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It's Not Too Late to Order Your On-Demand Resources

Feb. 24, 2016

Resources from the 2015 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course are still available.

You haven’t missed them yet. Resources from the 2015 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course: Evidence That Will Change Your Practice: New Advances for Common Clinical Problems are still available today.

These resources provide on-demand access to information that can help to improve your practice and cover an assortment of topics, including IBD, hepatology, the colon, pancreatic-biliary and the esophagus/upper GI.

Included Resources

Syllabus: the printed syllabus serves as a comprehensive outline of all course sessions and is also available in an electronic format as an eSyllabus.

Combo package: Save up to $40 by ordering the DVD/online sessions combo package.

  • DVD: a thorough presentation of the live course, the DVD features all lectures and breakout sessions with full-color slides and complete audio tracks.
  • Online sessions: contain hours of interactive, in-depth scholastic content that will benefit your practice. Get the most out of your continued education by taking the associated quizzes to earn CME.

It’s not too late to experience the live course just like you were there at Digestive Disease Week® 2015. Order your 2015 resources now.

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