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The Need for Advanced Training in Gastroenterology.

- ACG Case Rep J (2015)

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As the field of gastroenterology steps forward, we have seen tremendous scientific progress in understanding the pathogenesis and mechanisms of multiple diseases... We have also seen significant advances in how we diagnose, monitor, and treat gastrointestinal conditions... While these advances ultimately benefit our patients, implementing such progress in daily patient care represents a significant challenge... While general gastroenterology fellowship should prepare a physician to manage what is most frequently in typical practice, progress in many areas has triggered the development and growth of focused advanced training programs... Through exposure to complex therapeutic regimens and the comprehensive variety of IBD disease phenotypes, dedicated training in a large-volume referral center enhances the knowledge a general gastroenterology fellow acquires during standard training... Though I had a significant exposure to IBD patients during my gastroenterology fellowship, I decided to pursue advanced IBD fellowship after discussion with my mentor at the University of Miami (Dr. Maria Abreu)... As a fourth year fellow, I took an active role in the care of patients from around the country through a multidisciplinary team of heath care providers specializing in IBD care... Advanced fellowship also allowed me to contribute to clinical research trials, conduct my own studies, and participate in academic collaborations with other institutions and as part of national societies... It is important to research all programs for academic requirements and deadlines, and to note that the application process varies depending on the specialty... Final decisions may be influenced by extracurricular variables as much as program requirements... Advanced fellowships are relatively new and will likely evolve over time... Programs will improve how future experts in each sub-specialty are trained, ultimately translating into better patient care and long-term outcomes.

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The Need for Advanced Training in Gastroenterology.

- ACG Case Rep J (2015)

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View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

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As the field of gastroenterology steps forward, we have seen tremendous scientific progress in understanding the pathogenesis and mechanisms of multiple diseases... We have also seen significant advances in how we diagnose, monitor, and treat gastrointestinal conditions... While these advances ultimately benefit our patients, implementing such progress in daily patient care represents a significant challenge... While general gastroenterology fellowship should prepare a physician to manage what is most frequently in typical practice, progress in many areas has triggered the development and growth of focused advanced training programs... Through exposure to complex therapeutic regimens and the comprehensive variety of IBD disease phenotypes, dedicated training in a large-volume referral center enhances the knowledge a general gastroenterology fellow acquires during standard training... Though I had a significant exposure to IBD patients during my gastroenterology fellowship, I decided to pursue advanced IBD fellowship after discussion with my mentor at the University of Miami (Dr. Maria Abreu)... As a fourth year fellow, I took an active role in the care of patients from around the country through a multidisciplinary team of heath care providers specializing in IBD care... Advanced fellowship also allowed me to contribute to clinical research trials, conduct my own studies, and participate in academic collaborations with other institutions and as part of national societies... It is important to research all programs for academic requirements and deadlines, and to note that the application process varies depending on the specialty... Final decisions may be influenced by extracurricular variables as much as program requirements... Advanced fellowships are relatively new and will likely evolve over time... Programs will improve how future experts in each sub-specialty are trained, ultimately translating into better patient care and long-term outcomes.

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