Episode 26: Research Isn’t Only for Academic Medical Centers (how clinical trials can benefit your patients and practice)

Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam talks with Dr. Chris Fourment, CEO of Clinical Research Strategy Group about independent GI practices can develop or improve clinical trials infrastructure, which increases their ability to participate in clinical trials and allows sustainability of research as a practice ancillary.

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Episode #17: Remembering the Dark Days of March and April (telehealth was a lifesaver in 2020 and remains a useful tool)

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Phoenix, Ariz. has experienced several surges in cases, becoming a hot spot for COVID-19 more than once.

This week, Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam talks with Dr. Paul Berggreen of Arizona Digestive Health about how his practice implemented telehealth in the early days of the pandemic.

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Episode #11: You Might Find the Cheapest Medication Works the Best (and why diversity in research is important)

Like our host Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam, Dr. John Carethers from the University of Michigan knew he wanted to be a physician from a young age.

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Episode #07: The Canary in the Coal Mine (and how GI physicians can help fight the obesity epidemic)

Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam of Huron Gastroenterology recognized that many of the GI diseases he treats in his community are specifically related to obesity, and that as a GI physician he had the opportunity to see and combat these disease before they became too serious.

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