CME accredited AATD liver disease podcast series
Take part in our interactive CME accredited podcast series to explore the role of Alpha anti-trypsin deficiency (AATD) in liver disease. 1.5 CME credits will be awarded for successful completion of the podcast series and knowledge assessment.
- Learn about the role of AATD in liver pathology
- Discover how different AATD genotypes influence the severity of disease
- Review the gold-standard guidelines for screening and diagnosis
- Find out the latest recommendations for management and treatment
Listen to our podcast series to learn all this and more.
CME accredited AATD liver disease podcast series
Earn 1.5 CME credits by listening to this interactive CME accredited podcast series intended for healthcare professionals involved in hepatology, gastroenterology and pulmonology.
Learn more about the role of AATD in liver disease here.
AATD is a rare genetic condition that predisposes individuals to developing severe liver and lung disease. Early screening and diagnosis are essential for optimal disease management, however many clinicians are unaware of the condition to begin with.
Refresh your clinical knowledge of AATD with our panel of experts, Professor Strnad, Professor Teckman and Dr Miravitlles in this CME accredited podcast series reviewing screening, diagnosis, management, and treatment of AATD.
At the completion of the podcast series, you will have the opportunity to test your knowledge in our interactive assessment. Upon successful completion, 1.5 CME credits will be awarded.
(90 mins total)
|1||What is AATD and how does it impact the liver and the lung?||24 mins|
|2||AATD genotypes involved in liver disease||27 mins|
|3||Screening, diagnosis, and guideline recommendations for AATD management||19 mins|
|4||Treatment options for AATD-associated liver disease and current unmet needs||20 mins|
On completion of this module, participants will understand:
- Aetiology, pathology and genetic basis of AATD
- Gold-standard guideline recommendations for screening and diagnosis of AATD
- Strategies for treatment and management of AATD liver disease
- Unmet needs in people with AATD and the future of AATD clinical research
This activity has been designed to meet the educational needs of gastroenterologists, hepatologists, pulmonologists, genetic counsellors, GPs and specialist nurses.
USF Health and EPG Health adheres to the Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Education. All individuals in a position to influence content have disclosed to USF Health and EPG Health any financial relationship with an ineligible organisation. USF Health has reviewed and mitigated all relevant financial relationships related to the content of the activity. The relevant financial relationships are listed below.
Meet the experts
Professor Pavel Strnad
Clinic for Gastroenterology at the University Hospital RWTH Aachen, Germany
Professor Pavel Strnad is a full professor and leading physician at the University Hospital Aachen, Germany. Professor Strnad is heading a European initiative for the study of alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency-associated liver disease and is helping develop new therapies for this rare disorder. His scientific interests include metabolic liver disease, liver cirrhosis and complications, keratins and iron metabolism. His clinical focus is on novel treatments, end-stage liver disease and liver transplantation.
Professor Jeffrey Teckman
Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology in the Department of Pediatrics, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, United States
Professor Jeffrey Teckman is Professor of Pediatrics and Biochemistry at Saint Louis University School of Medicine and Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, and was named as the Drs. James and Patricia Monteleone Endowed Chair in Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology. He has studied liver injury and the model of alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency for 30 years and has participated in clinical research studies in a variety of diseases including alpha-1, cystic fibrosis, hepatitis C, hepatitis B, and metabolic diseases. He holds several patents in liver disease and has been a leader in bringing new therapies of alpha-1 disease to clinical trials.
Dr Marc Miravitlles
Hospital Universitari Vall d’Hebron / Vall d’Hebron Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain
Dr Marc Miravitlles is senior researcher and consultant at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona. He was Chair of the Respiratory Infections Group of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and Guidelines Director of the ERS. He has acted as a consultant for the development of international guidelines of COPD, including the American Thoracic Society (ATS)/ERS guidelines on exacerbations of COPD and the ERS statement on management of respiratory disease in alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD). He was the founder of the Spanish Registry for AATD in 1992 and is the co-chair of EARCO, the European Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Research Collaboration (EARCO) Registry of the ERS since 2018.
Dr Marc Miravitlles - Consultancy fees from Atriva Therapeutics, CSL Behring, Inhibrx, Mereo Biopharma (relationship terminated), Spin Therapeutics (relationship terminated), ONO Pharma (relationship terminated), Takeda, Novo Nordisk and Grifols.Grants/research suport from Grifols. Speaker’s bureau fees from Kamada, Takeda, CSL Behring and Grifols.
Professor Pavel Strnad - Advisory board or panel fees from Albireo, Dicerna, Intellia, Takeda, Ono Pharmaceuticals, CSL Behring, Grifols Inc. Consultancy fees from Dicerna, Intellia, Takeda, Ono Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi.Grants/research support from CSL Behring, Grifols, Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Vertex Pharmaceuticals and Dicerna Pharmaceuticals.
Professor Jeffrey Teckman - Advisory board or panel fees from Takeda and BioMarin. Consultancy fees from Arrowhead, Dicerna, BioMarin, NovoNordisk, Beam Therapeutics, Camp4 Therapeutics, Centessa, Intellia, KorroBio, NeuBase, Takeda, UniQure and Vertex.Grants research support from Arrowhead, BioMarin, Camp4 Therapeutics, KorroBio, Takeda, UniQure and Vertex.
Reviewer, Alicia Canalejo, MSN, APRN-C has no financial interests/relationships or affiliations in relation to this activity.
USF Health and EPG Health staff have no relevant financial interests/relationships or affiliations in relation to this activity.
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