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Engage in Flexible Learning with 2016 AGA PG Course Resources

Oct. 18, 2016

Captured in these resources are all six general sessions, 12 luncheon breakout sessions and 12 clinical challenge breakout sessions.

Remain knowledgeable of the newest medical advances and enhance your professional aptitude with the 2016 AGA Postgraduate Course combo package.

This course provides GI updates to help you make better decisions for your patients and improve your practice with comprehensive session topics such as:  

  • Eliminating the Anxiety of Managing Functional GI Disorders. 
  • Unusual Partners — Esophagus and Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT). 
  • Bugs, Lumps and Blood in the Liver. 
  • Cancer, Colonoscopy and (Bundled) Care. 
  • Navigating the Bewildering Landscape of New Therapeutic Options for IBD. 
  • Pancreatobiliary Pot Pourri. 

Purchasing the combo package, comprised of the online sessions and USB, saves you up to $40 off of the regular combined price. Captured in these resources are all six general sessions, 12 luncheon breakout sessions and 12 clinical challenge breakout sessions. These on-demand formats allow you to view presentations from the live course during times that are most convenient for you. You can also earn up to 36.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and maintenance of certification points through the online sessions when you complete the post-session exams. 

Invest in your education and patient care. Place your order today

Other resources from the 2016 AGA Postgraduate Course are also available. To view all formats and learn more about course content, click here

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