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- Liver Diseases and Transplantation
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|Adding Value to Your Practice: Three Trends You Should Know|
|Advances in Pancreatic Endoscopy|
|Advancing Clinical Practice: GI Fellow-Directed Quality-Improvement Projects|
|Advent of Biosimilar Products in US GI Practice|
|AGA Emmet B. Keeffe Symposium Prevention of Viral Hepatitis Through Vaccination: Done or Just Getting Started?|
|AGA Presidential Plenary|
|AGA/UEG Rising Scholars: Advances in Research, a Multitopic Discussion|
|Barrier Functions in the Intestine and Beyond|
|Best of AGA at DDW in Chinese|
|Celiac Disease in the Postbiopsy Era|
|Cellular Cross Talk in the Pathogenesis of Pancreatic Disease|
|Closing the Data Gaps: Strategies to Recruit and Retain Diverse Patient Populations in Clinical Studies|
|Controversies in IBD: Resolving Clinical Dilemmas Using Cochrane Reviews|
|Controversies in Pediatric IBD|
|Dietary Modulation of Host-Microbe Interactions in Health and Disease|
|Fad Diets: Are You Up to Date?|
|Farron and Martin Brotman, MD, Lecture The Modern Medical Management of IBD: Biologics, Biosimilars and Small Molecules|
|Food Intolerance, Medicinal Foods, Diet Fads, and the Role of Nutritionists in Gas, Bloating and IBS|
|Funderburg Symposium: 25 Years of Gastric Cancer Research|
|Gastroenterology in the Age of Trump|
|Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Toward Consensus in Terminology and Testing|
|Gut Microbiota in Disease: Identifying Personalized Approaches in Management of Disease and Section Business Meeting|
|HIV and Liver Disease|
|Hot Topics in Mom-and-Baby Nutrition|
|Human Organoid Models of Gut Function and Pathogenesis|
|Imaging and Staging of Rectal Cancer CT, MR and EUS Best Approach|
|Innovation in Obesity Treatment Endoscopic and Practice|
|Insights from Community Ecology and Novel Applications to Understanding the Human Microbiome|
|Intestinal Stem Cell Biology|
|Intraluminal Factors in the Pathogenesis of Functional Bowel Disorders: Bile Salts, Mast Cells, Proteases and Metabolomics|
|Kiron and Kamala Das Symposium - Managing the Inpatient With Severe Ulcerative Colitis: A Case-Based, Medical-Surgical Approach|
|Kristin and David Peura, MD, Lecture: Help! I Can't Get Rid of H. Pylori|
|Metabolic Diseases of the Liver in Adults|
|Microbiome in Pediatric Diseases|
|Natural History of Viral Hepatitis|
|New Frontiers in Pediatric Liver Disease|
|Pediatric Functional and Motility Disorders|
|Systems Biology in IBD: A Pathway to a Cure?|
|Taking Back Power: Options for Organizing Physicians to Enhance Bargaining Power|
|Tales From the Front Lines: How GI Practices Are Using Quality Measurement to Drive Improvement|
|The Road to Leadership in GI|
|Total Pancreatectomy and Auto Islet Transplantation|
|Treatment of Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis|
|Vitamin D and GI Disease|
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AGA Basic Science Plenary
Bariatric "Sans" Surgery? Can Changes in Physiology from Bariatric Surgery Inform Treatment of Obesity and Diabetes Without the Surgery?
