Data from - Curated by EPG Health - Date added 09 November 2017


For two days, starting on the 9th November, Florida will play host to the AIBD 2017 Congress which welcomes invitees from various specialties with an interest in advances in inflammatory bowel diseases.

The scientific programme is divided into a clinical track, nursing and advanced practice track, a paediatric track and a surgical track, with debate, meet-the-experts, special events and symposia.

The organisers say this of the event:

‘Held on November 9-11, 2017 in Orlando, Florida, the 2017 Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases is designed to be the premier event that meets the growing educational needs of healthcare professionals and researchers who study and manage patients with inflammatory bowel diseases.

‘Over the course of three intensive days, clinicians will gain practice-changing knowledge which can be implemented immediately, researchers will stay abreast of the evolving scientific landscape, nurses and allied healthcare providers will develop and share best practices in multidisciplinary care, and surgeons will observe and gain insight into the latest advances and techniques.

‘From education to networking, AIBD 2017 provides everything you need to improve the care of your patients and advance your career in the field.


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