When challenged with forming a strategy to address unmet needs in PEI, an advisory team of
Dietitians, Gastroenterologists, GPs and Pancreatic Surgeons provided the following action
points that may be implemented in your clinical centre.
We have also collated a series of supportive resources to help you implement diagnosis and management of PEI in your clinical practice.
Select the points that are most-relevant to your clinical practice to generate a personalised action plan
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