The CAG has developed this portion of the website for posting of surveys. Surveys are developed in a fashion that provides for a simple tick box or drop-down menu approach. Data is automatically entered into a database enabling simple, cost effective collection.
This methodology has allowed collection of the annual educational needs assessment data for the CAG. In addition, a number of other surveys will be posted, capturing data from across the country in areas such as endoscopy training, patient management, resource issues etc. The opportunities are endless.
International Survey on Unmet Needs in Managing IBD
The International Organisation for the Study of inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IOIBD) and the World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) are interested in what Gastroenterologists believe to be the most important challenges in the field of IBD. This short survey will take less than 15 minutes for you to complete and will provide important information about similarities and differences around the world.
Survey for Screening and Management of Lynch Syndrome
Screening for colorectal cancer has been rapidly increasing overall, however, there is variability in practice when it comes to screening and managing patients with an increased familial or hereditary risk of developing colorectal cancer. Lynch Syndrome is the most common of these hereditary cancer syndromes that predisposes to development of colorectal cancer. You are invited to fill out a survey to determine the current practices for screening and management of individuals with Lynch Syndrome across North America.
The adoption of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) in Canada
The adoption of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) has been gaining traction in Canada. This survey aims to gather information regarding its utilization, challenges experienced, as well as overall clinician interest. This survey will take about 10 minutes of your time. Your response will be invaluable in our mission to advance therapeutic endoscopic procedures such as ESD in Canada.
A survey on the management of gastric varices