The podcast of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology (CAG). Digestible Bites of GI Education!
The CAG Podcast is primarily intended to meet the educational needs of the CAG membership, including Adult and Pediatric Gastroenterologists, Basic Scientists and Trainees. Content valid on the date recorded, recommendations may change over time.
Episode 37: Post-Congress Podcast Program: Highlights of the 2020 UEGW - Dr. John Marshall, McMaster University and Dr. Talia Zenlea, University of Toronto
In this episode, Dr. Marshall and Dr. Zenlea will discuss highlights of the 2020 United European Gastroenterology Week meeting, held on October 11-13, 2020.
- Review the key abstracts and data presented at UEGW 2020
- Identify the key clinical question addressed by each data point
- Discuss the clinical relevance and impact on each patient
Episode 36: Insights into Gastric Cancer: A Physician-Scientists Perspective - Dr. Richard Peek, Vanderbilt University - the 2020 McKenna Lecturer
In this episode, Dr. Peek, the 2020 McKenna Lecturer, discusses Gastric Cancer from a Physician - Scientists Perspective.
This episode was recorded during the 2020 Trainee Programs in Montréal, Quebec
Episode 35: On Colonoscopy Quality, Adenomas, and the Proverbial Tree - Dr. Catherine Dubé, University of Ottawa
In this episode, Dr. Dubé, the 2020 Ivan Beck Memorial Lecturer, discusses colonoscopy quality, guidelines and colorectal cancer screening.
This episode was recorded during the 2020 GRIT Program in Montréal, Quebec
Episode 34: Updates on EUS Therapeutics - Dr. Saad Alrajhi and Dr. Yen. I. Chen, McGill University
In this episode Dr. Alrajhi and Dr. Chen will discuss the latest advancements in Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) including:
- EUS biliary drainage
- EUS gall bladder drainage
Episode 33: A Basic Overview of Advanced Endoscopy - Dr. Jenan Ghaith and Dr. Elaine Yong, University of Toronto
In this episode Dr. Ghaith and Dr. Yong will discuss:
- the difference between linear and radial Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS)
- how EUS imaging and cross-sectional imaging compare
- other therapeutic modalities of EUS including using micro forceps
Episode 32: The 2019 Ivan Beck Memorial Lecture - Periampullary Thoughts for a Successful Career in the Future - Dr. Franzjosef Schweiger
In this episode Dr. Schweiger, who was awarded as the 2019 Ivan Beck Memorial Lecturer recipient, addresses the
GRIT trainees with his inspirational presentation 'Periampullary Thoughts for a Successful Career in the Future’