Clinical Education Hub


Educational Resources on Gastroenterology

Challenges abound for patients and clinicians alike when it comes to managing gastrointestinal diseases, making it imperative that all stakeholders on the care team—including the patient—continue to hone their knowledge, confidence, and best practice strategies to improve outcomes. CME Outfitters’ Gastroenterology Education Hub provides clinicians with the education and resources necessary to optimize their approach to clinical care for patients with inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic idiopathic constipation, and diabetic gastroparesis.

Educational Activities

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IBD Medical Home Interview

Dr. Regueiro interviews medical professionals across the various disciplines in the IBD Medical Home at the Cleveland Clinic. This patient-centric treatment model assembles both physical and mental health practitioners at the community level, delivering best practices in prevention, screening and …


Managing Your Patients with Psoriasis and IBD: A Conversation with the Experts

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, expert Dr. Anita Afzali will utilize case-based learning to illustrate the common features and pathophysiologic mechanisms underlying these two inflammatory disorders. Faculty will translate clinical data to help clinicians to select optimal treatments aimed at improving outcomes for patients impacted by PsO and IBD.


Gastroenterology Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, Drs. Peek and Quezada will guide learners through a patient case scenario reflective of the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that exist in racial and ethnic underserved patients with IBD.


Unique Approaches to the Management of Underserved Patients with IBD

The final episode of this CMEOCast podcast series summarizes the discussion points on the racial/ethnic and economic inequality in IBD and offers approaches to mitigate disparities on the level of both individual health care providers and systems. Expert faculty discuss the downstream effects of structural racism, offer tips for utilizing telehealth to engage minorities, and go over the interventions to increase treatment adherence.



The Role of Socioeconomic Factors in Health Care Delivery in IBD

In the second episode of this CMEOCast podcast series, expert faculty focus on the role of SES and gender bias in the treatment of IBD and offer approaches to mitigating these disparities.


Revisiting IBS: Recrafting the Diagnosis for More Timely Treatment and Patient-Centered Care

This on-demand CME Outfitters symposium features an expert panel discussion crafted with a focus on patients with IBS that provides strategies for obtaining accurate diagnosis, presents new and emerging clinical data on the efficacy and safety of IBS therapies, and details approaches for patient-centered care to achieve optimal outcomes.


Maintaining Momentum in the Treatment of Chronic Idiopathic Constipation: Framing Practical Clinical Strategies Through Case Studies

In this CME Outfitters OnDemand symposium, expert faculty frame the CIC decision tree with patient cases in order to achieve a confident diagnosis, implement effective treatment plans to improve outcomes, and improve quality of life for patients with CIC.


The Team, the Team, the Team: Creating a Short Bowel Syndrome Medical Neighborhood

In this CME Outfitters Live and OnDemand webcast, expert faculty in SBS will discuss integrating an interdisciplinary team to optimize the management of patients with SBS, with a focus on applying efficacy and safety data to treatment decision-making and implementing best practices from state-of-the-art intestinal rehabilitation centers in the community to improve access and care.


Bringing UC Clinical Decision-Making into Focus for 2020

Expert faculty will compare the new AGA and ACG guideline recommendations and discuss recent clinical trial and real-world data in order to provide learners with recommendations on selecting the appropriate therapy for individual patients.