Barrier Functions in the Intestine and Beyond
Basic Mechanisms in Enteric Neurosciences
Basic Science: Late-Breaking Abstract Plenary
Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics
Cancer Microenvironment and Models
Cancer Therapy and Chemoprevention
Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology Distinguished Abstract Plenary and Section Business Meeting
Cellular Cross Talk in the Pathogenesis of Pancreatic Disease
Clonal and Stem Cell Populations in GI Carcinogenesis
Dark Matter: Nonbacterial Kingdoms of the Microbiome (Bacteriophage, Archea and Fungi)
Epithelial Biology and the Stress Response
Esophageal Squamous Cell Cancers: From Genomic Landscapes to Perspectives on New Therapies
Funderburg Symposium: 25 Years of Gastric Cancer Research
Gastrointestinal Oncology Distinguished Abstract Plenary and Section Business Meeting
GRG Spring Symposium: Engineered T Cells and Immune-Checkpoint Therapies for GI Cancers
Host Determinants of Gut Microbial Community Structure and Function
Human Organoid Models of Gut Function and Pathogenesis
In Vivo (Non-Human) Models of Gastrointestinal Disorders
Inflammation and Inflammatory Pathways in GI Carcinogenesis
Inflammatory Mechanisms Regulating Colitis
Intestinal Metaplasia in the Esophagus and Stomach: Highlights of the 2016 Freston Conference
Intestinal Stem Cell Biology
Intestinal Stem Cell Responses to Pathogen Infection
Managing the Host-Pathogen Interface: Epithelial Innate Immunity
Mechanisms of Bile Acids in Intestinal Disorders
Mechanisms of Mucosal Repair
Microbial Regulators of the Gut-Brain Function
Microbial-Induced Mucosal Inflammation and Immunity and Host Defense
Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of GI Cancers
Morton I. Grossman Distinguished Lectureship Regulation of Mucosal Growth: Amino Acids to mTOR to Antizyme
Not Just Cancer! Wnt/Beta - Catenin During Development and Homeostasis of the GI Tract
Organoids as Models of Pediatric Intestinal Disorders
Role of Epigenetic - Transcriptional Networks in the Pathogenesis of GI Tract
Super Resolution Light Microscopy
Systems Biology Approaches to Gastrointestinal Cancer
The Tumor Microenvironment: Novel Pathways Driving Carcinogenesis
Translational and Targeted Therapies for GI Cancers
Using CRISPR/Cas9 to Develop Novel Models for GI Cancer
Vitamin D and GI Disease
Biliary Tract Diseases
ASGE Annual Postgraduate Course Best Tips, Worst Mistakes: Lessons From the Masters, Day One $$$
ASGE Annual Postgraduate Course Best Tips, Worst Mistakes: Lessons From the Masters, Day Two $$$
Controversies in ERCP for 2017
ERCP Optimizing Cannulation and Outcomes - Techniques and Controversies
ERCP Safety and Outcomes
ERCP: Staying Out of Trouble
Evolution of the Role of Diagnostic EUS
Lumen-Apposing Stents: Where Now?
Malignant Biliary Stricture: New Diagnostic Modalities and Evolving Treatment Options
Management of Obstruction in PSC: When and How to Intervene
New Techniques in ERCP for Management of Benign Biliary Disease
Adenoma Detection Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going
Advances in Colorectal ESD
Clostridium difficile Colitis: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Management and Therapy
Colon Cancer Biomarkers and Screenings
Colon Polyps and Newer perspectives
Colonic Mucosal Resection Techniques
Colorectal-Cancer Screening and Outcomes
Colorectal-Cancer Screening Cage Matches
Early Onset and Hereditary Colorectal Cancer
Endoscopic Management of LGI Bleed
Endoscopic Management of Premalignant of Difficult Colon Lesions
FIT to be Screened
Imaging and Staging of Rectal Cancer CT, MR and EUS Best Approach
Improving Colonoscopy Quality and Efficiency
Lo Mejor de DDW
Management of the Malignant Colon Polyp: Observation, Endoscopic or Surgical Resection?
Optimizing Endoscopic Outcomes in Colorectal Neoplasia
Personalized Management of GI Cancers
SSAT and ASCRS Joint Symposium: Rectal Cancer Quality - Multiple Initiatives, One Common Goal
SSAT Clinical Ward Rounds, Small Bowel and Colorectal: EMR and ESD in the Management of Colorectal Neoplasia
SSAT GI Surgery Debate, Small Bowel and Colorectal: Expectant Management Versus Incidental Appendectomy After Nonoperative Management of Complicated Appendicitis
SSAT Plenary Session: Small Bowel and Colorectal I
SSAT Plenary Session: Small Bowel and Colorectal II
SSAT Presidential Plenary I|SSAT Residents and Fellows Research Conference *Invitation Only
SSAT Quick Shots Session: Small Bowel & Colorectal
SSAT Video Session: Small Bowel and Colorectal
Taking Polypectomy to the Next Level: What You Need to Know Now
U.S. and International Colorectal Cancer Screening Guidelines
Education and Training
AGA Academy of Educators Plenary Session: Integrating Education Technology in the Era of Millennial Learners
Best of Training and Education
Career and Professional-Related Issues
Controversies in Training: Advanced Endoscopic Training
Empowerment, Success and Safety of Women in Gastroenterology
Endoscopy Training Challenges for the Next Generation
Fellows Update: Are You a Second or Third Year Fellow?
