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Nailing the job interview
C. Richard Boland, MD, presents on finding and preparing for interviews during a recent Regional Practice Skills Workshop.
Prepare for the board exam
The basic structure of the MOC program remains unchanged. To maintain a certificate, a diplomate will need to possess an unrestricted license in the jurisdiction where he/she practices, demonstrate commitment to life-long learning through self-assessment, and pass a secure examination in the discipline(s) in which they choose to recertify.
Diplomates need to earn 100 points (every five years) to recertify in one or more discipline(s).
Digestive Diseases Self-Education Program® (DDSEP) is the go-to self-education resource for gastroenterologists in all stages of their careers. It helps physicians stay current on the latest advances in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition and prepare for the ABIM GI Board certification and recertification examinations. Earn up to 102 CME credits. MOC points not offered. The eighth edition of AGA’s premier GI education program features new and expanded content to help you enhance your knowledge, build expertise and improve patient care.
AGA members save on DDW registration
Join AGA, or renew your membership, by May 18 to receive the member rate. Member trainees, residents and students receive even greater discounts.