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Barrett’s Oesophagus: Epidemiology, diagnosis and clinical management

Speciality Classification
General Practice ( GP ) / Family Medicine
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
1 hour

This module discusses the epidemiology of Barrett’s oesophagus and its relationship to cancer, and considers recent developments around screening and surveillance, in review of the management of dysplasia and early adenocarcinoma arising in Barrett’s oesophagus. It is based on comprehensive Australian guidelines recently published by Cancer Council Australia.

Learning Outcomes

  • Become aware of the risk factors of the disease, and understands the clinical importance of endoscopic surveillance with confirmed Barrett’s oesophagus
  • Be familiar with the Australian guidelines, developed to aid practitioners in managing patients with Barrett’s oesophagus and early oesophageal adenocarcinoma
  • Recognise new techniques to treat patients with dysplasia and early oesophageal adenocarcinoma
  • Provider name

    Medical Journal of Australia

    Provider number

    N/A

    Type

    Reading: journal; textbook; book; literature review

    Duration

    1h : 0m

    CPD Points/Hours

    MBA: 1h : 0m

    Topic

    Head and Neck Diseases

    Audience

    Medical Practitioner, Medical Student, Doctor-in-Training, Non-Vocationally Registered, Nurse / Midwife, Researcher, Retired, Specialist - Other, Specialist General Practitioner

    Delivery
    Title
    Barrett’s Oesophagus: Epidemiology, diagnosis and clinical management
    Interest Areas / Topics Covered
    Clinical specialist, Orthopaedic, Thoracic surgery
    Location
    Provider Type
    Education Provider
    Duration
    1 hour
    CPD Points
    MBA: 1h : 0m
    Price
    Free
    Location
    Online
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