our guest this week is Dr. Marc Sonenshine of Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, a division of United Gastroenterology.Continue reading “Episode #14: We Bank Online, yet There are Still so Many Forms at a Doctor’s Visit (how Direct Access removes barriers to screening)”
Throughout March, Gastro Broadcast is featuring a series of conversations to promote Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month. This week, Kevin Harlen talks with Dr. Linda Rae Murray of the University of Illinois Chicago about community outreach and ways to reduce disparities in CRC screening.Continue reading “Episode #13: The Most Important Part of Teaching is Listening (and it’s the best path to successful community engagement)”