The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy supports industry's efforts to have knowledgeable, GI-practice "ready" sales associates, and is pleased to announce the ASGE Recognized Industry Associate (ARIA) program, a new initiative dedicated to industry professionals. The ARIA Program provides customizable, GI topic-based education to keep industry representatives on top of the changing gastroenterology environment.
The ARIA program has two main goals:
- Educate the GI sales force and other industry representatives on
today's most relevant gastroenterology and endoscopy topics.
- Recognize those who have demonstrated deep commitment to GI through
completion of this comprehensive, full-spectrum gastroenterology
The content has been developed for GI sales and marketing
professionals, and the programs are created and taught by leading GI
experts. With comprehensive, thorough and non-biased education in the
field of gastroenterology provided through our training program, your
representatives can become partners to ASGE physician members and other
health care providers - supporting positive health outcomes for
Through a live course, the new ASGE ARIA program creates a common language and a shared understanding for improved communication and more successful dialogue between clinicians and industry representatives. The program covers all of the subjects that are important to the professional health care providers that industry representatives are meeting with every day, including clinical knowledge, disease mechanisms and clinical treatment. Attendees of the program will receive unparalleled educational content created by recognized leaders in gastroenterology.
|Upcoming ARIA Course:
Monday, April 11, 2016
ASGE IT&T, Downers Grove, IL
Brian Jacobson, MD, MPH, FASGE
Boston University Medical Center
M. Stanley Branch, MD, FASGE
Duke University Medical Center
Neil Gupta, MD, MPH
Loyola University Medical Center
Guideline: The Role of Industry Representatives in the Endoscopy Unit