Getting Your Paper Published: Tips and Tricks from the Editors of GIE
How to Get Your Paper Published in an AGA Journal
Rodger C. Haggitt Gastrointestinal Pathology Society Symposium Getting the Most Out of Your Pathologist: Three Illustrative Cases
Senior Fellows Preparing for Practice: Life After GI Fellowship
SSAT Doris and John L. Cameron Guest Oration
SSAT Maja and Frank G. Moody State-of-the-Art Lecture
SSAT Resident Education Panel Surgeons as Leaders: Skin in the Game
The Road to Leadership in GI
2017 Update on the Management of Eosinophilic Esophageal and Gastric Disorders
Advanced Esophageal Endoscopy Including Anti-Reflux Mucosectomy
Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Barrett's Esophagus and Esophageal Adenocarcinoma: Mechanisms and Models
Barrett's Esophagus: Diagnosis, Management and Surveillance
Barrett's Esophagus: Management for the General Endoscopist
Barrett's in 2017: Where Do We Stand?
Barrett's Screening and Surveillance
Controversies in Esophageal Stenting
Cough, Laryngitis and Post-Lung Transplant Rejection: Is it GERD? What is the Role of a Gastroenterologist in Diagnosis and Management?
Esophageal Endotherapy Outcomes
Esophageal, Gastric & Duodenal Disorders Distinguished Abstract Plenary: The Best of Barrett's, EOE, GERD, H. Pylori
GERD and Barrett's Esophagus: Medical, Surgical and Endoscopic Therapies
GERD, Achalasia and EOE
GERD: Complications and Extraesophageal Presentations
GERD: Diagnostic Testing
GERD: From Diagnosis to Testing and Therapy
Measuring Quality of Care in GERD, Barrett's, EoE and Functional Dyspepsia
Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Management of Esophageal Disorders
Modern Approach to Achalasia
New Insights Into the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Eosinophilic Esophagitis
POEM: Achalasia and Beyond
Screening for Barrett's Esophagus: Which Test in Which Patient
SSAT Clinical Ward Rounds, Esophagus and Gastric: Surgical Management of Gastroparesis
SSAT GI Surgery Debate, Esophagus and Gastric: Should We Lower the BMI Threshold for Metabolic Surgery?
SSAT International Program I
SSAT Plenary Session: Esophagus and Gastric I
SSAT Plenary Session: Esophagus and Gastric II
SSAT Presidential Plenary II
SSAT Quick Shots Session: Esophagus and Gastric
SSAT Video Session: Esophagus and Gastric
Functional GI and Motility Disorders
Achalasia and Esophagogastric Junction Obstruction: Diagnosis and Treatment
Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of IBS
AGA-Rome Lectureship: Applications of Novel Diagnostic Modalities in the Diagnosis, Pathophysiology and Treatment Response of Functional GI Disorders
Constipation and Colorectal Disorders
Costs and Patient-Reported Outcomes of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders
Enteric Neurobiology: Cell and Molecular Biology
Enteric Neurobiology: Pharmacology and Physiology
Food Intolerance, Medicinal Foods, Diet Fads, and the Role of Nutritionists in Gas, Bloating and IBS
Functional Dyspepsia: Bile Salts, Eosinophils and Novel Treatments
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Toward Consensus in Terminology and Testing
Gastroparesis: Symptoms, Pathophysiological Mechanisms and Implications for Treatment
IBS Pathophysiology: Cells, Barriers and Motility
Insights from Community Ecology and Novel Applications to Understanding the Human Microbiome
Intraluminal Factors in the Pathogenesis of Functional Bowel Disorders: Bile Salts, Mast Cells, Proteases and Metabolomics
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Josephine and Michael Camilleri, MD, Lecture Motility Matters 2017: An Interactive Forum to Debate What Progress the Field Has Made in the Treatment of GI Motility Disorders
Neurogastroenterology and Motility-Distinguished Abstract Plenary
New Frontiers in Sensory Neurobiology, Visceral Nociception and Neuroimmunology
Novel Diagnostic Approaches and Treatment of Anorectal Dysmotility
Oropharyngeal and Esophageal Dysmotility
Sensory Neurobiology, Visceral Nociception and Neuroimmunology
Small Bowel Dysmotility and Food Intolerance
Health-Care Delivery, Disparities and Practice Management
Adding Value to Your Practice: Three Trends You Should Know
Changes in CMS Reimbursement: What Does It Means to Me?
