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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. Diagnosis, Endoscopic Features, and Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. New England Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Nursing, Boston, MA February, 2012
2. Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Medical College of Georgia February, 2012
3. Gastric Lymphoma: Diagnosis and Treatment. Grand Rounds Division of Gastroenterology, Mount Sinai Medical School February, 2012
4. Diagnosis, Pathophysiology and Treatment of Achalasia. Grand Rounds Division of Gastroenterology, Mount Sinai Medical School February, 2012
5. The Genetics of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Grand Rounds Division of Gastroenterology, Mount Sinai Medical School February, 2012
6. The Treatment of Choice for Pyoderma Gangrenosum Associated with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Intravenous Cyclosporine. Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Mount Sinai Medical School February, 2012
7. 'Diabetes and Scleroderma: Disorders of Gastrointestinal Motility. Grand Rounds Division of Gastroenterology, Mount Sinai Medical School February, 2012
8. Novel Therapeutics in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Medical Grand Rounds Brigham and Women’s Hospital February, 2012
9. The Efficacy of a Ten Year Surveillance Program in 260 Crohn’s Colitis Patients. Oral Presentation Digestive Disease Week, Orlando, FL February, 2012
10. Diagnosis and Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease CME-Accredited Roundtable University of Chicago Medical School, Chicago, IL. (Proctor and Gamble.) February, 2012
11. Surveillance and Management of Dysplasia in Inflammatory Bowel Disease CME-Accredited Symposium in Colon Cancer and IBD Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA February, 2012
12. Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Pregnancy CME-accredited course entitled, Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease St. Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO February, 2012
13. Colon Cancer and Dysplasia in Inflammatory Bowel Disease CME-Accredited and Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation-sponsored course on colorectal cancer Baltimore, MD February, 2012
14. Pregnancy and Fertility in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Meet the Experts Panel on IBD Richmond, VA February, 2012
15. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease GI Course New York University, New York, NY February, 2012
16. Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Medical Grand Rounds Christiana Hospital, Newark, DE February, 2012
17. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease North Shore Medical Center, Long Island, NY February, 2012
18. Sexuality and Fertility in IBD University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA February, 2012
19. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease UT Southwestern IBD Course, Irving TX February, 2012
20. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Columbia University, New York, NY February, 2012
21. Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease University of Richmond, Richmond VA February, 2012
22. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease IBD Rounds Mount Sinai Medical Center February, 2012
23. Challenges in the Management of Ulcerative Colitis Grand Rounds Unity Hospital, Rochester , NY February, 2012
24. Challenges in the Management of Ulcerative Colitis Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk, CT February, 2012
25. Challenging Issues in Ulcerative Colitis Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury, CT February, 2012
26. The effects of prenatal intracranial infusion of tetrodotoxin on naturally occurring retinal ganglion cell death and optic nerve ultrastructure. Oral Presentation Society of Neuroscience Convention, Toronto, Canada February, 2012
27. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Visiting Inflammatory Bowel Disease Professorship Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada February, 2012
28. Colon Cancer and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Visiting Inflammatory Bowel Disease Professorship University of Sherbrooke, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada February, 2012
29. Factors affecting long-term outcome of infliximab therapy in Crohn’s disease. Sachdev R, Friedman S, Wolf J, Strate L, Banks P. Poster presentation, Digestive Disease Week, Orlando FL, 2003. February, 2012
30. De-epithelialization with Seton placement or curettage is effective primary therapy for perianal fistulae in Crohn’s disease Tilson RS, Friedman S, Banks P, Bleday R, Breen E Poster presentation, Digestive Disease Week, New Orleans, LA, 2004. February, 2012
31. Is a colonoscopic surveillance program required for patients with chronic Crohn’s colitis? Friedman S, Rubin, P, Bodian C, Harpaz N, and Present D A prospective study. Poster presentation, DDW 2007. February, 2012
32. Do Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease Worry About Their Risk of Colon Cancer? Friedman S, Torgersen L, Cheifitz A, Farraye F. A Study of Patients’ Perception of Their Colon Cancer Risk. Poster Presentation ACG 2007. February, 2012
33. Non-Adherence to Surveillance Colonoscopy in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Assessing the Risk. Friedman S, Torgersen J, Cheifitz A, Farraye F Poster Presentation ACG 2007. February, 2012
34. Torgersen L, Cheifitz, Farraye F, Friedman S. Where do IBD patients get their information? Torgersen L, Cheifitz, Farraye F, Friedman S. Poster Presentation AGA 2008. February, 2012
35. Inflammatory Bowel Disease Symposium, Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, PA February, 2012
36. Northeastern Pennsylvania Inflammatory Bowel Disease Symposiums February, 2012
37. Irritable Bowel Syndrome Office Practice of Primary Care Medicine, Harvard Medical School February, 2012
38. Evaluating the Patient With Chronic Diarrhea Medical Grand Rounds Brigham and Women’s Hospital February, 2012
39. Inflammatory Bowel Disease Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s 27th Annual Office Practice of February, 2012
40. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Harvard GI Course February, 2012
41. Diverticulitis and IBS Harvard Medical School Pathophysiology Course February, 2012
42. Novel Therapies in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Newton-Wellesley Hospital February, 2012
43. Diagnosis and Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Lemuel-Shattuck Hospital February, 2012
44. Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Jordan Hospital, Plymouth, MA February, 2012
45. Diagnosis and Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, Deaconess-Waltham Hospital, Waltham, MA February, 2012
46. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Grand Rounds Gastroenterology Division, Massachusetts General Hospital February, 2012
47. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Brighton, MA February, 2012
48. Primary Care of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients. New England Association of Nurse Practitioners (NPACE), Boston, MA February, 2012
