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Invest in Your Education and Patients’ Care

Nov. 14, 2016

Purchase the AGA Postgraduate Course resources to review the expert advice that was presented at the course.

Purchasing resources from the AGA Postgraduate Course: Cognitive and Technical Skills for the Gastroenterologist will assist you in making more confident decisions for your patients and their care.

The course resources allow you to explore immediately applicable information and new advances covering topics that include IBD, the pancreas, gut microbiome, colon and liver:

  • Syllabus and eSyllabus: The syllabus outlines your learning experience and includes comprehensive details of all sessions, including abstracts, key points, references, slides, graphs, charts and tables, learning objectives and reference lists. Choose from two formats.
  • Online Sessions: Access and watch 12 clinical challenge sessions, 12 luncheon breakout sessions and six general sessions and arn up to 36.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and Maintenance of Certification points.
  • USB: No internet required. The USB features full-color presentation slides and complete audio tracks of all lectures and breakout sessions.
  • Combo Package: Purchase the online sessions and USB together and save. Receive up to $35 off of the regular combined price.

Advance your patients’ care while investing in your education. Order the 2016 postgraduate course resources today.

Resources from the 2015 AGA Postgraduate Course are also available for a short while longer at a discounted price. Learn more.

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