Clean Endoscopes: A Continual Quality-Improvement Effort
Clinical Practice Distinguished Abstract Plenary
Closing the Data Gaps: Strategies to Recruit and Retain Diverse Patient Populations in Clinical Studies
Endoscopy Is A Contact Sport: Protecting Yourself in the Endoscopy Unit
Finding Value in Your Endoscopic Practice
Gastroenterology in the Age of Trump
Lessons From the Masters: What You May Not Be Doing in the Endoscopy Unit But Should
Making MACRA Work for Your Practice: The Shift to Value-Based Care
Physician Burnout: Recognize and Strive for Wellness
SSAT and ISDS Joint Symposium: Minimally Invasive Frontier in GI Surgery
SSAT International Program II
SSAT Public Policy & Advocacy and Health Care Quality & Outcomes Committees Panel: Health Policy in the United States: Where Are We Now?
Success and Safety in the Endoscopy Unit
Taking Back Power: Options for Organizing Physicians to Enhance Bargaining Power
Tales From the Front Lines: How GI Practices Are Using Quality Measurement to Drive Improvement
Tele-Ethics: Responsibly Communicating with Patients via Media
The Law and Being Sued
Upper GI Bleeding and Appropriate Use of PPIs
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Advances in the Detection and Management of IBD
Advent of Biosimilar Products in US GI Practice
AGA Clinical Guidelines: 2017 Highlights and Guideline Author Panel Discussion
AGA Presidential Plenary
Basic Science: Solving Clinical Conundrums in IBD
Best of AGA at DDW in Chinese
Beyond Sporadic Colorectal Cancer and Esophageal Adenocarcinoma: Controversies in Screening for the "Other" GI Cancers
Clinical Impact of the Microbiome in IBD: Almost Ready for Prime Time?
Clinical Science: Late-Breaking Abstract Plenary
Controversies in IBD: Resolving Clinical Dilemmas Using Cochrane Reviews
Endoscopic and Surgical Principles in IBD
Epithelial Biology in Intestinal Disease
Epithelial Cell Biology Junctions and Barrier Function
Fad Diets: Are You Up to Date?
Farron and Martin Brotman, MD, Lecture The Modern Medical Management of IBD: Biologics, Biosimilars and Small Molecules
IBD: Adverse Events Related to Therapy
IBD: Comparative Effectiveness Studies
IBD: Controlled Clinical Trials
IBD: Controlled Clinical Trials, Part 2
IBD: Cytokines, Signaling and Receptors
IBD: Diagnosis and Diagnostics
IBD: Disease Activity Assessment
IBD: Dysplasia and Other Disease Complications
IBD: Genomics and Gene Function
IBD: Natural History
IBD: Quality of Life and Quality of Care
IBD: Therapeutic-Drug Monitoring
IBD: Uncontrolled Observations in Humans
Imaging in Crohn's Disease: An Emerging Consensus on Use of CT and MR Enterography
Immune-Cell Function in IBD
Immunology, Microbiology and IBD Distinguished Abstract Plenary and Section Business Meeting
Kiron and Kamala Das Symposium - Managing the Inpatient With Severe Ulcerative Colitis: A Case-Based, Medical-Surgical Approach
Linking Quality and Reimbursement in IBD
Outcomes in IBD
Preclinical Treatments in Animal Models of IBD
Role of the Gut Microbiome in Immune and Inflammatory Diseases
Systems Biology in IBD: A Pathway to a Cure?
The Pregnant Patient with IBD: Data for an International Consensus?!
Liver Diseases and Transplantation
Acute Liver Failure and Liver Transplantation
Advances in Pathogenesis and Treatment of Alcoholic Hepatitis
AGA Emmet B. Keeffe Symposium Prevention of Viral Hepatitis Through Vaccination: Done or Just Getting Started?
Autoimmune and Cholestatic Liver Diseases
Best Practice: Management of HCC in 2017
Career Development Strategies for Diverse Faculty in Academia and Practice
Cholestasis, Metabolic and Pediatric Liver Disease
Cirrhosis and Surgery: Identifying and Managing
Community Care of the Cirrhotic Patient
DILI: Is this Pill Safe to Swallow?
Genetics and Molecular Hepatology
Harm Reduction in Viral Hepatitis
HCV Therapeutics I
HCV Therapeutics II
Health-Care in the Hospital and Clinic for Chronic Liver Disease
Hepatitis B Treatment: Current Status and Prospects for a Cure
Hepatitis C: Diagnostics and Natural History
Hepatitis C: If One Pill Cures All, Why Aren't All Patients Cured?
Hepatology Update: The Year in Review $$$
HIV and Liver Disease
Hot Topics in Parenteral Nutrition
Identification and Management of Patients with NAFLD/NASH
Incidental Liver Findings: When to Treat and How to Follow?
