2023 ACG/VGS/ODSGNA Postgraduate Course in Gastroenterology a Great Success

September 8-10, 2023

The 24th annual ACG/VGS/ODSGNA meeting was held September 8-10, 2023 at the Williamsburg Lodge. An exciting agenda featuring nationally known speakers was assembled by the course directors:

  • Maithili Chitnavis, MD
  • Daniel Strand, MD
  • Eileen Dauz, BSN, RN, CGRN, CFER, CER
  • Catherine Bauman, RNBS, MBA, CGRN, CFER

“Gastroenterology, Virginia Style” featured the latest information in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, and endoscopy in historic Colonial Williamsburg, where “the future may learn from the past.” The Friday ‘Endoscopy School,’ developed by the ACG, featured a “deep dive” into endoscopic techniques with both didactic lectures and a hands-on session with multiple vendors demonstrating the latest equipment and techniques for interventional procedures.

For a social media thread on this year’s conference as well as events at the ACG Annual Meeting in Vancouver, please check out our @X site — @VirginiaGastro.

We thank you for your continued support of the Virginia Gastroenterological Society, and we look forward to seeing you next year in Williamsburg!

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