At ACG 2014 there are a number of opportunities to network with your peers. Here are a few of the events taking place at ACG 2014.
Harry E. Sarles, Jr., MD, FACG, ACG President, will address attendees during the Presidential Address to mark the beginning of the Annual Meeting. The President uses this opportunity to welcome members, highlight ACG’s accomplishments over the past year, and bid farewell as he passes leadership of the ACG on to the President-Elect.
All ACG Members and Fellows (FACG) are encouraged to attend the College’s Annual Business Meeting where College business will be discussed and voted on. Mix and mingle with fellow colleagues while you enjoy a selection of light refreshments.
The ACG Auxiliary will provide a Hospitality Suite for spouses during the ACG Annual Meeting, offering a place to relax and unwind, review tour and visitor information, or just chat with friends. Registration for Auxiliary members will also be available in the suite. Information on Auxiliary events and tours will be available soon.
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Don't miss this exciting fun run, which is open to all ACG attendees, family members, exhibitors, and local residents. More information will be available soon.
Open to all ACG 2014 attendees, industry-sponsored satellite symposia provide additional educational opportunities for attendees. These programs are independent of the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course programs and ACG is not the continuing medical education provider of these programs.Continue to visit this website for updates.
Open to all ACG 2014 attendees, Exhibitor Theaters may be provided by an ACG 2014 Exhibitor or ACG. These presentations provide additional educational opportunities for attendees. No CME is provided for Theater presentations.
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