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  March 8, 2021

Fulfill your CME and MOC requirements at DDW® 2021

Did you know that AGA offers CME and MOC for sessions you attend at DDW? Watch sessions live or on demand to earn the credit you need.
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We know carving out time from your busy schedule for live education can be challenging and we want to provide you with easy access to keep up to date with Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Maintenance of Certification (MOC). This year at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) Virtual, we will offer 21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ for live AGA sessions and over 200 credits for enduring content. Additionally, we will be certifying all AGA sessions for MOC. Attendees will earn MOC points equivalent to the amount of CME credits claimed for the activity.

Search the program

Across all 338 AGA sessions planned by the AGA Institute Council, attendees can earn between 1–1.5 CME credits and MOC points. Use the DDW Online Planner, and filter by society and CME hours. You can also use DDW Tracks in the planner to hone down on the content areas in which you are most interested.

Exciting AGA sessions include:

  • 2021 AGA Guideline Highlights: COVID-19, Endoscopic Balloons, Coagulation in Cirrhosis and Moderate to Severe CD
  • AGA Clinical Plenary
  • FDA Town Hall
  • Gender Disparities in GI: Progress and Challenges
  • Leveling Up Your Lab: How to Bring State-of-the-Art Tech to Your Science (GRG Symposium)
  • The Time Is Now: Addressing Health Care Disparities in Fellowship

 

Register and claim

DDW registration is still open and discounted for AGA members. Once you attend sessions, you can claim CME and MOC through the virtual platform or on the DDW website after the meeting ends.

AGA scientific programming at DDW is developed by
AGA Institute Council
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