The 2018 ACG/VGS/ODSGNA Postgraduate Course in Gastroenterology has broken another attendance record. Over 350 clinicians are now gathering in historic Williamsburg, VA for this CME/CEU-accredited conference co-sponsored by the American College of Gastroenterology, Virginia GI Society, and Old Dominion Society of Gastrointestinal Nurses and Associates. Attendees represent 28 states across the country, and the faculty features world-class speakers. Past ACG president Irving Pike, MD, FACP remarked, “There are few if any more significant regional G.I. courses in the country.”
Educational sessions include a full-day course on Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Management of Ulcer Disease, Esophageal Motility Disorders, How to Avoid Complications in ERCP, Management of Pancreatic Cysts, NASH – What Therapies Are on the Horizon, Difficult Colon Polyps, Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, and a Practice Management Session. Special nursing breakouts are available to attendees on Procedure Room Safety, Quality Measures, Infection Prevention, and Specimen Management.
Plan to join your colleagues and attend next-year’s Regional Postgraduate Course in Gastroenterology in Williamsburg!