Challenged to stay on top of new advances in clinical care and hot topics such as COVID-19 and telemedicine? Now, it’s easy with AGA’s Windows on Clinical GI, a new virtual live and on-demand lecture series, starting Aug. 18. Free to AGA members and $150 to nonmembers, this interactive programming gives you the latest diagnoses and treatment options including endoscopic therapeutic advances for multiple disease states as well as advice on how to engage patients and answers to specific patient care issues you face through Q&A with faculty. The tour de force lineup of world-renowned GIs includes:
- Anil Rustgi, MD, AGAF, Columbia University, on the mechanisms of esophageal cancer.
- Douglas Rex, MD, AGAF, Indiana University, on performance and quality measures of colonoscopy.
- Bruce Sands, MD, MS, AGAF, Mount Sinai, on IBD therapeutic management and trials.
- Rohit Loomba, MD, University of California, San Diego, on NAFLD and hepatic imaging.
Earn up to 7.5 CME as you enjoy the flexibility of learning at your own pace from the convenience of your home or office.
Our faculty will be in the AGA Community to share additional insights and answer your follow up questions. Follow the Roundtable to receive updates.
Can’t make one of the live lectures? View the archives whenever you want over the next 12 months. With your complimentary access as an AGA member, learning with the Windows on Clinical GI lectures is only a click away.