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December 2022

Laurie Keefer, Editor

Each article in this special issue is grounded by Drs Ballou and Feingold’s article relating to how the science of stress, resilience, and the gut-brain axis applies across the spectrum of digestive disorders. Drs Brjann Ljotsson and Helen Murray expand on these principles of stress and resilience and remind us of the mediators, moderators, and context of behavior change as we refine our brain-gut behavior therapies. We attempt to address the significant lack of access to experts providing gastropsychology services through Drs Ruby Greywoode and Eva Szigethy’s article relating to the future of digital GI behavior therapeutics.

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A perfect source to consult for those in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology, Gastroenterology Clinics provides answers to clinical questions, information on the latest diagnostic methods and treatments, and numerous clinical images. Published quarterly—in March, June, September, and December—each issue offers state-of-the-art reviews on everything from the alimentary tract, liver, and pancreas, to endoscopic procedures (including diagnosis and biopsy) and therapeutics.