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Demonstrate Your Commitment to Treating Colorectal Cancer

March 20, 2014

The early bird deadline for the 2014 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course ends March 26. Register to discover innovations in patient care, including topics related to the colon.

Master current best practices for managing colonoscopy preparations, and understand the common causes and current treatment options for benign and malignant biliary strictures. The 2014 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course: Best Practices at the Bedside: Critical Thinking for Common Conditions is set to address these innovations in patient care at Digestive Disease Week® 2014.

Session topics relating to the colon include:

  • Colonoscopy Prep Decisions in 2014.
  • Prevention of CRC: How to Improve our Adenoma Detection Rate.
  • The Defiant Polyp: Rules of Engagement.
  • Anti-Coagulants/Anti-Platelet Agents: Management Before, During and After Endoscopy.
  • When to Refer Your Polyp Patient for Genetic Assessment?
  • Fecal Microbial Transplant: What are the Indications, How to Do It and What is the Future?

At this course, you will also learn new and improved approaches to other clinical problems seen in everyday practice. Additional details, including program information and learning objectives, are available in the online brochure. Save $75 on the cost to attend when you register by March 26.

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2018 AGA Postgraduate Course

June 2, 2018

Secure your spot for this clinically focused, multi-topic course that offers immediately applicable information. Held in conjunction with DDW®. Save $75 when you register by April 18.

Choose from 30 breakout sessions at the 2018 AGA Postgraduate Course

March 21, 2018

Delve deeper into specific clinical topics that interest you and get concrete action items that can be immediately implemented into your practice.

Fact or Fiction? Sorting Out Common Misconceptions About Ulcerative Colitis to Improve Patient Care

March 19, 2018

In this webcast, gaming and case studies are used to debunk misconceptions about ulcerative colitis and provide evidence and best practices to pave the way for better patient outcomes.