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April 16, 2019

New breakout session formats at the 2019 AGA Postgraduate Course

Choose from 31 breakout sessions that allow you to delve deeper into specific clinical topics that you see most in practice.

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Register for the 2019 AGA Postgraduate Course, and not only do you get to attend six general sessions, but you can choose one luncheon breakout session and one case-based session. This year, we’re introducing three new case-based breakout session formats that offer you enhanced learning opportunities. These practical learning formats will send you home ready to apply what you learn.


Video learning

Video presentation


Interested in delving into hands-on procedural topics? Instead of using solely didactic lecture slides, faculty will include video presentations to demonstrate points and techniques.


Flipped classroom

Flipped classroom


This format turns breakout sessions from lecture to interactive discussions. Review the learning material beforehand, then come prepared to deepen understanding through discussion with your peers and faculty.


Curbside consult

Curbside consult


Expert moderators will lead challenging inquiries on clinical topics directly with audience members. Curbside consults give you direct access to an advanced clinical expert on a focused topic. Bring your case and collaborate with luminaries on your challenges.


The 2019 course will take place on May 18 and 19, 2019, in San Diego, California, held in conjunction with Digestive Disease Week® (DDW). If you are already registered for DDW and would like to add this course, simply log in to the DDW Registration Resource Center to update your registration.


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At the time of this article, this activity is supported by an educational grant from Salix Pharmaceuticals.

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