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Social Media: An Unexpected Source of GI Education

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    Many of us use social media to stay connected with family and friends. But have you ever considered using social media to communicate with other clinicians and even earn CME credit? Clinical Director of Gastroenterology and Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital Dr. Aline Charabaty saw that opportunity and used it to create Monday Night IBD, and now Dr. Charabaty is here to talk about that program and the benefits of social media for clinicians with Dr. Neil Nandi.

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    Many of us use social media to stay connected with family and friends. But have you ever considered using social media to communicate with other clinicians and even earn CME credit? Clinical Director of Gastroenterology and Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital Dr. Aline Charabaty saw that opportunity and used it to create Monday Night IBD, and now Dr. Charabaty is here to talk about that program and the benefits of social media for clinicians with Dr. Neil Nandi.

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