49. New Developments in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Lankenau Hospital, Paoli, PA February, 2012
50. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.'' Grand Rounds Department of Medicine, New England Medical Center, Boston, MA February, 2012
51. Management of Pregnancy and Nursing in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. New England Association of Nurse Practitioners (NPACE) February, 2012
52. Irritable Bowel Syndrome Department of Medicine. Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, Martha’s Vineyard, MA February, 2012
53. Fertility and Pregnancy in IBD and Osteoporosis in IBD Maine GI Day, Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME February, 2012
54. Pregnancy and Fertility in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Visiting Inflammatory Bowel Disease Professorship University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. February, 2012
55. How to Manage the Risk of Colon Cancer in IBD Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation Patient Symposium ,Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Dartmouth, NH February, 2012
56. Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Medical Grand Rounds Morton Hospital, Morton, MA February, 2012
57. Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Symposium/ Participant in Expert Panel (City-wide) Boston, MA February, 2012
58. Pregnancy and Fertility in Inflammatory Bowel Disease GI Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital February, 2012
59. Pregnancy and Fertility in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Medical Grand Rounds South Shore Medical Center, Cohasset, MA February, 2012
60. Pregnancy and Fertility in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. GI Grand Rounds New England Medical Center February, 2012
61. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease GI Course University of Vermont, Stowe, VT February, 2012
62. Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Medical Grand Rounds Lahey Clinic, Peabody, MA February, 2012
63. Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Medical Grand Rounds Lowell Hospital, Lowell, MA February, 2012
64. Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease GI Grand Rounds Lahey Clinic, Burlington MA February, 2012
65. The Treatment of Choice for Pyoderma Gangrenosum Associated with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Intravenous Cyclosporine. Oral Presentation Digestive Disease Week, Washington, DC February, 2012
66. Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Harvard Medical School and Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital January, 2000
67. Inflammatory Diseases of the Colon Harvard Medical School’s Update in General Internal Medicine for Subspecialists January, 2000
68. Clostridia colitis. American College of Colon Rectal Surgeons, St. Louis, MO April, 1990
69. Anal manometry. New England Meeting, Newport, RI April, 1990
70. Manometry, horseshoe fistulas, anorectal surgery. Sansom Course, Santa Barbara, California February, 1990
71. Factors influencing the quality of life in retired inflammatory bowel disease probands Reed J, Calkins B, Rosen L Falk Symposium No. 60, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases-Progress in Basic Research and Clinical Implications. Freiburg, Germany January, 1990
72. Anorectal surgery in the renal dialysis patient. St. Louis, MO January, 1990
73. Hemorrhoid surgery in the pregnant patient. St. Louis, MO January, 1990
74. Familial prevalence of IBD in Eastern Pennsylvania.'' Reed JF, Calkins BM, Rosen L, Stefanko K Falk Symposium No. 56, Trends in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Halifax, Nova Scotia January, 1990
75. Concordance/discordance in familial incidence of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis Reed JF, Rosen L. Calkins BM Falk Symposium No. 56, Trends in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Therapy, Halifax, Nova Scotia January, 1990
76. The occurrence of extra-intestinal complications in IBD patients by location of lesion and family history of IBD Calkins BM, Reed JF, Rosen L Falk Symposium No. 56, Trends in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Therapy, Halifax, Nova Scotia January, 1990
77. Factors associated with family history of inflammatory Bowel disease among young ulcerative colitis probands. Calkins B, Reed J, Rosen L Falk Symposium No. 60, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases-Progress in Basic Research and Clinical Implications, Freiburg, Germany January, 1990
78. Assessment of disease activity in a registry of inflammatory bowel disease patients Reed JF III, Faust LA, Rosen L. Falk Symposium No. 60, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases-Progress in Basic Research and Clinical Implications, Freiburg, Germany January, 1990
79. Factors associated with family history of inflammatory bowel disease among young Crohn's disease colitis probands. Calkins B, Reed J, Rosen L. Falk Symposium No. 60, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases-Progress in Basic Research and Clinical Implications, Freiburg, Germany January, 1990
80. Hemorrhoidectomy - overnight stay study: Lehigh Valley Hospital Center. Meeting of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Toronto, Ontario, Canada June, 1989
81. Colonoscopy in patients with family history of colorectal cancer. Meeting of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Toronto, Ontario, Canada June, 1989
82. Potential sex and relationship bias for familial disease among inflammatory bowel disease probands in a registry in Eastern Pennsylvania. Reed JF, Calkins BM, Rosen L 3rd international Symposium on Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Jerusalem January, 1989
83. Inflammatory bowel disease among family members of Crohn's disease probands in a registry in Eastern Pennsylvania Reed JF, Calkins BM, Rosen L 3rd International Symposium on Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Jerusalem January, 1989
84. A comparison of factors between inflammatory bowel disease probands with and without a family history: preliminary analysis Reed JF, Calkins BM, Rosen L the 3rd International Symposium on Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Jerusalem January, 1989
85. Transanal excision of rectal cancer. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Anaheim, California June, 1988
86. Anorectal incontinence. American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons January, 1988
87. Ulcerative proctitis. Pennsylvania Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons May, 1987
88. Retrorectal tumors, is biopsy risky? Southern Medical Association January, 1986
89. Crohn's Perianal Disease. New Jersey Colon and Rectal Society January, 1986
90. Anal incontinence. New England Colon and Rectal Society January, 1985
91. Anorectal incontinence. Pennsylvania Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Meeting, Union League, Philadelphia, PA January, 1985
92. Horseshoe fistulas. New England Colon and Rectal Society January, 1985
93. Colon surgery on the obese. Pennsylvania Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Meeting, Union League, Philadelphia, PA January, 1982



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