In the area of gastroenterology, Paradigm has designed and implemented multiple CME/CE activities focused on Irritable Bowel Syndrome, as well as Diagnostic Technology for Rapid Detection of Common Infectious Diarrheal Agents.
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DIAGNOSING AND MANAGING IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME IN FAMILY PRACTICE: THE LATEST NEWS AND PATIENT VIEWS
The personalized care and therapeutic relationship required for optimal IBS management resides firmly within the purview of family practitioners (FPs), who are known for their care and concern for the whole patient. This program was designed to increase FP awareness of updated diagnostic criteria, new diagnostic tools, and new treatment paradigms through the use of case-based scenarios, and to translate specialist-focused recommendations into family practice, fostering better care of patients with IBS, who often feel frustrated and unheard during clinical encounters.
This activity expired for credit on September 22, 2016
TRUST YOUR GUT: IMPROVING THE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT'S ACUMEN IN IDENTIFYING AND MANAGING IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME AND CHRONIC IDIOPATHIC CONSTIPATION
Using a combination of didactic text, realistic case studies, interactive questions, and audio clips voicing the perspectives of our diverse PA, gastroenterologist, and patient faculty, this web monograph will immerse PAs in current, evidence-based approaches to identifying and managing IBS and CIC and provide strategies for improved patient-clinician communication-widely recognized as a cornerstone of optimal care. Knowledge of these advances, coupled with the patient-centered care PAs are known for, has the potential to greatly elevate both health outcomes and patient satisfaction.
This activity expired for credit on October 15, 2016
BREAKTHROUGHS IN UNDERSTANDING AND TREATING CHRONIC IDIOPATHIC CONSTIPATION AND IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME
This live, interactive CME-certified satellite symposium included didactic lectures and in-depth moderated faculty discussions and Q&A between attendees and faculty. It was presented at ACG 2014. The enduring web monograph was developed from the proceedings of the live symposium, and is accessible via the Paradigm website, www.paradigmmc.com, as well as Paradigm's gastroenterology-focused portal.
This activity expired for credit on January 28, 2016.
UNRAVELING MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT IBS-C AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION IN FAMILY PRACTICE
This live, interactive satellite symposium presented at the AAFP's 2014 Scientific Assembly incorporated ARS technology with didactic lectures, challenging real-world clinical cases, roundtable discussions, and a question and answer session. The enduring, web-based monograph was developed from the proceedings of the live symposium.
This activity expired for credit on October 23, 2014
MANAGING CHRONIC CONSTIPATION AND IBS WITH CONSTIPATION: NEW EVIDENCE OF OVERLAP, DISTINCTIONS, AND IMPROVED TREATMENT STRATEGIES
This live, interactive CME/CE satellite symposium at the Digestive Disease Week 2014 discussed the incidence, impact, and patient management strategies for CC and IBS-C for GI specialists, including differential diagnosis, review of evidence-based guidelines, current therapeutic options, and appropriate use of novel and emerging treatments. An enduring, interactive web monograph was developed from the proceedings of the live symposium to extend the reach to clinicians unable to attend the meeting.
This activity expired for credit on July 25, 2015
This live, interactive CME satellite symposium at the ACP's Internal Medicine 2014 was designed to educate internal medicine specialists on how to correctly characterize and diagnose IBS subtype(s) and chronic idiopathic constipation and appropriately use new and emerging agents that address underlying pathophysiology and target global symptoms. An enduring, interactive CME/CE web monograph was based upon the proceedings of the live symposium, and featured key points of the presentation and faculty discussion.
This activity expired for credit on July 11, 2015
IMPROVING PATIENT CARE: NEW DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGY FOR RAPID DETECTION OF COMMON INFECTIOUS DIARRHEAL AGENTS
This interactive, enduring CME-certified webinar - presented by 3 expert faculty, a gastroenterologist, an infectious disease specialist, and a microbiologist - was designed to increase clinician awareness of new same-day, single-specimen diagnostic assays. It enabled clinicians to identify patients who are candidates for testing and interpret test results according to assay performance characteristics and limitations.
This activity expired for credit on January 24, 2015
This live, CME-certified, didactic and case-based moderator-led interactive satellite symposium at ACG Annual Scientific Meeting 2013, was also streamed as a live webcast, marketed to over 14,400 GI specialists. An on-demand enduring webinar was developed based on the live symposium and was hosted on Paradigm's website (www.paradigmmc.com) and the CECity website (www.cecity.com).
This activity expired for credit on December 2, 2014
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME AND CHRONIC IDIOPATHIC CONSTIPATION: DIAGNOSTIC STRATEGY AND NOVEL THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS
This live, interactive CME roundtable at ACP's Internal Medicine 2013 included didactic lectures, challenging real-world clinical cases, and a Q&A session with the faculty. The on-demand webinar features highlights of the presentation and faculty discussion, covering diagnosis, evidence-based treatment, and strategies for improving clinician-patient communication.
This activity expired for credit on July 15, 2014
STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF IBS-C AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION: EXPERT PERSPECTIVES
Activities in this initiative included satellite symposia at the American College of Gastroenterology, Society of Hospital Medicine, and American College of Chest Physicians Annual Meetings; on-demand webinars; and web- and print-based Gastroenterology Practice Options.