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VideoGIE

ASGE’s new online-only, Open Access journal!

 

Co-Editors-in-Chief

   Todd H. Baron, MD, FASGE

   Gottumukkala S. Raju, MD, FASGE

 

Associate Editors

   Ryan Law, DO

   Shou-jiang Tang, MD, FASGE

 

Access the Journal

VideoGIE is an online-only, Open Access journal. As such, all articles are freely available to view and download. Visit the journal website.

 

About VideoGIE

VideoGIE is an official video journal of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy to serve patients with digestive diseases. VideoGIE publishes original, peer-reviewed video case reports and case series of endoscopic procedures used in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of digestive diseases. Videos demonstrate use of endoscopic systems, devices, and techniques; report outcomes of endoscopic interventions; and educate physicians and patients about gastrointestinal endoscopy. VideoGIE serves the educational needs of endoscopists in training as well as advanced endoscopists, endoscopy staff and industry, and patients. VideoGIE brings video commentaries from experts, legends, committees, and leadership of the society.

 

Submitting and Reviewing Articles

Elsevier Editorial System (EES) is VideoGIE’s online system for processing scientific papers for publication. Using it, author may submit manuscripts and track their progress at all stages, 24 hours a day. Reviewers can download assigned manuscripts and submit their comments and recommendations online.

 

Interested in becoming a reviewer for VideoGIE? Contact the Editorial Office at videogie@asge.org.

 

Reviewer Resources

VideoGIE reviewers can find helpful information and resources to assist in the review process.

 

Conflict of Interest

Actual or potential conflicts of interest may impact all participants in the process of publication. Not identifying the actual or potential conflicts may bring actual or potential harm to patients, have embarrassing consequences for the Journal, reviewers, and the Society, and bring disrepute to the investigators and those involved in the editorial process.

 

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