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American Gastroenterological Association Postgraduate Course 2023


+ Include: 19 videos, size: 15 GB
+ Target Audience: gastroenterologist

+ Information:

The 2023 AGA Postgraduate Course will be held live during Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2023 on Saturday, May 6, 2023, in Chicago, IL.
This year’s theme, Advances in Gastroenterology: News You Can Use, will help you cut through the noise surrounding best practices in the delivery of high-quality GI patient care. After engaging in a day of peer-to-peer learning with dynamic panels delivered by fellow clinicians and expert researchers, you’ll leave reinvigorated with valuable takeaways that you can immediately implement and can be shared with your entire multidisciplinary team.
Register today and enjoy:

Challenging patient cases throughout six general sessions.
Flexibility to participate live in-person or virtually (pricing is the same for both).
Networking with up-and-coming clinicians and renowned experts from across the globe.
On-demand access to the course for three months following the live event (ETA summer 2023).
Earn up to 17.5 CME or MOC credits with the completion of on-demand content.

Course Directors

Uma Mahadevan, MD, AGAF
Professor of Medicine
Director of the UCSF Colitis and Crohn’s Disease Center
University of California San Francisco School of Medicine

Laura E. Raffals, MD
Professor of Medicine
Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Amit G. Singal, MD
Professor of Medicine
Medical Director of the Liver Tumor Program and Clinical Chief of Hepatology
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Medical Director of the Liver Tumor Program and Clinical Chief of Hepatology

Learning objectives:

Review and evaluate the biggest diagnostic and endoscopic advances in Gastroenterology in the last year.
Understand and learn the latest treatment options for key GI diseases.
Be aware of updates in the field to be able to provide State of the Art care to patients with GI diseases.

+ Topics:
AGA Approach to a Patient With a Biliary Stricture.ts
AGA Case breakout C. difficile infection and Microbiota-based therapies.ts
AGA Challenging Cases Celiac and non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.ts
AGA Challenging Cases Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.ts
AGA Challenging Cases Pouchitis, PSC, EIMs.ts
AGA Challenging Cases with PPI Therapy Non-Response to PPI Therapy, Managing Patient Concerns of PPI Therapy.ts
AGA Chief Complaint Bloating.ts
AGA Endoscopic Approaches to Obesity For Whom and When.ts
AGA Endoscopic Procedures for GERD.ts
AGA Gastroparesis Have We Made Any Progress.ts
AGA Patient Cases HCC Management in a Rapidly Evolving Landscape.ts
AGA Refractory Liver Disease What Do I Do When My Patient Fails First-Line Therapy.ts