ACG’s publications bring you the latest findings in clinical research and keep you up-to-date on what the College is doing to promote and advance the GI profession.
- The American Journal of Gastroenterology
The official peer-reviewed journal of ACG, The American Journal of Gastroenterology, also known as The Red Journal, publishes scientific papers relevant to the practice of clinical gastroenterology. It features original research, review articles and consensus papers related to new drugs and therapeutic modalities. Throughout the year, you’ll also find practice guidelines on gastrointestinal diseases that have been developed and reviewed under the auspices of the ACG Practice Parameters Committee. The ACG Editorial Board encourages submissions of original manuscripts, review articles and letters to the editor from members and non-members.
- Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology
Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology (CTG), published on behalf of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), is a peer-reviewed open access online journal dedicated to innovative clinical work in the field of gastroenterology and hepatology. CTG hopes to fulfill an unmet need for clinicians and scientists by welcoming novel case series and cohort studies, reports from early phase development of novel pharmacotherapies, and hypothesis-generating translational research and preclinical studies with clear applications to human physiology or disease. CTG also welcomes hypothesis-generating case series, methods papers, and translational research.
- ACG Case Reports Journal
ACG Case Reports Journal (ACGCR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication that provides GI fellows, private practice clinicians, and other members of the health care team an opportunity to share interesting case reports with their peers and with leaders in the field. The Journal is edited by a team of GI fellows and will be published online each quarter for free to all readers, including ACG non-members. Issues will feature images, video clips, and multimedia content in addition to case descriptions.
- ACG This Week, National Affairs Newsletter
Updates on current national affairs affecting the GI community and clinician.
- ACG Update Newsletter
Want to know what ACG is doing to promote, educate and advocate for the GI profession? Read the ACG Update, a bi-monthly newsletter highlighting activities, meetings and events sponsored by the College. It also serves as a forum for ACG Members and Fellows to exchange information regarding practice management issues.
- ACG Guidelines
A tremendous amount of time and talent from an impressive pool of GI experts is devoted to the development of new ACG guidelines on gastrointestinal and liver diseases. The College’s twin objectives for its guidelines are that they reflect the current state-of-the-art scientific work and be based on the principles of evidence-based medicine. The College places equal priority on continuing to update and refresh older guidelines as new information becomes available. ACG’s CME offerings frequently feature references to ACG guidelines or form the scientific foundation for specific CME programs.
- ACG SmartBrief
Emailed twice weekly to ACG members, the ACG SmartBrief provides summaries of the latest news in gastroenterology. You’ll find news coverage of Clinical Updates, Legal & Regulatory, Practice News, Business & Market Trends, Patient Perspectives, and more. If you are an ACG member and are not currently receiving ACG SmartBrief, update your member record by adding your email address information.
- ACG Digestive Health SmartBrief
Share the latest news in gastroenterology and hepatology with your patients by signing up to offer the Digestive Health SmartBrief (DHSB). As an ACG member, you can offer this valuable e-newsletter to your patients and customize the DHSB to include your name or office name and address. The DHSB is emailed twice a week to any consumer interested in GI health. Article summaries focus on Guide to Healthy Living, Diagnosis and Treatment, Clinical Trial Monitor, Policy Watch and information about ACG’s patient education resources.
If you missed the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course, you can still benefit by purchasing one of the many resources produced for the meeting. Updated annually, these resources provide a comprehensive review of many subjects for the GI physician. These resources are available for sale immediately following the Annual Meeting for a nominal price.The annual publications are:
- Annual Postgraduate Course Syllabus
- Annual Meeting Symposia Sessions Syllabus
- Annual Meeting Breakfast Sessions Syllabus
- Self-Assessment Test (also available online)
- Practice Management Course Syllabus
- What’s New in GI Pharmacology Course Syllabus
In addition, the College produces publications for biennial courses – Pathology and Imaging in the Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Disease Course and GI Pathophysiology: Applications for Clinical Practice Course.