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National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

Workshop on Reducing Alcohol-associated Liver Disease (ALD) Burden through Early Screening and Management in the General Population

Event

Date:

April 17, 2024 - 8:00 AM to April 18, 2024 - 12:00 PM

Details:

A Workshop on Reducing Alcohol-associated Liver Disease (ALD) Burden through Early Screening and Management in the General Population
Sponsored by National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
April 17-18, 2024, Conference Center, 6700B Rockledge Dr. Bethesda, MD 20892

Location:

Conference Center, 6700B Rockledge Dr. Bethesda, MD 20892

Program Information:

WEDNESDAY, April 17, 2024

8:00am-8:10am  OPENING AND WELCOME

Organizing Committee:
Vijay Shah, MD-Mayo Clinic (Chair)
Joe Wang, PhD-NIAAA, Sumeet Asrani, MD-Baylor University Medical Center, Jessica Mellinger, MD-University of Michigan, Stacy Sterling DrPH-Kaiser Permanente, Svetlana Radaeva, PhD-NIAAA, Laura Kwako, PhD-NIAAA, and Kathy Jung, PhD-NIAAA

Opening Remarks: George Koob, PhD-Director, NIAAA

  SESSION 1: INTRODUCTION Moderators: Vijay Shah, MD-Mayo Clinic and Kathy Jung, PhD-NIAAA
8:10am-8:20am  Scope of This Workshop and Its Major Objectives Kathy Jung, PhD-NIAAA
8:20am-8:40am  ALD Burden Overview: Natural History, Clinical Presentations, Interventions and Limitation, and Burden Doug Simonetto, MD-Mayo Clinic
8:40am-9:00am    Characteristics of Populations with Asymptomatic ALD Tiffany Wu, MD-Mayo Clinic
9:00am-9:10am Clinician’s Perspective on Alcohol Use and ALD in Primary Care Jeff Zsohar, MD-Baylor University Medical Center
9:10am-9:20am  Clinician’s Perspective on Alcohol Use and ALD in Addiction/Rehab Clinics Murtuza Ghadiali, MD-Kaiser Permanente
9:20am-9:30am     Discussion and Recommendations  
9:30am-9:40am Break  
  SESSION 2: ALCOHOL USE SCREENING AND INTERVENTION IN DIFFERENT SETTINGS Moderators: Stacy Sterling, DrPH-Kaiser Permanente, and Laura Kwako, PhD-NIAAA
9:40am-10:10am Current Practice on Alcohol Use Screening/detection/diagnosis Kathy Bradley, MD, PhD-Kaiser Permanente
10:10am-10:40am Brief Interventions in Different settings –Including Patients with ALD Anne Fernandez, MD-University of Michigan
10:40am-11:00am Tele-health Brief Intervention (BI) in Liver Care Derek Satre, PhD-UC San Francisco
11:00am-11:20am eHealth-based Intervention Tools, Cost Effectiveness, and Unmet Needs Allison Lin, MD-University of Michigan
11:20am-11:40am Pulling It All Together: Unmet Needs, Gaps and Opportunities Jessica Mellinger, MD-University of Michigan
11:40am-1:00pm  Lunch Break  
  SESSION 3: BREAKING BARRIERS TO EARLY DETECTION OF ALD: IDENTIFYING AT-RISK INDIVIDUALS FOR ISEASE PREVENTION Moderators: Sumeet Asrani, MD-Baylor University Medical Center and Svetlana Radaeva, PhD-NIAAA
1:00pm-1:25pm Current State Strategies for identification of At-Risk Individuals for ALD detection and progression in the US Brian Lee, MD-University of Southern California
1:25pm-1:50pm   Global Efforts for Early Detection for ALD: Lessons from Europe and Asia Maja Thiele, MD/PhD- Odense University Hospital and University of Southern Denmark
1:50pm-2:15pm Inclusivity in Healthcare: Tailored Approaches to ALD Screening in Diverse Rural and Underserved Communities Marina Serper, MD-University of Pennsylvania
2:15pm-2:40pm Empowering Health through Integration (Looking into the future) Michael Lucey, MD-University of Wisconsin
2:40pm-3:00pm Discussion and Recommendations  
3:00pm-3:15pm Break  
  SESSION 4: INTEGRATION OF CARE DELIVERY Moderators: Jessica Mellinger, MD-University of Michigan and Laura Kwako, PhD-NIAAA
3:15pm-3:35pm A Social Economical Model for ALD prevention Sumeet Asrani MD-Baylor University Medical Center
3:35pm-4:05pm  Current Practice on Care Delivery vs. Integrated Care Delivery for Early ALD Detection and Prevention/Intervention in US Healthcare Systems Andrea DiMartini, MD-University of Pittsburgh
4:05pm-4:25pm Emerging and Potential Models for Integrated Care Delivery for Early ALD Detection and Intervention, Beneficial in the Future Victor Chen, MD-John Hopkins University
4:25pm-4:55pm Unmet Needs, Resources and Partners, Including Financial Support Models for Integrated Care, Public Health Policy Lamia Haque, MD-Yale University
4:55pm-5:15pm Discussion and Recommendations  

 

THURSDAY, April 18, 2024

8:00am-9:40am SESSION 5: BARRIERS AND SOLUTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEGRATED CARE DELIVERY IN THE REAL WORLD  Moderators: Jessica Mellinger MD-University of Michigan and Stacy Sterling, DrPH-Kaiser Permanente
8:00am-8:20am KPNC Primary Care Implementation Experience Stacy Sterling, DrPH-Kaiser Permanente
8:20am-8:40am  Real-world Implementation of Integrated Care for ALD: Lessons Learned Shreya Sengupta, MD-Cleveland Clinic 
8:40am-9:00am  Patient Experiences with Emerging Telehealth Liver Care Delivery: A focus on vulnerable populations Mandana Khalili, MD-UC San Francisco 
9:00am-9:20am  Focus on Special Populations – Women and Racial/Ethnic Minoritized Populations Justine Welsh, MD-Emory University
9:20am-9:40am  Discussion and Recommendations  
9:40am-9:50am    Break  
9:50am-11:05am  SESSION 6: OUTCOME ASSESSMENT Moderators: Vijay Shah, MD-Mayo Clinic and Joe Wang, PhD-NIAAA
9:50am-10:10am What Is Success and How Do We Measure It? Anjani Pillai, MD-University of Chicago
10:10am-10:30am Benchmarks/measures of Cost Effectiveness for a Prevention Model and/or Initiative, Short Term and Long Term, and Assessment  Jeremy Bray, PhD-UNC Greensboro
10:30am-10:50am  Discussion and Recommendations  
10:50am-11:50am CLOSING DISCUSSION Moderators: Vijay Shah, MD-Mayo Clinic and Kathy Jung, PhD-NIAAA
11:50am-12:00pm   CONCLUDING REMARKS Vijay Shah, MD-Mayo Clinic, and Patricia Powell, PhD-Deputy Director, NIAAA

This meeting is open to the public. For RSVP (recommended), please contact Joe Wang (joe.wang1@nih.gov)

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