ABOUT GI ReConnect
June 17-19, 2021
The GI ReConnect initiative will feature a multi-day conference event and archived on-demand presentations. GI ReConnect will commence with a GiHF Annual Leadership Summit for key opinion leaders to review the latest data coming out of DDW2021 and help to finalize content to be used during the community educational updates. The accredited hybrid conference will begin the following day and will feature both live in-person and simulcast livestream options. Educational on-demand video modules will extend the educational reach of this comprehensive initiative, which will deliver focused, educational updates with the most current education and information on gastrointestinal health.
GiHF will work with 100 expert advisors to review key data coming out of DDW2021, develop topic-specific content for the proposed live activities, and address the educational needs of health care providers. The group of advisors will also dedicate a portion of their agenda to planning and developing an outline of topics for future GiHF educational offerings. There will be an industry reception following the leadership summit.
GI ReConnect CONFERENCE
The accredited conference will feature GiHF experts delivering state-of-the-art presentations in an engaging and interactive format to approximately 250 participants in an appropriate outdoor venue designed for socially distanced seating and compliance with COVID-19 state rules and regulations. Renowned gastroenterologists will lead the development of the educational content and will serve as program faculty. The conference will feature didactic presentations on the most dynamic and clinically relevant topics, delivering emerging clinical developments and incorporating expert opinions on best practices for the diagnosis and management of patients’ gastrointestinal health. Presentations will include emerging data from recent publications and congress abstracts and their impact on current diagnostic and management approaches. The conference also will feature parallel breakout sessions by disease topic. These small-group case-based meetings will each be moderated by GiHF panel leaders, providing an important opportunity for participation and exchange.