February 22, 2024/Cleveland Clinic Florida

7th EndoNurse & EndoTech Course: From Classroom to Hands-On Experience


Endoscopic equipment and techniques are an evolving field. Updates are necessary to keep up with the growth of GI practice. Cleveland Clinic Florida has a strong GI faculty with subspecialty training and interests who, through teaching and research, are at the forefront of gastroenterology and endoscopy.


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Nurses, technicians and additional support staff are important members of the team in the GI suite. Education and training opportunities are limited and we are pleased to present a course which covers usual clinical scenarios, followed by hands‐on sessions where nurses and ancillary staff have a chance to handle equipment. We look forward to filling this unmet need for education in the region.

By Participating, You Will Be Able To:

  • Review common diseases of the gastrointestinal tract as they pertain to endoscopic procedures
  • Discuss routine as well as advanced endoscopic techniques and tools
  • Acquire a working knowledge of endoscopic tools during the hands‐on sessions

Who Should Attend?

Gastroenterology nurses, technicians and other related healthcare professionals


Cleveland Clinic Florida, Jagelman Conference Center

Weston, Florida

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