Time Commitment: 3 hours and 15 minutes over 6 weeks
Group Size: 40 Maximum Group Members
Credits Available: 3.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, 3.25 ANCC Credit Hours, 3.25 AAPA

A CME/CE-certified curriculum using a small-group platform with meaningful peer-to-peer interactions. The course focuses on implementing a collaborative approach in primary care and gastroenterology settings to improve patient care.

CME/CE Accreditation Information

Self Study

Live Group Discussions

  • Fostering Team-Based IBD Care to Optimize Patient Care and Satisfaction

    This live group discussion will focus on building a collaborative practice model that is equipped to meet the needs of and optimize outcomes for patients with IBD in rural and underserved communities.

  • IBD Therapy Individualization and Collaborative Care: Putting the Evidence to Practice

    This live group discussion will focus on the findings from Group Task 2, a patient case worksheet or a standardized patient interview. Group members will explore how the findings can apply to optimizing IBD management for their current and future patients.

Group Tasks

  • Fostering Team-based IBD Care to Optimize Patient Care and Satisfaction

    Developing a comprehensive, collaborative practice-model to expand and improve care for IBD patients in rural and underserved communities

  • Simulation with Standardized Patient

    Assessing real-world clinical outcomes of team-based IBD care

My Action Plans

  • IBD Care in Practice

    Reflect on the learning from this CME activity and type a few sentences as to how your practice will evolve.

Interested in becoming a Group Leader?

Group leaders should be well versed in IBD diagnosis and management and interested in mentoring colleagues in a peer-to-peer learning experience. Apply Now

Interested in participating in this curriculum? You can join one of the following groups:

Ashwin Ananthakrishnan
Associate Professor
Jody Bauer, MSN, ARNP

Completed Groups

Lisa Malter, MD
Professer of Medicine
Kim Isaacs, MD PhD
Professor of Medicine
Amanda Johnson
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Shannon Chang, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Raymond Cross, MD
Professor of Medicine