Inflammation and Immunobiology
Interventions and Outcomes in Liver Disease
Liver Fibrogenesis and Non-Parenchymal-Cell Biology
Medical and Surgical Treatments of Portal Hypertension
Metabolic Diseases of the Liver in Adults
NASH: Does My Liver Look Fat?
Natural History of Viral Hepatitis
New Concepts in the Assessment and Management of Alcoholic Liver Disease
Noninvasive Diagnosis of NASH
Nutrition and Pediatric Liver Disease (With NASPGHAN)
Portal Hypertension and Complications of Cirrhosis: Clinical and Experimental
Steatohepatitis Clinical and Therapeutic
The Dr. Charles S. Lieber Lecture - Mechanisms of Liver Injury in NAFLD and NASH
The Hospitalized Cirrhotic: Evidence-Based Management
Treatment of Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis
Updates on Clinical Biliary Tract Disorders in Adults
Viral Hepatitis and HCC
Microbiome in Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases
A Clinician's Guide to FMT: Practical Advances and Challenges
Acute Chronic Diarrhea and Treatment Guidelines
At the Frontier of Microbiome Research
Clostridium difficile Colitis: When Good Bugs Go Bad
Dietary Modulation of Host-Microbe Interactions in Health and Disease
Drug-Induced Latrogenic Diarrhea
Gut Feelings: The Microbiome-Gut-Brain Axis
Gut Microbiota in Disease: Identifying Personalized Approaches in Management of Disease and Section Business Meeting
Microbiome Active Learning Session 200: The Nonbacterial Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease
Microbiome in Pediatric Diseases
New Horizons in Cystic FibrosisRelated GI Diseases
Probiotics and the Microbiome
Unraveling Extra-Intestinal Host-Microbiome Systems Biology: Terra Incognita to Cognita
Obesity and Nutrition
Endoscopic Management of Obesity
Hot Topics in Mom-and-Baby Nutrition
Innovation in Obesity Treatment Endoscopic and Practice
Multidisciplinary Treatment of Obesity: Success Through Teamwork
New Bariatric Therapies for Obesity: Surgical and Nonsurgical
Obesity: Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment
Obesity: Basic and Clinical Studies
Recent Advances in Bariatric Endoscopy
SSAT Kelly and Carlos Pelligrini SSAT and SAGES Luncheon Symposium: Endoscopic Treatment of Obesity
Advances in Pancreatic Endoscopy
AGA/UEG Rising Scholars: Advances in Research, a Multitopic Discussion
Alcohol: A Wonderful Elixir! Benefits and Effects on Pancreas and Liver
Basic Science and Research in Pancreatic Disorders
Chronic Pancreatitis, Diabetes and Pancreatic Cancer: NIH Consortium
Clinical Acute Pancreatitis
Clinical Chronic Pancreatitis
Endoscopic Management of Chronic Pancreatitis
ERCP and Pancreatic Endotherapy: Emerging Therapies and Technologies
Management of Walled-Off Necrosis and Postsurgical Fluid Collection
Multidisciplinary Interventions for Necrotizing Pancreatitis
Pancreas Cysts, IPMN and NET
Pancreatic Cancer: Risk Factors, Biomarkers and Diagnosis
Pancreatic Cysts in 2017: Where are We and What is the Future?
Recent Advances in Neuroendocrine Tumors of the Pancreas
SSAT and AHPBA Joint Symposium: Updates and New Horizons in Pancreatic Cancer
SSAT Clinical Ward Rounds, HPB: Management of Biliary Disease After RYGB
SSAT GI Surgery Debate, HPB - Pancreatectomy: Does the Approach Matter?
