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AGA Experts to Present on Cystic Pancreatic Lesions at Mexican Gastroenterology Week
Oct. 26, 2016Drs. Paul Moayyedi and Anne Marie Lennon will present on Nov. 22 in Mazatlán, Mexico.
Unusual Esophageal Foreign Body
Oct. 26, 2016A plain chest radiograph revealed a radiopaque fork in the esophagus without evidence of pneumomediastinum.
NAFLD Estimated to Cost $103 Billion Annually
Oct. 26, 2016Dr. Zobair M. Younossi and coauthors sought to estimate the prevalence and economic burden of NAFLD in the U.S., Germany, France, Italy and U.K. Read more about the study results in GI & Hepatology News.
Final Call for AGA Committee and Center Nominations
Oct. 26, 2016Send in your nominations by Tuesday, Nov. 1. Members can either nominate themselves or other members.
Less than 3 Weeks Left to Recognize Your Outstanding Mentor
Oct. 25, 2016Make sure you submit your nomination by 5 p.m. on Nov. 9 to be considered for the 2017 award.
Access AGA Guidelines and Clinical Decision Support Tools on Your Mobile Device
Oct. 25, 2016The AGA Guidelines App allows you to take notes and bookmark information for future reference .
Important Reminder: AGA Membership Renewal Due Dec. 1
Oct. 25, 2016Submit your renewal today and avoid a lapse in your benefits.
Plan for the Future of Your Practice
Do you want to improve patient care and enhance practice efficiency and profitability? Learn how the AGA Digestive Health Outcomes Registry™ can help.
Final Call for Nominations: AGA Recognition Prizes
Oct. 25, 2016Nominations must be submitted by Nov. 4 for the 2017 AGA Distinguished Clinician, Educator and Mentor Awards.
Can HCV Treatment Reactivate Herpesvirus Infection?
Oct. 25, 2016CGH researchers report reactivation of herpesvirus in 10 patients with HCV infection treated with direct-acting antiviral agents. Learn more on the AGA Journals Blog.
New Patient INFO Resource on IBD and Pregnancy
Oct. 25, 2016The new resource, written with Dr. Sunanda V. Kane from Mayo Clinic, covers common questions from patients.
CMS Website Helps GIs Prepare for MACRA
Oct. 25, 2016Eligible clinicians need to participate in the Quality Payment Program.
DDW® Website: A Brand New Look
Oct. 21, 2016A sleeker, more intuitive design awaits at www.ddw.org.
Election 2016: Senate and House Races Baffle Pundits
Oct. 20, 2016In an unpredictable election year, it’s still too early to tell whether Congress will maintain the status quo.
Thought Leaders Share Tips for a Successful Abstract
Oct. 20, 2016AGA Community discussion offers abstract writing advice and opens the forum for questions.
AGA Liver Fibrosis Guideline Open for Public Comment
Oct. 19, 2016Share your thoughts on the role of imaging for liver fibrosis by Nov. 9.
GI Quality Measures for 2017 Released in MACRA Final Rule
Oct. 19, 2016While 2017 is a transition year for MACRA, GIs need to report quality measures to succeed.
Preparing for a Successful Job Interview
Oct. 19, 2016Here are some tips from Dr. Richard Boland's 2016 Regional Practice Skills Workshop presentation on how to nail the job interview process. Full recording also available.
Incorporate the Latest IBD Advances into Your Practice
Oct. 18, 2016Join experts for a free regional dinner presentation focusing on incorporating the latest evidence-based advances in IBD care into your practice.
Engage in Flexible Learning with 2016 AGA PG Course Resources
Oct. 18, 2016Captured in these resources are all six general sessions, 12 luncheon breakout sessions and 12 clinical challenge breakout sessions.
How Could the Intestinal Microbiota Contribute to Celiac Disease?
Oct. 18, 2016According to Gastro research, bacteria in the small intestine metabolize gluten differently, to increase or decrease its immunogenicity. Read more in the AGA Journals Blog.
How to Succeed in Academic Gastroenterology
Oct. 17, 2016AGA leaders outline important tips for clinicians and researchers entering academic centers in the October issue of Gastro.
Clinical Answers at Your Fingertips
Oct. 17, 2016With access to more than 10,500 topics spanning 24 specialties, you can find answers you need quickly and easily with UpToDate®.
Tailor Your AGA Community Alerts
Oct. 17, 2016A new feature in the AGA Community mobile app allows you to receive real-time alerts, or modified alerts, if someone replies to a discussion in which you’ve participated.