Quality Education at Your Fingertips
View cutting-edge programming and earn CME credit from the convenience of your home or office. Programs include sessions from DDW® and the AGA Institute Spring Postgraduate Course, as well as content designed specifically for online education.
Free for trainee and eligible physician members.
GI SAM allows you to enhance your command of the treatment, diagnosis, symptoms and risk factors associated with gastroenterology- and hepatology-related topics. Offered online, GI SAM is a convenient and easily accessible resource.
The most recent modules include:
- GI Imaging and Endoscopic Therapy & Cirrhosis and Liver Transplantation
- Cancers of the GI Tract and Functional Bowel Disorders
Clinical Congress Online Sessions
Access the recorded sessions from the AGA Clinical Congress of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and obtain the most recent and best available research behind the latest advances in clinical care.
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The AGA Institute provides journal CME for the Gastroenterology and Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology journals. Each CME exercise consists of a single test with short questions followed by a brief post-test evaluation. Each exam is based on a single article published in Gastroenterology and/or Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
My Point of Care
Earn CME credits by answering your clinical questions through Web searches with our new Point of Care CME activity (AGA members).
Nutrition Toolkit Series
These self-assessment modules assist members in understanding the role of nutrition and obesity in digestive disorders. Each module includes slides with corresponding audio delivered by subject-matter experts as well as pre- and post-test questions. CME credit is available.
Nutrition in Short Bowel Syndrome
Clinical Course in HCV 2012
An educational collaboration between the AGA Institute and Medscape, Clinical Course in HCV 2012 features a collection of resources and continuing education activities relevant to nearly all clinicians, regardless of their practice setting, who are involved with the diagnosis, treatment and management of HCV-infected patients.
MedImage Cases® Inflammatory Bowel Disease Edition
This series of image-based case presentations, with audio commentary from renowned experts, is designed to help guide diagnosis and treatment. The goal is for clinicians to translate the practical knowledge gained into successful management strategies for patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
Current Challenges in Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency: A Multi-Perspective Discussion
The goal of this activity is to educate physicians on identifying exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and proper dosing of enzyme replacement products.