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Post-Operative Management of Crohn’s Disease & Initiation of a Biologic (Video 3)

Post-Operative Management of Crohn’s Disease & Initiation of a Biologic (Video 3)
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    The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation and NYU Langone Health have joined forces to provide gastroenterology fellows in training with an online Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinical Case Simulation Video Library.

    Originally developed as part of the Foundation’s Visiting IBD (VIBD) Fellowship Program due to COVID restrictions, this library features an introduction video, followed by 10 videos that feature clinical scenario simulations of leading IBD experts with patients (played by actors), to provide a virtual clinical educational opportunity across the gamut of IBD care for gastroenterology fellows.

    Within each video is a physician-patient clinical case simulation (about 15 minutes), followed by a short review of clinical and professional teaching points by  teaching faculty from the Foundation’s Professional Education Committee (about 5 minutes).  Please be sure to view the Library videos in order (videos 1-11), and to review the learning objectives (below) for the simulation training before starting the video.

    Video 3 -- focused on the post-operative management of Crohn’s disease and initiation of a biologic – is taught by Animesh Jain, MD, who leads the clinical visit simulation and also provides the debrief and teaching points after the simulation.  If you have not yet viewed Video 1, the introduction to this video series, please watch it here before proceeding to watch videos 2 -11 in order.

    *Please note these videos depict simulations of possible clinical care scenarios (using actors as patients), intended for use by physicians in training for educational and informational purposes only. They are not intended for use by the public, and must not be used as medical advice or to determine diagnosis or treatment. Any individual having gastrointestinal symptoms, or any symptoms of illness, should see their own physician or healthcare provider for medical evaluation, diagnosis, and advice.

    • Overview

      View IBD Clinical Case Simulation Training Video Library (Video 3), on “ Post-Operative Management of Crohn’s Disease & Initiation of a Biologic,” and enjoy the IBD Clinical Case Simulation Training Video Library educational experience for gastroenterology fellows by also viewing videos 4-11 on the IBD Clinical Hub. If you have not yet viewed Video 1, the introduction to this video series, please watch it here before proceeding to watch videos 2 -11 in order.

      Learning Objectives:

      1. Understand general concepts in post-operative management of Crohn’s disease, including rationale for starting medication post-operatively
      2. Review risk factors for post-operative recurrence
      3. Understand follow-up & long-term management of patients after bowel resection in Crohn’s disease, including timing of follow-up colonoscopies
      4. Understand concepts in initiation of biologic therapy, including how to discuss initiation of a biologic with patients
      5. Observe an example of shared decision-making when choosing new therapy for a patient

      *Please note these videos depict simulations of possible clinical care scenarios (using actors as patients), intended for use by physicians in training for educational and informational purposes only. They are not intended for use by the public, and must not be used as medical advice or to determine diagnosis or treatment. Any individual having gastrointestinal symptoms, or any symptoms of illness, should see their own physician or healthcare provider for medical evaluation, diagnosis, and advice. 

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