SSAT Plenary Session: HPB I
SSAT Plenary Session: HPB II
SSAT Quick Shots Session: HPB
SSAT Video Session: HPB
Total Pancreatectomy and Auto Islet Transplantation
Advancing the Scope of Pediatric Endoscopy
Clinical Trials in Special Populations
Controversies in Pediatric IBD
Lessons From Childhood: The Role of the Gut Microbiome in Pediatric Diseases
New Frontiers in Pediatric Liver Disease
Pediatric Functional and Motility Disorders
Pediatric IBD: Clinical and Translational Studies
Pediatric Management of Upper GI Tract Disorders
Response of The Intestine to Normal and Abnormal Stimuli
The Gut Microbiome in Pediatric Development and Disease
Stomach and Small Bowel Disorders
Advances in Diagnosis and Management of Gastroduodenal Pathology
Carcinoid and Other GI Neuroendocrine Tumors (Genetics, Epigenetics, Cell Biology and Development)
Celiac Disease - Clinical/Epidemiology
Celiac Disease Molecular Pathogenesis
Celiac Disease in the Postbiopsy Era
Early Gastric Cancer in the West: Diagnosis and Management
Epidemiology and Control of Esophageal and Gastric Cancers
Gastric Neoplasms: Precursor Lesions, Biology, Diagnosis and Clinical Therapeutics
GI Bleeding and the New Era of Antithrombotics/Antiplatelet Agents
GI Disease and Nutrition Support: Basic and Clinical Studies
H. Pylori: Epidemiology, Outcomes and Treatment
Ion and Solute Transport
Kristin and David Peura, MD, Lecture: Help! I Can't Get Rid of H. Pylori
Kyoto Global Consensus on H. Pylori Infection: Treatment Update, Gastritis Grading and Definition of H. Pylori Dyspepsia
Measuring Outcome in Therapies for Celiac Diseases
Mechanisms of Host-Mucosal Response to Injury and H. Pylori Infection
Peptic Ulcer Disease and Non-Variceal UGI Bleeding
Small Bowel Challenges
Special Situations in Endoscopy
SSAT State-of-the-Art Conference: Current Surgical Management of Gastric Tumors
Taking the Pain Out of Dyspepsia Management
Updates in Capsule Endoscopy and Balloon-Assisted Enteroscopy
Technologies and Procedural Innovation
Advanced Technology for the Diagnosis of GI Disease: Sniff, Scope, Stain or Stiffness?
Advances in Regenerative Medicine for GI Disorders
Advancing Clinical Practice: GI Fellow-Directed Quality-Improvement Projects
ASGE/Australian Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Association (AGEA) International Symposium: Endoscopic Treatment of Large and Advanced Colorectal Polyps and Early Cancer Using the Best Science
ASGE/Chinese Society of Gastroenterology (CSGE) International Symposium
ASGE/Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) International Symposium: Next Challenges of Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy American Versus Japanese Perspective
ASGE/Korean Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (KSGE) International Symposium: Summit on Advanced Endoscopic Pancreatobiliary Intervention
ASGE/Sociedad Interamericana de Endoscopia Digestiva (SIED) International Symposium
ASGE/Sociedade Brasileira De Endoscopia Digestiva (SOBED) International Symposium
ASGE/Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy of India (SGEI) International Symposium: Recent Advances in Therapeutic Endoscopy
Best of ASGE DDW en Español
Endobariatric Techniques: What's New?
Frontiers of Therapeutic EUS: Can Do, Might Do and Should Do?
Imaging and Advanced Technology of the Pancreas
Imaging: The Next Generation of Optical Diagnostics
Interventional EUS: The Next Generation
New Frontiers in Imaging of GI Disease
New Technology I: Novel Interventions, Devices and Techniques
New Technology II: Imaging and Dissection
Novel Techniques in Endoscopic Ultrasound
Outcomes in Interventional Endoscopy: Novel Techniques and New Technology
Practical Guidelines for the Physician Innovator
SSAT PG/CME Committee Panel: Management of Complicated Diverticulitis Defining the Roles of Medical, Radiological and Surgical
The Role of New FDA-Approved Approaches in the Management of Obesity: Intragastric Balloons, Vagal Manipulation and Aspiration Therapy
Working Below the Surface: Submucosal Endoscopy in the Upper GI Tract
Best of DDW
GWC Symposium 2017: Leveling the Playing Field
SSAT Presidential Address
SSAT Presidential Plenary I
SSAT Residents and Fellows Research Conference *Invitation Only
DDW 2017 Attendees:
Online access to DDW On Demand is included in your registration fees. Go to watch.ondemand.org/ddwlogin and follow the instructions. You will be prompted to enter your last name badge number from DDW 2017 to verify attendee status.
On subsequent visits, you do not need your badge number. You can simply go to DDW.OnDemand.org and click, Login in the upper right corner. Enter the username and password you created.
DDW On Demand Purchasers:
You will receive an email with instructions on how to register and an access code immediately after purchase.
If do not receive your receipt, please check your Junk Mail. If you need your access code resent, please contact support@OnDemand.com and provide the e-mail address that you used to purchase DDW On Demand.
Once you click on your access link, you will be prompted to register and create a username/password.
After you register the first time, simply go to DDW.OnDemand.org and click Login.
Forgot your username or password?
You can use the Forgot Username/Password Functionality on the login page. Enter the email address that you used when you registered your DDW On Demand access link and we will send your username and instructions on resetting your password. For security reasons, passwords cannot be emailed.
How to use the Hard Drive:
If you purchased the hard drive, insert the USB cable from the hard drive into the USB port of your PC or Mac computer.
