DDW planners are making it easier for attendees to find more and get more out of this year’s meeting in San Diego, CA.
From the latest updates on hepatitis C (HCV) to the effects of population health on the rationing of care, AASLD has a comprehensive lineup of hepatology sessions planned for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2016.
This year’s AGA Postgraduate Course at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) will provide attendees with vital cognitive and technical tools to utilize in practice, as well as updates on the latest clinical advances in the field.
When developing content for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2016, the ASGE program committee set out to create an extensive portfolio of endoscopy programs to suit the needs of all practicing gastroenterologists.
SSAT will conduct three concurrent hands-on courses in the Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) exhibit hall on Saturday May 21, and Sunday, May 22.
The hepatology landscape has changed dramatically in the past year. New regimens and ever-higher cure rates for hepatitis C (HCV), an even greater focus on fatty liver disease, and new organ allocation policies and procedures for liver transplantation are among the changes affecting clinical practice.
The AGA program at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2016 kicks off on Saturday, May 21, with an entirely new resource, the Basic Science Zone. This dedicated area will feature symposia presentations, abstract-driven oral sessions and the most concentrated networking opportunities DDW has ever seen.
This year’s ASGE Annual Postgraduate Course offers gastroenterologists an opportunity to review the latest evidence, recommendations and trends in endoscopic oncology.
SSAT’s Postgraduate/Continuing Medical Education Committee Panel is sponsoring a special session on Saturday, May 21, titled Robotics for the GI Surgeon: Training, Economics and the Future.