AGA is committed to helping you thrive during training. The following are highlighted training resources.
- 10 Tips for New GI Fellows
As new fellows join our ranks, AGA wants to help them navigate this exciting step in their path to becoming a GI.
- Reimbursement Basics in Gastroenterology
Writing in the fall 2016 issue of The New Gastroenterologist, Dawn L. Francis, MD, MPH, walks readers through the foundation of coding and reimbursement for GIs in practice.
- Tips and Advice for Writing Abstracts for Scientific Meetings
In the The New Gastroenterologist, Richard M. Peek Jr., MD, current co-editor of Gastroenterology, discusses his suggestions for writing a great abstract.
Find more articles like this in the Trainee Resource Library of the AGA Community. Learn More
The New Gastroenterologist
The New Gastroenterologist: Insights for Fellows & Young GIs features the latest hot clinical topics, perspectives on post-fellowship career pathways and more.
AGA CORE Program
The AGA Clinical Observation and Research Education (CORE) Program helps connect our international GI and hepatology colleagues with U.S. research opportunities.
The core curriculum provides a framework for developing an individual plan of study.
GI Training Exam (GTE)
Learn more about the first training exam for gastroenterology programs and fellows.
Procedures are stored in one central location allowing easy assessment of procedural skills learned during training.
Nailing the Job Interview
The Early Career Group resource library hosts more videos like this on a diverse range of relevant topics for AGA trainees and early career GIs. View webinars, journal articles, presentation recordings, AGA guidelines and more in this member-only vault.
Deals and Discounts
Stay current on the latest advances in the field and prepare for the ABIM GI Board certification exams — AGA trainee members receive a significant discount.
Self-directed modules assess your current knowledge of specific GI- and hepatology-related topics — free for AGA trainee members.
GI & Hepatology Pathology Series
Case-based presentations on the origins and pathogenesis of disorders affecting the human GI tract — free for AGA trainee members.