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January 15, 2020

Tools to help you implement the GIM guideline in practice

Access on-demand education designed to help you determine next steps for your patients with gastric intestinal metaplasia (GIM) detected as part of routine upper endoscopy.
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AGA has several tools to help you in implementing our latest guideline on the management of gastric intestinal metaplasia (GIM) found during routine endoscopy.

On-demand education

Shailja Shah, MD, co-author of the guideline’s technical review, hosts a session in AGA University on how to apply the key recommendations from the AGA gastric intestinal metaplasia guideline to manage your patients. Watch now.

Review the eQ&A

Guideline authors Samir Gupta, MD, MSCS, AGAF, and Dan Li, MD, AGAF, recently hosted an eQ&A in the AGA Community to answer questions from members on the guideline. Review the discussion where they answer questions related to family history of gastric or esophageal cancer and when to conduct routine short-interval repeat endoscopy.

Additional resources in Gastroenterology

AGA Clinical Guidelines
Evidence-based recommendations.
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