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The organizers are pleased to confirm that the CASL Single Topic Conference on Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease program has been approved for a maximum 13.25 hours of Section 1 Credits on behalf of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Following completion of the program, participants will receive a certificate of attendance which will enable them to claim their credits directly online by visiting the website to record learning and outcomes.

The scientific planning committee created a program focusing on alcoholic associated live disease. This will include a wide range of topics for the diverse audience, including epidemiology of the disorder, screening tools, pharmacological therapies, integrated care models and policy. Teaching and discussion will encompass the latest diagnosis and treatment of alcoholic-associated liver disease. 

Following participation in the conference, learners will be able to:

  1. Employ updated screening tools and biomarkers to manage patients identified with addiction
  2. Describe features of a standard approach to care for patients living with AUD and ALD
  3. Evaluate changes in clinical practice of transplant
  4. Explain how effective populated-based policies can be implemented using collaborative community models
  5. Discuss effective communication strategies for patients with AUD and ALD