Each month, the CDI team rounds up some of the latest #GIcommunity research, news, and trends, and how they impact functional GI diagnostics and treatment of patients worldwide.
This month, we are featuring resources and highlights from Digestive Disease Week® (DDW®), which took place this month in San Diego and virtually from May 21-24, 2022.
Registered participants can access session recordings, ePosters, and additional content on-demand through August. And don’t forget to save the date for DDW 2023, taking place May 6-9, 2023, in Chicago, IL, and virtually.
Daily Highlights from DDW
DDW 2022 feature more than 3,300 oral abstract and poster presentations and 400 original lecture sessions across 17 DDW Session Tracks. Session tracks include disease categories like Functional GI and Motility Disorders, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, and Stomach and Small Bowel Disorders, as well as general industry topics like Technologies and Procedural Innovations, Health Care Delivery, Disparities and Quality, and Clinical Practice.
Industry Publications Coverage of DDW
With presentations and research papers ranging from the impact of COVID-19 to clinical best practices and the latest research and technological advances, industry media publications provided daily coverage during the meeting. Here are a few stories our team is following:
- Intestinal Adsorbent Offers Promise for Irritable Bowel Syndrome With Diarrhea
- Artificial Intelligence in Gastroenterology: Current and Future Impacts
- Antibiotics Heighten Risk for IBD in Seniors
- AI mobile app improves on ‘subjective’ patient-reported stool assessment in IBS
- Vibrating pill counters constipation
Click the links below for additional meeting coverage:
Registration Open for Mid-Year 2022 Functional GI Trends Webinar
With so much educational content coming out of DDW 2022, the GI community is welcome to join CDI, My Total Health, and an expert gastroenterologist panel for our annual Mid-Year Functional GI Trends Webinar that will break down the most significant trends and hottest topics from the meeting while also providing real-life experiences and practical knowledge to help improve patient care. This year’s Mid-Year Functional GI Trends Webinar will take place on Thursday, June 2nd, from 7:30pm to 8:30pm.