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Tailored GI learning for APPs

Refine your knowledge on how to treat patients with IBS, NASH, GERD, dysphagia and other common GI disorders.
Principles of GI Image
Principles of GI Image

Patients suffering from IBS, NASH, GERD, dysphagia and other common GI disorders can be a challenge to diagnose and treat. The 2023 Principles of GI for the NP and PA, which will take place Aug. 18-20, in Denver, Colorado, and online, guides advanced practice providers (APPs) on how to address these diseases through case-based scenarios often seen in practice. Save $100 by registering through Aug. 4.

Tailored learning tracks are available for early-career and advanced-career APPs. Expert physicians and seasoned APPs will guide early career professionals on key things they need to know when starting out in their GI practice. Advanced professionals will learn about new endoscopic tools and the latest screening and treatment guidelines for Barrett’s esophagus. The course curriculum and session tracks are based on input from 2022 attendees to ensure the content is highly relevant.

Flexible ways to participate

The course offers you flexibility on how to participate. In-person provides you networking opportunities and a chance to enjoy Denver. Take in a Rockies baseball game or walk along the 16th Street Mall. Participating online saves you travel expenses and time away from work. With both methods, on-demand access is included with registration, giving you two years to reference and review what you learned as needed. Earn up to 33.25 CME with either in-person or online participation and with the on-demand course, more than any other competing course.

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