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Mar 2

1PM - 2PM ET

Hospitalizations in Short Bowel Syndrome Patients

Tausif Siddiqui, MD, Cleveland Clinic
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Analyze the trend of increasing hospitalizations in patients with short bowel syndrome (SBS) in the United States over a decade
  2. Identify the leading causes for hospital admissions in SBS patients
  3. Summarize the financial burden of hospitalizations in SBS patients

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Palliative HPN in the UK Before and During COVID

Antje Teubner, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe HPN decision making in the palliative patient cohort in the UK
  2. Explain the practice of remote discharge examples in the UK
  3. Summarize palliative HPN management throughout the COVID pandemic

Medical Management of Intestinal Failure

Tim Vanuytsel, MD, PhD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe the medical management of intestinal failure
  2. Discuss the position of growth factor use in SBS-IF
  3. Outline outcomes of intestinal failure


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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.