2017 AGA Postgraduate Course Features 29 Breakout Sessions
Feb. 16, 2017
Step beyond basic learning in six general sessions, plus your choice of one luncheon breakout and one case-based session.
When you register for the 2017 AGA Postgraduate Course: The Full Scope of GI Advances you don’t only get to attend six general sessions, but you can also choose one luncheon breakout and one case-based session.
The focused, small-group sessions listed below allow you to delve deeper into specific clinical topics and provide direct access to internationally renowned faculty.
The 2017 course is set for May 6 and 7, 2017, in conjunction with Digestive Disease Week® (DDW). This 1.5-day course is designed to help you step beyond basic learning and get the full scope of GI advances. You will measure, learn and apply newest advances that will help you make confident decisions for your patients.
View the full agenda on the AGA website along with key highlights, videos from course directors and much more. Compared to other GI postgraduate courses, AGA’s is the most cost-effective. Register by March 22 to get early bird pricing — a $75 discount for all registration categories.
If you are already registered, but would like to add this course, simply log in to the DDW Registration Resource Center to update.
|L101||Approach to an Incidental Liver Lesion|
|L102||Approach to a Pancreatic Cyst|
|L103||Barrett’s Dysplasia: The Role of EMR, Ablation and Surgery|
|L104||Health-Care Disparities in Gastroenterology: Closing the Gap|
|L105||Caring for the Geriatric Patient with GI Disorders|
|L106||Quality Improvement in Endoscopy|
|L107||Health-Care Advocacy and Legislative Changes|
|L110||Pregnancy and IBD|
|L111||New Therapies in Liver Disease|
|L112||Genetics of Colon Cancer|
|L113||Transitioning the Child with Chronic Gastrointestinal Disease to the Adult Gastroenterologist|
|L114||GI Neoplasia: Advances in Detection and Treatment|
|L115||Sex-Based Differences in GI Disorders|
|C101||21 y/o College Student Returning from Spring Break with Traveler’s Diarrhea|
|C102||26 y/o Law Student Just Diagnosed with Achalasia … How do You Get Him through Exams?|
|C103||32 y/o Woman s/p Liver Transplant Who Wants to Get Pregnant|
|C104||56 y/o with Third Episode of C. diff|
|C105||66 y/o s/p Surgery on Opioids with Constipation|
|C106||55 y/o with Obscure GI Bleeding|
|C107||50 y/o Refusing Colonoscopy for Screening: What are Your Options?|
|C108||48 y/o Seeking Bariatric Intervention: The Role of Endoscopy|
|C109||35 y/o with HCV: Choosing the Right Therapy|
|C110||25 y/o Crohn’s Patient Who Has Failed All FDA-Approved Therapies: Assessment and Therapeutic Options|
|C111||42 y/o Media Consultant with Severe IBS|
|C112||37 y/o with New Dysphagia|
|C113||Techniques to Enhance Imaging of Upper GI Tract Lesions|
|C114||42 y/o with Abnormal LFTs|
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