Monthly Archives: April 2019

2016 San Francisco Gastroenterology Conference: A Guide To Meeting Professionals

If there is one thing that I enjoy about my career or profession, it is having an opportunity to meet new people who share the same interests that I have. It is such an honor to get invited in events, activities, and meetings that have a meaningful impact on the community that I am a part of. One of the most memorable events I attended in the past was the 2016 San Francisco gastroenterology conference. During this meeting, I was introduced to various individuals who have changed the way I understand the study of gastroenterology.




For today’s article, our focus would be on the top strategies that every professional need to master when it comes to meeting new people. Keep in mind that no one becomes an expert in this aspect overnight. Here are the things that you must never forget if you want to be excellent in meeting fellow young professionals in public gatherings or events:


Avoid Making Judgments


The last thing that must be on your mind is sticking with your first impression against the other person. As much as possible, never make the mistake of judging him before you even speak to him.


Be Careful With Your Words


Once you have been introduced to the stranger professional, the best thing that you have to do is to be mindful of what you will do or say. Remember that you have no idea what triggers the attitude or personality of the said person. As such, you have to think twice before taking any step.




Make Yourself Approachable


Another thing that you must never forget is the significance of creating an image to the public that you are approachable. Project an image that you are a friendly and accommodating person so that the other professionals in your community would be interested in establishing a connection with you.


The Link Between Anxiety And IBS



Irritable Bowel Syndrome is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders that involve periodic abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating, gas, and constipation. There are reportedly more than 20% of individuals worldwide who are diagnosed with IBS. Anxiety and other psychological conditions have been linked with the disorder, but none of the experts have identified its precise cause. Even understanding the whole progression of the disease has not yet been achieved. Continue reading

2016 Atlanta Gastroenterology Conferences: Finding The Right Doctor



There are many things to keep in mind when it comes to searching for the right doctor to help you with your medical condition. This is one of the lessons I learned during the 2016 Atlanta gastroenterology conferences. One of the speakers emphasized the significance of finding the ideal medical practitioner. He even shared some tips on how to do it the right way. Here are some of the ideas I learned from him:


Take Your Time


You need to chill first before you start the search for a medical doctor. Keep in mind that the more you rush the process, the higher chance there is for mistakes. Hence, it is ideal or best if you will take it slow so that you can have a better assessment of the skills and experiences of a particular doctor.


Ask For Referrals


Do not forget to get in touch with friends who have tried working with a doctor due to their illnesses. The advantage of doing this is it would be easier on your part to make the selection process. You can ask for a name and set an appointment in less than five minutes.




Conduct A Research


Another thing that you must never forget is to check the background of the doctor that you want to work with. The best recommendation is to look for someone who has a good record in the medical field. Conversely, avoid doctors who have a reputation of not being excellent In what they do.


Having a gastrointestinal illness can be challenging on your part, which is why it is time to find a doctor. Let the said professional handle the diagnosis and treatment process. Be brave in your search until you see the right one.