“Increasingly, gastroenterologists are finding that diet and nutrition has really become a first-line treatment for their patients with a wide range of diseases affecting the esophogus, the GI tract, the colon and the liver,” says William Chey, MD, AGAF, co-chair of the 2019 James W. Freston Conference: Food at the Intersection of Gut Health and Disease, in a newly released video by AGA.
Dr. Chey notes Freston “will address an incredible unmet need in terms of providing education for gastroenterologists and other health care providers on the emerging role of diet and nutrition.”
“We couldn’t think of a more important topic than what we are going to cover in Freston this year,” he declares.
Course directors have also announced clinicians can earn 10.5 CME and 10.5 MOC hours for attending 2019 Freston and dietitians can earn 10.5 CPEUs.
You can still save $100 off attending with your registration by July 31.