Live Meetings & Webinars
Schedule to attend one of our in-person meetings. You'll take away timely information that will help you make day-to-day decisions and achieve your long-term career goals.
|Sep 21, 2014||Meeting the Program Requirements||Navigating the ACGME Accreditation Process||0|
|Part one of a three-part webinar series on helping GI training programs navigate the ACGME accreditation process.|
|Sep 25-25, 2014||Prevailing Techniques for Successful Colectomies||Best Practices in Treating Polyposis Conditions Webinar Series||1|
|This webinar will outline the pros and cons of the current colectomy-related surgical options. It will further walk participants through the presenting surgeon’s decision making process.|
|Oct 2-2, 2014||Gastroenterology Quarterly Update: October 2014||McVey Associates Quarterly Teleconference||1 (CEU)|
|Audio conference timed with with quarterly release of the Correct Coding Initiative edits.|
|Oct 23-23, 2014||Extracolonic Manifestations in Polyposis Conditions||Best Practices in Treating Polyposis Conditions Webinar Series||1|
|This webinar will highlight the effects hereditary colon cancer syndromes can have on a patient beyond the colon and rectum. Screening and treating duodenal and gastric polyps is also covered.|
|Oct 25-25, 2014||AGA Practice Skills Workshop||LAC-USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA||0|
|Get helpful insight on building a successful GI career in a variety of practice settings. Issues on evaluating and negotiating job opportunities to understanding the impact of health-care reform on the GI practice will also be discussed.|
|Nov 14-16, 2014||19th Annual Endoscopic Ultrasonography Live 2014||Chicago, IL||16.75|
|Obtain a thorough update on the most recent advances in endosonographic technology and equipment, and a step-by-step guide to performing the procedure. Sponsored by the University of Chicago and endorsed by the AGA Institute.|
|Nov 20-20, 2014||Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Research Highlights from 2013-2014||Best Practices in Treating Polyposis Conditions Webinar Series||1|
|This webinar will highlight advances with the most impact on research in the hereditary colon cancer community. Topics will range from advances in screening techniques, to genetic testing, to chemoprevention.|
|Dec 11-11, 2014||Best Practices in Genetic Screening for Hereditary Colon Cancer||Best Practices in Treating Polyposis Conditions Webinar Series||1|
|This webinar will teach medical professionals when to screen, which test to use, and how to interpret the results.|
|Jan 22-24, 2015||AGA Clinical Congress of Gastroenterology and Hepatology||Miami Beach, FL||TBD|
|This clinically-focused meeting examines the most up-to-date strategies and techniques for improving the quality of GI patient care and helps clinicians demonstrate their value in an era of accountable care.|
|Feb 6-7, 2015||Women's Leadership Conference — Experienced Track||Irving, Texas||0|
|To promote the recruitment, retention, advancement and leadership of women in gastroenterology throughout their careers.|
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