More than 13,000 GI professionals worldwide call themselves an ACG Member. Join the community of clinical gastroenterologists committed to providing quality in patient care. Members access a wide variety of resources and benefit from ACG's ongoing educational and legislative initiatives to ensure quality in care.
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Authored by a talented group of GI experts, the College is devoted to the development of new ACG guidelines on gastrointestinal and liver diseases. Our guidelines reflect the current state-of-the-art scientific work and are based on the principles of evidence-based medicine.
Earn your CME from the convenience of your home or office by accessing ACG's web-based educational programs, or attend one of ACG's regional or national meetings and Annual Postgraduate Course, that provide an opportunity to connect with colleagues and discuss the challenges you face in practice and ways to overcome them.
From The American Journal of Gastroenterology, the leading GI clinical journal, to quality initiatives, treatment resources and late-breaking news, ACG provides a wide-range of resources that keep you current on clinical updates and what is on the horizon that may impact your practice.
From articles to educational programs, ACG provides you tools and techniques you can use in your practice that will help improve efficiency and increase profitability. Learn from experts at ACG's live and web-based educational programs, read what others are doing in their practice to solve problems they encounter and connect with colleagues online to discuss important issues and share ways to improve practice.
Keep up with the latest news and developments on Capitol Hill, CMS and the FDA. ACG has compiled a wealth of resources to help keep members up-to-date on the latest legislative and regulatory actions that impact the gastroenterology practice, as well as tools to help you manage your practice in light of these changes and take action on important issues. ACG has created a "Take Action Toolkit" to help you speak out for – or against – the issues that matter most to you and your practice. You can make a difference. From health care reform to other legislative and regulatory issues that affect your practice; every voice counts.
The ACG Institute for Clinical Research & Education supports clinical gastroenterology research and faculty development awards each year.
Through its Awards program, ACG recognizes the professional accomplishments and many significant contributions of its members to clinical gastroenterology and to the life of the College.
The primary mission of the ACG Institute for Clinical Research & Education is to advance the field of clinical gastroenterology through education and research. Founded in 1994, the ACG Institute has evolved into a major source of funding for patient care oriented gastroenterology research, and an active and effective sponsor of educational programming for consumers and physicians alike.
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This section is a one-stop-shop for GI Trainees and those interested in pursuing a career in GI. You will find information about ACG trainee events and meetings, GI fellowship programs across North America, the GI Match, ACG's Mentoring Program and many other educational materials uniquely tailored for GI Fellows.
Journalists access information on digestive health, including the latest ACG news and up-to-date information about ACG's Annual Scientific Meeting and the latest clinical science.
Whether you are working on a consumer health story, an article for healthcare providers or need access to GI experts, ACG welcomes media inquiries.
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ACG welcomes inquiries about digestive health from the media and can make experts available for interviews upon request.
Please call the Communications Team at 301-263-9000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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PRACTICAL ADVICE FROM A SEASONED CLINICIAN
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