The American College of Gastroenterology is committed to serving the specific needs of GI trainees. The ACG 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course includes programs and activities designed with this aim in mind.
Read more about ACG 2016 Fellows-in-Training events.
Free to all ACG 2016 attendees, you can choose from a number of hands-on options including stenting, foreign body removal, hemostasis techniques, polypectomy, EMR, mucosal ablation, hemorrhoid therapy, and more. In addition, the College will offer trainee-only hands-on sessions.
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At ACG 2016 there are a number of opportunities to network with your peers and have some fun as well! Learn what ACG is doing for you, see training programs compete in GI Jeopardy, go on an ACG Auxiliary tour, and attend one of the many company-sponsored events.
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Schedule at a Glance
The Schedule at a Glance is a great tool for planning your daily itinerary at the ACG Annual Meeting and Postgraduate Course. The meeting schedule is in progress and will be available in April 2016. Check back soon and learn more about what ACG 2016 has to offer. Learn more.
Make your hotel reservations early!
For ACG 2016, room blocks will be offered at The Venetian and The Palazzo. The housing website will open in early April 2016. Make your reservations early for best selection. Learn more.
Connect with the ACG GI Circle
Connect with colleagues and find friends in ACG’s online community. Discuss new research and clinical updates presented at ACG meetings or top-of-mind issues like health care policy and practice management. Learn more.
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