Close any automatic prompts (such as “AutoPlay”) that you receive upon connecting the USB drive to your computer.
Open My Computer and select the hard drive, then double click Play.
Double click on the hard drive icon which will appear on your desktop and then double click Play.
This product is designed to allow you to view the video presentations with audio as if you were in the room. You cannot download videos. You can download audio-only MP3s from the online version only. Please see the FAQ in the online version for more details.
If you do not have Silverlight or an HTML5 compatible operating system/browser, you may need to be online the first time you use the hard drive. To download Silverlight, go to www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight. Once you download Silverlight, the hard drive product can be used without an Internet connection.
If you need additional help please contact us:
US Customers Only: 800-501-2303
All Others: 818-844-3299
Customer Support Hours: Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. PST
1. How do I play a presentation?
Content must be played at the presentation level. On the home page, you can browse content by the meeting schedule, session, presentation or presenter. You must continue making selections until you are at the presentation level. When you see a presentation of interest, click on the View Now button. You can also search for specific content by using the search tab.
2. What is the difference between Basic Search and Search Content of Slides?
Basic Search searches session titles, presentation titles and speaker names.
Search Content of Slides searches every word on every slide in every presentation. The results are ordered by the number of times your search term shows up in the presentation. In addition, the search results display the time stamp when your search term appears in the presentation. You can go directly to that point of the presentation by clicking on the time stamp. You must be online to use search content of slides.
3. Are there thumbnail/preview slides?
Yes, to view the thumbnails, you must be watching a presentation in full screen mode. To get to full screen mode, place your mouse over the video window while you are playing a presentation and a control panel will appear. Select the icon with box and arrow in the top right corner. The presentation will go into full screen mode and thumbnails will appear on the bottom of the screen.
4. Can I bookmark presentation?
Yes, you can bookmark a presentation. There is a Bookmark icon next to each presentation on any of the browse or search results. Click Bookmark. To revisit a session you bookmarked, select Bookmarks from the dropdown menu under Browse. The Bookmarks feature is only available in the online version.
5. Will the player remember where I left off in a presentation?
Yes, if you have begun watching a presentation, the player will automatically start at the place you stopped regardless of what device you are on. In other words, if you start watching a presentation on your work computer, you can immediately start playing at the place you stopped watching on your tablet or phone. To see a list of presentations that you have recently watched, Browse by Recently Viewed.
6. What is Most Watched and Most Liked?
Most Watched is driven by real-time analytics and reflects the presentations that your peers and colleagues are actually watching the most.
Most Liked are the presentations that your peers and colleagues have "Liked." To Like a presentation, click on Like above the video window. Please note, your decision to Like a presentation is anonymous. Most Watched and Most Liked are only available in the online version.
7. I can't hear the presentation. How do I fix that?
You may have up to three places that control the volume. Within the video window (place your mouse over the video window and there is a volume control on the bottom right), on your computer and on your speakers if you have external speakers.
8. How do I download presentations?
The videos cannot be downloaded. Presenters typically prefer to not have their presentations be downloadable. You can however download MP3s of the audio only and PDFs of the slides. (See Question #14 and #15).
9. Do I have to be online to watch presentations?
Your purchase includes a hard drive that will be automatically sent to you. The hard drive contains the same presentations as the online version, but you do not have to be online to watch the presentations on the hard drive.
If you do not have Silverlight or an HTML5 compatible operating system/browser, you may need to be online the first time you use the hard drive to download Silverlight at www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight.
Please note: While the same presentations are available on the hard drive, certain functionality is not available on the hard drive including Search Content of Slides, Bookmarks, CME Testing, Recently Viewed, Most Watched and Most Liked. To access these features you must use the online version of your player.
10. The slides look fuzzy. Can I improve the quality?
DDW On Demand utilizes a technology called Smooth Streaming. This means the resolution of the slides depends on the quality of your internet connection and the number of people on that internet connection at any given time. If you have a low-bandwidth connection, you will still be able to watch the videos, but at a lower resolution.
On the bottom left of the video window, there is an icon with bars. This indicates the video quality based on your internet connection at that time. If you only see one or two bars, you can expect the quality to increase when you have a higher bandwidth connection.
11. How do I watch presentations on my mobile device?
DDW On Demand is automatically formatted to play on most mobile devices. Simply log-in at https://watch.ondemand.org/ddw on your mobile device. We cannot guarantee compatibility with every mobile device as operating system requirements are constantly changing.
