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Win Free AGA Postgraduate Course Registration

Dec. 7, 2017

It takes less than five minutes to participate in the contest, which could save you up to $480.

Registration is opening in January 2018 for the AGA Postgraduate Course in Washington, D.C., June 2-3, 2018. One lucky AGA member will win free registration simply by answering the question: What’s one piece of advice that has left an impression on you this year? 

We posed this question in the AGA Community forum, and every member who responds to the discussion thread will be entered to win. The contest closes Jan. 8 at 5 p.m. ET, and the winner will be announced soon after. 

The 2018 AGA Postgraduate Course will provide a comprehensive look at the latest medical, surgical and technological advances over the past 12 months that aim to keep you up to date in a field that is rapidly changing. Each presenter will turn abstract ideas into concrete action items that you can immediately implement in your practice. At the end of the course, the take home points will be compiled and distributed with the eSyllabus.  

To enter the contest:

  1. Click this link to join the discussion in the Community.
  2. Login to the forum, using your AGA credentials. Be sure your email address and password match our records. If you've forgotten your password, you can reset it here.
  3. Click on the green Reply to Discussion button at the top of the discussion thread, and type the advice you wish to share. Hit the Submit button at the bottom of the page to enter the contest.


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