Registration and housing for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2020 and the AGA Postgraduate Course are now open for AGA members. Use this week of advance access to book your first choice of hotel and a seat in popular ticketed sessions. AGA member students, trainees, medical residents and postdoctoral fellows receive complimentary DDW registration and reduced registration rates for the postgraduate course until March 18.
DDW is taking place May 2–5, 2020, at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. Featuring clinical care updates — presented nowhere else during DDW — the AGA Postgraduate Course will be held in conjunction with DDW on May 2 and 3. You can register for both together. Visit the DDW website and AGA University to learn more about each.
Improve patient care
The AGA Postgraduate Course is a comprehensive 1.5-day program highlighting ground-breaking advances in the delivery of high-quality, patient-centered GI care. Attendees will participate in dynamic case-based sessions, learning lunches and panel discussions, and will walk away with best practices for treating a variety of disease states and digestive disorders.
The brightest ideas and breakthroughs in digestive disease
DDW continues to improve and consolidate its reputation as the meeting that brings the brightest ideas and breakthroughs in digestive disease. Prepare to be blown away in the Windy City by all that DDW has to offer:
- More than 400 scientific sessions, organized by educational tracks and presented in a wide range of session formats. New sessions include an AGA Clinical Plenary, Topic-Focused Workshops on hypnosis techniques and nutrition, and expanded programming in the DDW Trainee and Early Career Lounge.
- Opportunities to connect with over 14,000 attendees from around the world, including top GI experts. New Continuing Conversation blocks, immediately following select invited-speaker sessions, allow you time to network with presenters and fellow attendees.
- An Exhibit Hall spotlighting new innovations and technologies that you can implement in your practice.