Medical providers and medical societies must keep moving forward just to stay where they are.
Tuesday’s joint breakfast symposium sponsored by SSAT and the International Society of Digestive Surgery (ISDS) will provide an overview of enhanced recovery after surgery.
Hepatitis C (HCV) can be eradicated, but the question is whether the global community, or even a single nation, has the financial and political will to do it.
International teams will vie for a gold medal today in the fifth annual ASGE World Cup of Endoscopy.
Representatives from each of the four participating DDW® societies will summarize the most important findings presented at this year’s meeting.
Physicians should actively manage their online presence to present a positive image, a social media expert advised during a Monday AGA session.
One of the enduring problems in diagnosing and treating nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the lack of simple, reproducible, readily available and affordable diagnostics.
At Monday’s AGA clinical symposium on the future of academic gastroenterology, Suzanne Rose, MD, MSEd said that it doesn’t make much sense for GI fellows to spend the bulk of their time in hospitals.
A recent clinical trial suggests that there may be better indicators than the adenoma detection rate (ADR), which has long been used to assess the quality of a colonoscopy.
For the first time at DDW®, a team of editors and reviewers for ASGE’s peer-reviewed journal, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (GIE), will conduct a session today.