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June 29, 2020

Get on top of upper GI disorders

Do you have a patient experiencing nausea or vomiting undigested food? It could be gastroparesis, and while not curable, you can help your patient manage it.
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In the Principles of GI for the NP and PA – A Virtual Course, Aug. 15-16, 2020, session on Upper GI Disorders, Monica Nandwani, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, discusses pharmacologic treatment options and non-pharmacologic alternatives for gastroparesis.

The Aug. 15 session will also include presentations by these experts:

  • Monica Riegert, DNP, CRNP, on managing gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and refractory GERD, including implementation of laparoscopic anti-reflux and gastric bypass surgeries.
  • Angela De Lisle, PA-C, MHS, on best practices for addressing dysphagia including the use of endoscopy, manometry and barium swallow.
  • Bridget Morris, CRNP, on anal cancer screening by advanced providers.

Principles of GI for the NP and PA, the industry’s premiere course for advanced practice providers (APPs), will be virtual in 2020. Participants will enjoy a high-quality, interactive live stream that includes Q&A with faculty, attendee-to-attendee chats, attendee polling and note taking capabilities. Learn more about the cutting-edge education you can get at an affordable price from the safety of home.

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