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Approaches to Treating Common GI Conditions Are Changing. Are You Prepared?

April 3, 2014

Attend the 2014 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course, May 3 and 4, to adopt updated approaches and reevaluate your treatment plans based on current best practices at the bedside of the patient.

The 2014 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course: Best Practices at the Bedside: Critical Thinking for Common Conditions will teach you how to reevaluate your approaches to treating a variety of common GI conditions. You will leave with brand new and cutting-edge approaches to clinical problems seen in everyday practice.

New this year, attendees can answer questions and participate in polls during the course using mobile devices. This course is also pending approval for up to 10 ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) points.

Overarching program topics include:

  • IBD.
  • Functional bowel disorders.
  • Pancreatic-biliary.
  • Esophagus/upper GI.
  • Hepatology.
  • Colon.

Make sure you’re prepared with latest information in practical use for the clinician at the bedside of the patient. Register today to attend this course, May 3 and 4, in Chicago, IL (held in conjunction with DDW®). Visit AGA’s website to learn specific learning objectives and to view the online brochure.

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