Are You Ready? What Every GI Fellow Should Know About Choosing a Clinical Practice
Are you prepared for life after fellowship? The AGA Institute's new, interactive module will guide fellows through five questions to ask when choosing a clinical practice setting. This program is free to all AGA members but you must login to access the module.
GI & Hepatology Pathology Slides
Case-based presentation slides on the origins and pathogenesis of disorders affecting the human GI tract. An instructional, interactive format allows for self-assessment of knowledge as you progress through training.
Surgery Resident Training in Endoscopy
Leadership for the 21st Century
The 10 Tenets of Leadership
Presentation as part of the “Advance Your Leadership Skills” session at DDW 2011
by Sanjiv Chopra, M.D., MACP
Faculty Dean for Continuing Education
Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School
Digestive Disease Self-Education Program® (DDSEP)
Based on the highly regarded GI Core Curriculum, DDSEP is a comprehensive, self-directed reference that provides an in-depth review of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition.
AGA Gastroenterology Training ExaminationSM
The GTE® is an educational assessment tool designed to measure the progress of training and promote continuous improvement by training programs and fellows.
The success of the Match depends on sustained participation by all GI training programs.
AGA Practice Skills Workshop Online Sessions
Learn essential skills and obtain valuable tools and information for building a successful clinical practice career. CME credit available.
My Procedure Log
Document your procedures with this user-friendly procedure log tool.
Nutrition Toolkit Series
These online modules are designed to prepare gastroenterologists and fellows for treating and managing obesity- and nutrition-related issues related to GI disorders.
The latest modules include:
- Nutrition in Short Bowel Syndrome – New!
- Nutritional Management of Celiac Disease.
- Nutrition Therapy in Acute Pancreatitis.
AGA Journal Club
The Journal Club provides concise reviews of timely and important articles published in Gastroenterology and Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology. Most of the articles reviewed will have clinical relevance to members and fellows in training.