12 episodes

Join gastroenterologists Matthew Whitson, Nina Nandy, and CS Tse as they gather with their early career peers and GI veterans alike for small talk on big topics in gastroenterology. Get ready to laugh, enhance your practice skills and advance your career with this podcast from the American Gastroenterological Association.

Small Talk, Big Topic‪s‬ American Gastroenterological Association (AGA)

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Join gastroenterologists Matthew Whitson, Nina Nandy, and CS Tse as they gather with their early career peers and GI veterans alike for small talk on big topics in gastroenterology. Get ready to laugh, enhance your practice skills and advance your career with this podcast from the American Gastroenterological Association.

    Shahnaz Sultan and Joseph Lim: Inside the guideline development process

    Shahnaz Sultan and Joseph Lim: Inside the guideline development process

    We’re answering your most pressing guideline-related question: “what do we do with strong recommendation, low-quality evidence?” Listen as our hosts speak with AGA’s leaders in clinical guidance development to demystify how AGA Guidelines and Clinical Practice Updates are developed and how they should be used in practice.

    David Rubin: 20+ insights to improve your IBD patient care

    David Rubin: 20+ insights to improve your IBD patient care

    On the heels of the 2021 Crohn’s & Colitis Congress®, Dr. David Rubin is on the podcast to share highlights from the meeting and how to bring them back to your patients. We cover everything from the COVID-19 vaccine, the most insightful new research, the role of diet as a therapy, how to implement shared decision making with patients, if there is a breakthrough drug on the horizon, and much more.

    Susan Reynolds: Burnout - how to spot it and take action

    Susan Reynolds: Burnout - how to spot it and take action

    In this special GI Forging Forward edition of Small Talk, Big Topics, we have Dr. Susan Reynolds on the podcast to bring you her professional advice on stress management, avoiding burnout, and tips to maintain your physical and mental wellness. GI Forging Forward is AGA's practical educational training program covering timely topics for GIs through the lens of COVID-19. GI Forging Forward is supported by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases of the National Institutes of Health (award number R25DK118761).

    Amrita Sethi and Mythili Prabhu Pathipati: Women in GI innovation

    Amrita Sethi and Mythili Prabhu Pathipati: Women in GI innovation

    Drs. Amrita Sethi and Mythili Prabhu Pathipati are on the podcast to discuss how to bring innovation into your clinical practice. They also share how to create a career focused on innovation and resources to help you expand your network.

    BONUS Holiday Episode

    BONUS Holiday Episode

    Join our hosts Drs. Matthew Whitson, Nina Nandy and CS Tse as they discuss holiday plans, scoping playlists, upcoming podcast guests, and much more.

    Octavia Pickett-Blakely: Nutrition for the clinical GI

    Octavia Pickett-Blakely: Nutrition for the clinical GI

    There is an expectation that gastroenterologists are experts in nutrition, but where is nutrition in the GI fellowship curriculum? GI nutrition expert Dr. Octavia Pickett-Blakely is on the podcast to provide practical guidance on how to incorporate dietary counselling into your patient care.

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19 Ratings

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