View cutting-edge programming and earn CME credit from the convenience of your home or office. Programs include sessions from DDW and the AGA Institute Spring Postgraduate Course as well as content designed specifically for online education.
2015 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course Resources
Pre-order resources from the 2015 postgraduate course to hear world-renowned experts present new medical evidence for six major areas of the GI tract. Products include online sessions, DVD and the syllabus (print or eSyllabus).
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|May 16-17, 2015||Evidence That Will Change Your Practice: New Advances for Common Clinical Problems||32.5|
|Experience the 2015 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course as presented at DDW®. Pre-order the resources for a look into new medical evidence for six major areas of the GI tract.|
|Mar 4, 2015||AGA Nurse GI Educator Program||0|
|This web-based program is designed to help nurses and medical assistants enhance their knowledge of the epidemiology, symptoms and diagnoses of chronic constipation, GERD and IBS.|
|Nov 5, 2014||AGA Quality Improvement Measures for IBD Risk Assessment Strategies||0.5|
|Participants will be able to mitigate iatrogenic injury by learning to better classify IBD disease according to type and activity, and institute appropriate screening strategies when managing patients on long-term corticosteroids and anti-TNF therapy.|
|Nov 5, 2014||AGA Quality Measures for Preventive Strategies in Patients with IBD||0.5|
|Participants will learn to mitigate iatrogenic injury in IBD patients by implementing quality improvement measures aimed at administering appropriate vaccinations and the appropriate use of corticosteroid-sparing therapies. In addition, smoking cessation|
|Oct 16, 2014||GI SAM: 2014 James W. Freston Conference||GI SAM||8|
|A special entry in the GI SAM series of online self-assessment modules, the 2014 James W. Freston Conference module allows you to assess your knowledge on Fecal Microbiota Transplantation while earning MOC points.|
|May 3-4, 2014||Best Practices at the Bedside: Critical Thinking for Common Conditions||32.5|
|Order resources from the 2014 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course and have access to a comprehensive, evidence-based review of the major clinical topics in the field today.|
|Apr 17-17, 2014||Exploring Bundled Payment Models for Colonoscopy||Webinar|
|Free webinar about AGA's recently developed payment framework for colonoscopy performed for colorectal cancer screening or surveillance.|
|Apr 1, 2014||Care of the Treatment-Experienced Patient with HCV Infection Who Failed Prior Therapy||Clinical Course in HCV||0.25 (CME); 0.50 (CE)|
|Experts in HCV treatment and management take a look at what current and emerging therapies can offer patients who have experienced prior treatment failure for chronic HCV infection.|
|Feb 10, 2014||Impact of Changing Policies on Physician Reimbursement||Webinar|
|Learn about new health-care policies PQRS, meaningful use, the value-based payment modifier)that will impact your practice and physician reimbursement.|
|Feb 7, 2014||Care of the Treatment-Naive Patient with HIV/HCV Co-Infection||Clinical Course in HCV||0|
|Experts in HCV treatment and management discuss the impact second-generation DAA agents will have on the treatment of HIV/HC co-infected patients.|