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August 27, 2019

GIs discuss DDSEP’s impact on their clinical practice

DDSEP 9 is a great way to prepare for the ABIM's two-year Knowledge Check In coming on Sept. 4 or Sept. 12, 2019.

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With ABIM’s two-year Knowledge Check In coming up on Sept. 4 or Sept. 12, 2019, AGA analyzed user feedback of Digestive Diseases Self-Education Program® (DDSEP) for its value in preparing GI clinicians for the exam and patient care success.

What AGA learned is GIs in the U.S. and across world have come to rely on DDSEP to deliver new learning and case-specific questions and analysis about GI diseases and hepatology. Among the feedback, DDSEP learners said: 

    • “Good coverage of a wide variety of issues to be seen in clinical practice.”
    • “This program helps me to take care of my daily GI work for diagnosis and treatment.”
    • “This activity modified my approach to the evaluation of several disorders.”

The newly issued DDSEP 9 continues this tradition of excellence. As you prepare for the ABIM Knowledge Check In, learn more about DDSEP 9.

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