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15th Annual Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Viva la Vida


March 10-13, 2015
The Ritz-Carlton,
San Juan
Puerto Rico


The 15th Annual Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Viva la Vida will provide, through formal lectures, questions and answer sessions as well as audience interactive systems, including interactive endoscopic cases from The Johns Hopkins Hospital, presentations of various gastrointestinal and liver disorders that will be of interest to practitioners in the field. This year, the conference will focus on common clinical challenges faced by practitioners with a special session on “A Day in the Life of Your Clinic”, which will highlight common clinical dilemmas faced by the practitioner. Course attendees will be updated in a series of symposia to include modern approaches with patients with IBD, fatty liver disease, commonly known as NAFLD, pancreatitis, sphincter dysfunction and hot new and emerging topics including eosinophilic esophagitis, intestinal perforations, submucosal endoscopy and recent advances in Hepatitis C treatment. 


After attending this activity, the participant will demonstrate the ability to:

  • Describe recent advances in inflammatory bowel disease including the role of surgery and the detection of cancer in these patients.

  • Describe recent advances in liver disease including fatty liver disease, the role of nutrition and liver cancer.

  • Discuss recent developments in the management of pancreatic disease including pancreatic cysts, pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.

  • Discuss the management of the various gastrointestinal sphincteric dysfunction.

  • Describe recent advances in therapeutic endoscopy.

Registration Form 

Tuition Remission Form


The 2nd Annual IBD Health Expo

Thank you to those that registered and attended the sucessful IBD Health Expo on Saturday, April 26, 2014. As promised, please find the downloadable presentations below.


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