You must be online to stream sessions on your mobile device. Sessions cannot be downloaded to your mobile device. Most sessions should work over 3G/4G in addition to Wi-Fi, however the quality will depend on the bandwidth available at any given location and time.
12. How long will I have online access for?
Sessions will be available online for two years from the date of the meeting. You can access sessions on your hard drive indefinitely if this has been purchased, but not all features are available on the hard drive, including Search Content of Slides, CME Testing, Bookmarks, Recently Viewed, Most Watched and Most Liked.
13. I can't find the session I want to watch, but it was listed as part of the product. How do I find it?
We can only publish presentations with speaker permission, which can change at any time. We do our best to keep the content list up-to-date; however printed materials may not reflect the most accurate content listing if a speaker has requested their presentation not be published after the content list was printed.
14. How do I download MP3s?
You can download individual MP3s by clicking on the Files tab under a presentation name and then clicking on the MP3 button.
15. How do I download PDFs?
You can download PDFs of individual presenter slides by clicking on the Files tab under a presentation name and then clicking on the PDF button.
16. The PDF I am looking for is not available? How do I find it?
PDFs of presenter slides are only available if the presenter submitted their presentation slides. If a PDF is not available, that means the presenter did not submit their slides to be included for DDW On Demand.
17. Can I get CME credit for watching the On Demand videos?
Yes, you can claim CME credits for selected DDW On Demand sessions. To see what sessions are eligible for CME Credit, select Browse by CME Eligible. You will also see a CME icon on any session that is CME eligible throughout the player.
To claim CME credit for a session, review the CME Information that is automatically displayed before you watch the session. You can also access the CME Information by clicking the CME Info button when you are playing a presentation.
After watching all presentations in a session, click on the Test button above the presentation to take the post-test. You must be online and logged into the online version of the product to take the post-test. You must score 100% on the post-test, but you will have the opportunity to re-take questions that you missed until you score 100%.
Once you have completed the post-test and survey, you will be able to generate a CME Certificate. The certificate will include all credits claimed in the calendar year.
18. I can't find my CME certificate. Can I print another copy?
Yes, click on the Certificate button on the top right of the player. If you have successfully passed the post-test, a Generate Certificate link will appear. You can print the certificate as many times as you would like and it can also be downloaded and saved to your computer.
19. How long can I claim CME credit for?
CME credit can be claimed until May 6, 2018.
20. Who can claim CME?
CME credit is available for physicians and physician assistants.
21. I still need help. Who do I contact?
You can contact support@OnDemand.org or call us at 818-844-3299 (Toll Free 800-501-2303). Customer Support Hours are Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. PST.
- Microsoft Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 (requires the Desktop Experience), Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista
- Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later (IE8 or later required if using the Mediasite 7 multiview player), Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome
- Windows Media Player 9.0 or later (IE only)
- Adobe Flash for Smooth Streaming playback in Chrome (Mediasite 7.0.23 and later); Microsoft Silverlight 5 for Smooth Streaming playback in all other browsers
- Broadband Internet connection
Note: Enterprise Video Platform 7.0.25 or EX Server 6.1.23 are required for Windows 10 support.
- Mac OS X 10.5.7 or later
- Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome
- Microsoft Silverlight 5.0 or later (viewers are prompted to install this when attempting to view a presentation)
- Broadband Internet connection
- iPad2 or later
- iOS 6.1 or later
- Apple Mobile Safari™
- Wi-Fi or cellular data connection (3G or higher)
- iPhone 4.0 or later, iPod Touch 4th generation or later
- iOS 6.1 or later
- Apple Mobile Safari
- Mediasite Mobile App (free download available from the Apple app store)
- Wi-Fi or cellular data connection (3G or higher)
Blackberry requirements (on-demand MP4 playback only)
- Blackberry OS 10.0 or later
- PlayBooks™ for QNX devices
- Blackberry browser
- Wi-Fi or cellular data connection (3G or higher)
Android requirements (Mediasite 6.0.2 or later)
- Android™ 4.0 or later (on-demand), Android 4.4.x (live). Note: Android live support is limited to Dolphin browser on HLS capable Android devices running 4.4.x (KitKat), and the Mediasite EVP Server must be at version 7.0.10 or later.
- Android browser
- Wi-Fi or cellular data connection (3G or higher).
Microsoft Surface and Windows RT tablets (on-demand MP4 playback only)
- Windows 8 or 8.1
- Internet Explorer 10.0 or later
- Wi-Fi or cellular data connection (3G or higher).
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- Online access from any computer or mobile device.
- Downloadable PDF and MP3 files.
- 59 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
- Complimentary hard drive.
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