The ACG GI Circle, IBD Circle, ACG Hepatology Circle, ACG Functional GI Health and Nutrition Circle, and ACG Women in GI Circle are online professional networking communities specifically designed to meet the clinical, professional and practice management needs of the ACG members. These safe, private and secure communities provide ACG members with an easily accessible platform to collaborate with colleagues on a range of topics and issues related to the GI profession, reach leading medical experts across the spectrum of gastroenterology, and access a range of ACG tools and resources.

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On the ACG GI Circle you can:

  • Engage with experts on clinical challenges and the latest science in an open dialogue.
  • Share your experiences and keep pace with emerging trends.
  • Connect with colleagues and find friends to discuss new research and clinical updates presented at ACG meetings or top-of-mind issues like health care policy and practice management.
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The IBD Circle Offers You:

  • Easy access to tools, information and expertise you need to manage your patients.
  • An expert panel of moderators to answer your questions and share clinical insight
  • The latest IBD news, research, treatment protocols, guide lines and more
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On the ACG Hepatology Circle you can:

  • Access the tools, information and expertise you need to manage your patients.
  • Reach an expert panel of moderators to address your questions, share clinical insights.
  • Keep pace with the latest hepatology news, research, treatment protocols, guidelines and more.
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On the ACG Functional GI Health and Nutrtion Circle you can:

  • Stay current with the latest news, research, treatment protocols, guidelines and more.
  • Access the tools, information and expertise you need to manage your patients.
  • Share your clinical case challenges for expert insight and guidance and peer commentary.
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The ACG Women in GI Circle Features:

  • An expert panel of women in GI who are ready to share insights on treatment recommendations for difficult clinical cases; offer advice regarding a promotion or negotiatiting for a raise, help trainees with questions about contract negotia- tions or selecting a practice, and more.
  • Access to resources so you can stay current with the latest research on disorders more commonly seen in female patients; and resources that support women in GI, both in their careers and outside of work.
  • A chance to engage in discussions with your colleagues and share your insights, as we all has different experiences and expertise to share.
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The Professionalism and Wellness discussion within the GI Circle features:

  • Access to resources related to medical professionalism, health and wellness, work-life balance and volunteerism.
  • A forum to pose questions of peers relating to well-being of gastroenterologists at various career levels and personal life stages
  • Discussion among practicing GI clinicians of strategies to overcome burnout and flourish personally and professionally.
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