Other ASGE Sessions and Events at DDW 2017
ASGE Fellows Networking Session
Saturday, May 6, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
This session, for ASGE members only, offers trainees an opportunity to network with ASGE leaders and discuss topics specifically of interest to trainees. In the past, trainees have found this event very informative and have enjoyed the opportunity to network with leaders of the Society.
2017 ASGE Presidential Plenary: Hot Coffee, Donuts, Debates…and Our Best Science
Saturday, May 6, 8:00 -10:00 am
Get ready for the 2017 ASGE Presidential Plenary! This is not your 'Daddy's' Plenary! Start off your DDW experience by enjoying some hot coffee, donuts and a menu of debates, lectures…and science. Highlights include the two distinguished J. Edward Berk, MD, DSC, FASGE, and Jack A. Vennes, MD and Stephen E. Silvis, MD endowed lectures, hot topic debates, and ASGE's top abstracts delivered in rapid-fire fashion. Join your colleagues and ASGE President Kenneth R. McQuaid, MD, FASGE in this decidedly UN-Plenary Plenary Session.
ASGE Video Plenary
Tuesday, May 9, 8:00 am - Noon
The 21st Annual Endoscopic ASGE Video Plenary Session represents the "best of the best" high-quality, cutting-edge, fully edited endoscopic video footage presented at DDW. These submitted videos received the top ratings during our double blind peer review. New this year, the highest scoring video from the peer-reviewed process for each section will be presented an award by the moderators at the end of each section. Following the live session, all Video Plenary selections will be available for online viewing through the ASGE Online Learning Center.
ASGE World of Endoscopy
Tuesday, May 9, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
ASGE's Seventh Annual World Cup of Endoscopy will feature leading videos representing different countries from around the world. All selected videos will be presented and scored by a panel of international judges live at DDW!
ASGE Membership Booth
Visit the ASGE booth to update your profile, renew your dues or make a contribution to the ASGE Foundation. The ASGE booth is also the place to leran about ASGE's programs and resources, such as the STAR assessment-based certificate program, the Endoscopy Unit Recognition Program, practice management resources, the ASGE Career Center, ASGE Mentor Program, as well as ASGE research grants and advocacy efforts.
ASGE Clinical and International Symposia
Saturday, May 6-Tuesday, May 9
Visit www.asge.org/ddw for specifics on day and time slots for each session.
Session topics include (titles subject to change):
- Advances in the Detection and Management of IBD
- ASGE/Australian Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Association (AGEA) International Symposium
- ASGE/Chinese Society of Gastroenterology (CSGE) International Symposium
- ASGE/Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) International Symposium
- ASGE/ Korean Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (KSGE) International Symposium
- ASGE/Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy of India (SGEI) International Symposium
- ASGE/Sociedad Interamericana de Endoscopia Digestiva (SIED) International Symposium
- ASGE/ Sociedade Brasileira De Endoscopia Digestiva (SOBED) International Symposium
- ASGE's Senior Fellows update
- Barrett's in 2017: Where do we Stand?
- Best of ASGE DDW en Español
- Changes in CMS Reimbursement: What it Means to Me?
- Colonic Mucosal Resection Techniques
- Controversies in ERCP for 2017
- Controversies in Esophageal Stenting
- Controversies in Training: Advanced Endoscopic Training
- Diagnostic EUS
- Early Gastric Cancer in the West: Diagnosis and Management
- Endoscopic Management of Chronatitis
- Endoscopic Management of Obesity
- Endoscopic Management of Premalignant of Difficult Colon Lesions
- Endoscopy Is A Contact Sport: Protecting Yourself in the Endoscopy Unit
- Endoscopy Training Challenges for the Next Generation
- ERCP Optimizing Cannulation and Outcomes - Techniques and Controversies
- ERCP: Staying Out of Trouble
- Finding Value in Your Endoscopic Practice
- Getting Your Paper Published: Tips and Tricks from the Editors of GIE
- Improving Colonoscopy Quality and Efficiency
- Interventional EUS: The Next Generation
- Lessons from the Masters: What You May Not Be Doing in the Endoscopy Unit but Should
- Small Bowel Challenges
- Special Situations in Endoscopy
- Sr. Fellows Preparing for Practice: Life after GI Fellowship
- Working Below the Surface: Submucosal Endoscopy in the Upper GI Tract