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Registration Open for 2017 AGA Postgraduate Course

Jan. 11, 2017

Early access to registration is open for AGA members. Secure your spot a week before general registration opens and save $75.

Step beyond basic learning and get the full scope of GI advances at the 2017 AGA Postgraduate Course. Registration is now open.

Scheduled for May 6 and 7, 2017, in conjunction with Digestive Disease Week®, you will join your colleagues in Chicago, IL, to have world-renowned leaders test your knowledge in real time and provide your pathway for optimal care that will guide your clinical decisions all year long. This live activity is pending eligibility for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and maintenance of certification points.

Additional details, including the program agenda and videos from the course directors, are available online. Also, information about the 2017 resources is now available on the AGA website

Register today and save.
Compared to other GI postgraduate courses, AGA’s is the most cost-effective. All six general sessions plus your choice of one luncheon breakout session and one case-based breakout session are included in the price. The cost to attend is discounted when you register by March 22:

  • AGA trainee members pay only $90.
  • AGA young GI members pay only $345.
  • Other AGA member types pay $75 less than their nonmember colleagues.

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