2015 PG Course: Advances in Foregut Surgery (n=658)

48.6% (n=101) of attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course reported no management of gastric or esophageal lesions endoscopically over prior 3 months of practice, and another 30.3% (n=63) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for management of gastric or esophageal lesions endoscopically among attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course was 2.6/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

73% (n=149) of attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course reported no management of esophageal cancer with MIS techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 19.6% (n=40) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for management of esophageal cancer with MIS techniques among attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course was 2.5/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

61.3% (n=125) of attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course reported no management of gastric cancer with MIS techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 31.9% (n=65) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for management of gastric cancer with MIS techniques among attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course was 3.2/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

10.8% (n=22) of attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course reported no hiatal hernia repairs over prior 3 months of practice, and another 30.5% (n=62) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for hiatal hernia repairs among attendees of the Advances in Foregut Surgery PG Course was 4.3/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

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