ASGE offers courses on different topics to help you acquire and maintain the skills and knowledge necessary to advance your clinical knowledge, improve your practice, and meet both CME and MOC requirements.

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Where: Washington, DC
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Come explore the recent developments in esophageal diseases in this inaugural ASGE course of Esophagology: Testing and Treatment. Participants will learn the updated management in esophageal diseases including achalasia and other motility disorders, gastroesophageal reflux disease, eosinophilic esophagitis, and more. This integrated course will feature state of the art lectures by the experts, engaging question and answer sessions, interactive case-based panel discussions, and hands... Details
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The Life of a Graduate Twitter & Webinar Series-Register for All Three Sponsored by the ASGE Women in Endoscopy SIG. Please join the ASGE Women in Endoscopy SIG for a practical and interactive, Twitter and webinar series aimed at providing an unfiltered account of the Life of a GI Graduate. This series will take you on a journey examining important topics that all young gastroenterologists need to know during their first five years in practice. This three-part series will... Details
When: June 10, 2020
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Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) are crucial members of the gastroenterology clinical team in delivering high quality and efficient care to patients. The Advanced Practice Provider Onboarding for the GI Practice course examines GI-specific essentials for APPs new or returning to GI and provides best practices to assist APPs in navigating their role in all GI practice setting. A team-oriented course, this is a must-attend course for APP supervisors, practice administrators and... Details
When: July 11–12, 2020
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The ASGE Annual Postgraduate Course will be held as a Virtual Course in 2020, this course brings together experts from across the globe to present precise, evidence-based and outcomes-driven endoscopic management of gastrointestinal and related disorders. This will include discussions on tools and techniques, tips and tricks to achieve your own optimal outcomes everyday, as well as advnaced diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. The APG will examine innovations in endoscopy that... Details
When: July 18, 2020
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ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE’s Institute for... Details
When: July 24–25, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE’s Institute for... Details
When: July 26–27, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE’s Institute for... Details
When: July 31 – August 1, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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Join ASGE and your colleagues on August 1-2, 2020 for GI Outlook (GO) 2020 - the Practice Management Conference - where all levels of GI practice leadership come together to learn about the current and near future practice environment, and to compare notes on best practices with renowned faculty and with each other. If you are looking for ways to put your practice on a solid financial foundation and position your group for success in an era of turbulent change, or, if you are looking ... Details
When: August 1–2, 2020
Where: Arlington, VA
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ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE’s Institute for... Details
When: August 2–3, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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It is estimated that there are 14,000 gastroenterologists and more than 2000 individual GI groups in the United States today. Approximately 50% of GI providers are estimated to be employed by hospitals or other health care organizations. What should GI Fellows be thinking about as they begin the final chapters of their formal training years? What do the different work environments look like? What opportunities and challenges do they provide? Will the present consolidation trends in... Details
When: August 8–9, 2020
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The Life of a Graduate Twitter & Webinar Series-Register for All Three Sponsored by the ASGE Women in Endoscopy SIG Please join the ASGE Women in Endoscopy SIG for a practical and interactive, Twitter and webinar series aimed at providing an unfiltered account of the Life of a GI Graduate. This series will take you on a journey examining important topics that all young gastroenterologists need to know during their first five years in practice. This three-part series will... Details
When: September 16, 2020
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This highly popular course was developed by ASGE to educate physicians and non-physician staff of endoscopy units on how to translate quality and safety concepts into everyday practice. Through a mixture of didactic lecture and interactive sessions taught by leading experts in the field, participants of the course will advance their knowledge of endoscopy unit quality and safety, as well as discuss emerging trends and evidence. They will also be prepared to apply for the ASGE... Details
When: September 19, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from masters of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) and Per-oral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM.) The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) and the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) invite you to participate in this one-of-a-kind immersion course in ESD, taught by highly experienced experts in the... Details
When: September 25–26, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) and the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) invite you to participate in this one-of-a-kind inaugural immersion course in POEM, taught by highly experienced world-renowned experts. This course is planned to prepare participants for the clinical application of interventional endoscopy using submucosal space and will educate not only technical aspect of submucosal endoscopy, but also clinical diagnosis of... Details
When: September 27–28, 2020
Where: Downers Grove, IL