Annual Meeting and Postgraduate Course

ACG Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course CME

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ACG Annual Meeting

Excellent faculty and a clinical focus make the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course the premier GI clinical event of the year. Network with your peers, share experiences from your practice, and get unparalleled access to faculty for in-depth discussions on a broad range of cutting edge topics for the GI physician.

The ACG Annual Scientific Meeting offers you:

  • The latest clinical information on key topics for the GI physician
  • Plenary sessions and poster sessions that showcase research and provide a wealth of patient-related clinical data and experiences
  • Trainees’ Forum that allows young physicians to explore career opportunities
  • Industry exhibitions featuring the latest advances in gastrointestinal technology and therapeutics

Future Meeting Dates

ACG 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course
October 25-30, 2019
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
San Antonio, Texas

  • Practice Management: October 25
  • GI Pharmacology: October 25
  • GI Pathophysiology: October 25
  • ASGE Endoscopy Course: October 25
  • ACG’s Postgraduate Course: October 26-27
  • ACG’s Annual Scientific Meeting: October 28-30

Postgraduate Course

Held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting, the ACG Postgraduate Course is designed with the busy GI clinician in mind. The two-day weekend Postgraduate Course provides the latest clinical updates and what is on the horizon that may impact a GI physician’s practice. The ACG Postgraduate course also includes a printed copy of the ACG Self-Assessment Test. This 300 question resource offers 35 additional CME credits and MOC points.

At the ACG Postgraduate Course, you will:

  • Learn better ways to integrate the newest tools in diagnosis with the latest therapeutic/treatment alternatives to achieve optimal outcomes
  • Improve your awareness and ability to incorporate patient care decision-making issues relating to common and not-so-common GI patient conditions
  • Enhance your overall capacity to frame effective disease management strategies in your practice

In addition, attendees have the option to attend Learning Luncheons that allow participants to explore, in greater detail, key topic areas with nationally recognized experts.