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Watch 2017 Sessions with DDW On Demand

May 10, 2017

DDW On Demand is included in the cost of DDW registration. Log in now to watch the sessions you missed at the meeting.

DDW On Demand is included with the cost of attendee registration for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2017. If you were not able to attend every session that you wanted to in Chicago, you can watch 475 hours of sessions with fully synchronized slides and audio anytime, anywhere with DDW On Demand.

Attendees receive two years of convenient online access to the capture — a product valued at over $1,200. Attendees can also claim up to 59 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for select AGA sessions. CME is valid for one year. 

To access DDW On Demand online, go to watch.ondemand.org/ddwlogin and enter your last name and badge number used to register for DDW 2017. You will be prompted to create a password and you will not need your badge number after you are verified. On subsequent visits, visit DDW.OnDemand.org, click Log In, and enter your username (email) and password.

If you ordered the hard drive, it should ship in early July. If you have additional questions about how to access or use the product, please email support@OnDemand.org.

Missed DDW?
If you did not attend DDW, you can still purchase DDW On Demand.

 

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