October 2022 Emerging Topic Conference: Controversies and Consensus in Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease

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Alcohol-associated liver disease (ALD) is the leading indication for liver related morbidity, mortality and need for liver transplantation. Alcoholic hepatitis (AH) is a severe form of ALD with a high short-term mortality. This ETC combines the ALD and Liver Transplant Surgery SIGs to develop a combined one and half day program to discuss emerging trends and updates on the disease burden, current treatment options, and future therapies with a focus on updates on early liver transplantation for ALD and AH.


Final Evaluation
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9.50 CME Credits credits  |  Certificate available
9.50 CME Credits credits  |  Certificate available
MOC Evaluation Step 1: Write Reflective Statements
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