Deciphering New Guidelines to Enhance Your Practice

Need

Controversy or conundrum? New guidelines on early colorectal cancer (CRC) screening are stirring debate, with different viewpoints on when to initiate testing and what methods to use. Clinicians need to better understand how to translate guidelines to direct individualized clinical decision making.

Activity

  • October 6, 2018, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 120-minute live forum featuring an audience response system and interstitial polling
  • Review of clinical cases and clinical decision making
  • Delivered in conjunction with American College of Gastroenterology 2018

Goal

Educate gastroenterologists on the guidelines in early screening for CRC and implications for their clinical practice.

Outcomes (n=89)

98%
of attendees reported the activity was applicable to improving their professional practice
94%
of attendees reported they will develop screening plans depending on patient features
50%
of attendees plan to make changes in practice (per the executive summary)

Faculty

Brooks D. Cash, MD
Houston, Texas
Deborah A. Fisher, MD, MHS
Durham, North Carolina
Douglas J. Robertson, MD, MPH
White River Junction, Vermont