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The Learn Intestinal Failure TeleECHO Clinic (LIFT-ECHO)—launched by Kishore Iyer, at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York—is an online community of medical professionals dedicated to supporting the treatment and management of intestinal failure patients.

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Tuesday

Feb 2

1PM - 2PM ET

Catheter-related Bloodstream Infections in Chronic IF

Didactic: 
Simon Lal, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe the prevalence of catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSIin chronic intestinal failure (CIF)
  2. Describe approaches to reducing incidence of CRBSI in CIF
  3. Discuss management of CRBSI in CIF

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Current Status of Growth Factor Use in Children

Beth Carter, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Summarize overall outcomes in children with GLP-2
  2. Outline the approach to use of GLp-2 analogs in children with SBS-IF
  3. Discuss real-world experience with GLP-2 use in pediatric patients with SBS-IF

Inequities in SBS Care in Europe

Stephane Schneider, MD, PhD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Understand the management of SBS care in Europe
  2. Describe differences in  SBS care in different geographies
  3. Understand approaches to developing IF expertise across Europe

LIFT-ECHO Program

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December 9, 2020

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Sanjeev Arora, founder of Project ECHO, has been named the 2021 Brock Prize Laureate. This prestigious honor is given in recognition of ideas proven to enhance education across the globe.The prize itself consists of $50,000, a vellum certificate, and a bust of Sequoyah. It is awarded for an idea, not a person.

Congratulations to Dr. Arora and Project ECHO on this amazing achievement. We are so proud to be part of this movement. 

September 3, 2020

Case studies are a vital part of what makes Project ECHO such an effective learning tool. Gaining insight from other clinicians hones medical expertise, and can even save lives. If you have a challenging IF, SBS and/or Parenteral Nutrition case, and are interested in presenting or learning more about it, please fill out our survey and a member of our team will be in touch.