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2015 SPGC DVD Now Available

Aug. 31, 2015

The 2015 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course DVD provides instant access to expert content from DDW® 2015.

Informative and affordable, the 2015 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course DVD is the perfect tool to bring you up to date with advances in GI patient care.

From the comfort of your home or during free time while you’re traveling, you can receive instant access to expert content on several topics featured at the course during Digestive Disease Week® 2015, including:

  • IBD: Initiating Therapy for IBD: When to Start What; How to Adjust and Monitor?
  • Esophagus/Upper GI: Dealing with Dysphagia: How to Test, How to Treat?
  • Hepatology: Infections in Cirrhosis: Prevalence, Prognostication and Proactive Management.
  • Gut: The Problem of Abdominal Pain: How to Work Up, Evidence on Effective Treatments.
  • Pancreatic-Biliary: The Cystic Pancreas: What Tests to Order? How to Follow Long-Term?
  • Colon: Constipation and Colon Motility: How to Diagnose? How to Manage?

The DVD features full-color presentation slides and complete audio tracks of all of the lectures and breakout sessions from the course. It also has user-friendly search options, and is both PC and Mac compatible.

Save an additional $25 when you purchase the combo package, which includes the DVD and online sessions*. 

For more information on the DVD, combo package and other SPGC resources, visit the AGA website.

*Earn up to 41.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ with the online sessions.

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