Fellowship Programs
In the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
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Conference and Outpatient Calendar

Conference and Outpatient Calendar

Beyond inpatient consults and procedures, fellows have exposure to a variety outpatient clinics, procedures, as well as educational conferences  and meetings at each of the different training sites.  Below is a sample schedule and brief description of some of the conferences:










Medicine Grand Rounds
Pancreas Tumor Board
(4:15p – 5:00p)
Digestive Diseases Clinical Conference (4:00p-6:00p) (All Fellows)
*Board Review
• Research /State of the Art, Journal Club
• Clinical Case Review

GI Board Meeting (Motility Group)
(12:00p-1:00p; every Thurs)

Core Curriculum Lectures
(7:00a-8:00a) (All Fellows)

Fellows Meeting
(8:00a-8:30a; 1st Fri) (All Fellows)

Stanford Liver   Liver Transplant Selection Meeting
(12:30p-1:30p) all fellows when on rotation

Liver Radiology Rounds
(2:00p-3:00p) all fellows when on rotation

Liver Pathology Rounds
    Liver Transplant Care Conference
(1:30p-2:30p) all fellows when on rotation

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

Radiology Teaching Conference
(8:00a-9:00a; 1st, 3rd Mon)

GI Journal Club
(8:00a-9:00a; 2nd, 4th Mon)

Pathology Conference
(12:00p-1:00p; 4th Mon)

GI Lunch Lecture
(12:00p-1:00p, 2nd Mon)

Outpatient procedures

Multi-Disciplinary [GI, IR, Surgery, Radiology] Clinical Conference
(12:00p-1:00p; 2nd, 4th Tues)All fellows when on rotation

Liver Tumor Board
(12:00p-1:00p; 3rd Tues)all fellows when on rotation





Palo Alto VA

Pathology Conference
(3:00p-3:30p) all fellows when on rotation
Multi-Disciplinary [GI, Surgery, Radiology] Clinical Conference
(3:30p-4:30p) all fellows when



Endoscopy Improvement Meeting/In-service all fellows when on rotation
(8:00a-9:00a; 1st, 2nd Thurs)

Endoscopy Workshops
(2:00p-3:00p; variable)
All fellows


Digestive Diseases Clinical Conference
Board Review

Wednesdays, 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Fellows and faculty will review board questions with a fellow moderating the session.

Research /State of the Art/Journal Club
Wednesdays, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
The Research Talk/State of the Art Talk/Journal Club aim to educate the audience about important clinical and/or basic research developments that are likely to have a significant impact on patient care. Speakers include fellows, faculty, or guest speakers who present a journal club article review of a recent and important GI article or a summary presentation of a relevant GI topic. In addition, fellows have the opportunity to present an update of their research in order to receive feedback and suggestions from faculty.

Clinical Case Review
Wednesdays, 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
The GI fellows, along with residents and fellows from General Surgery, Transplant Surgery, Thoracic Surgery and Pediatric Gastroenterology participate in this multi-disciplinary conference between September and June. A GI fellow or a presenter from one of the other departments will present an interesting patient and then provide teaching on a topic inspired by the patient case including a review of the recent literature.

Core Curriculum Lectures
Fridays, 7:00 am – 8:00 am
Attendings from the Division of Gastroenterology/Hepatology, Department of Radiology (Diagnostic and Interventional), Department of Pathology and the Department of Epidemiology will lecture on a variety of topics between September and June.

Fellows Program Meeting

Fridays (1st of the month), 8:00 am – 8:30 am
All fellows, program director, and fellowship coordinator meet together to discuss any issues and updates regarding the training program

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