INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR      DISEASES OF THE ESOPHAGUS

  • Home
  • Journal
  • Journal News
  • DOTE Vol 30 / Issue 10 recommendation: Whole greater than the parts: integrated esophageal centers (IEC) and advanced training in esophageal diseases

DOTE Vol 30 / Issue 10 recommendation: Whole greater than the parts: integrated esophageal centers (IEC) and advanced training in esophageal diseases

31 Oct 2017 12:51 AM | Anonymous

The Editors recommend:

Whole greater than the parts: integrated esophageal centers (IEC) and advanced training in esophageal diseases

By G. Triadafilopoulos

 

The management of esophageal diseases is becoming increasingly complex with new diagnostic, endoscopic and surgical techniques for both malignant and benign diseases. To handle this complexity and to  streamline the patient pathway Dr. Triadafilapoulos proposes  the creation of Integrated Esophageal Centers where all the expertise needed to treat esophageal diseases are gathered, including endoscopists, physiologists, surgeons, radiologists and pathologists. These integrated centers should have also educational commitments supporting clinical rotations and advanced esophageal fellowships in esophageal diseases for gastroenterologists and surgeons.

read more here


© International Society for Diseases of the Esophagus 2016

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software