DDW Videos

The Annual ASGE Audiovisual (AV) Award is given for achievement in development of a full-length educational video that demonstrates a specific endoscopic procedure, technique or technology. Submissions are peer reviewed by the Educational Products Committee and the CME Programs Committee.   

  • Winning videos will be showcased at the ASGE Learning Center and be played in their entirety continuously throughout DDW. 
  • Winners of the AV Award will be recognized during the ASGE Crystal Awards at DDW. 
  • Award-winning videos will be considered for inclusion as a product in the ASGE Endoscopic Learning Library and/or Online Learning Center. 

Online submissions are now being accepted through ScholarOne. For submission criteria and instructions, click here.

For the PowerPoint template to use in video creation, click here.

2017 AV Award Winner

Role of Endoscopic Ultrasound in Evaluation of Lung Cancer (DV075)

 

Previous AV Award Winning Videos

Endoscopic Treatment of Zenker's Diverticulum: Principles and Techniques for Successful Flexible Endoscopic Myotomy (2015)
Wajeeh Salah, Todd Baron

Ileocecum (2015)
Shou-jiang Tang, Ruonan Wu

EUS-guided Biliary Drainage: Current Techniques (2015)
Vinah Dhir, A.P. Maydeo, T. Itoi 

ABCs of EUS: A Complete Roadmap DV064 (2014)
John Meenan, MD, PhD, FRCPI, FRCP, Charles Vu, MD*, and Sabina DeMartino MD

Per-oral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM) for Achalasia DV062 (2014)
Jun-Hyung Cho, MD, Joo Young Cho, MD, Tae Hee Lee, MD, Su Jin Hong, MD, Won Kyung Cho, MD

Esophageal Introitus DV061 (2014)
Shou-jiang Tang, MD, FASGE and Ruonan Wu, MSE

Endoscopic Gluing Technique Using the Cyanoacrylate Super Glue DV060 (2013) 
Roy M. Soetikno, MD, FASGE and Tonya R. Kaltenbach MD, FASGE; VA Palo Alto 

Endoscopic Tissue Sampling of Upper GI Tract: Forceps to Optical DV053 (2012) 
Won Young Cho, MD, Gene Hyun Bok, MD, Wook Hyun Um, MD, Chnag Gyun Chun, MD, Hyun Gun Kim, PhD, Tae Hee Lee, MD, Suck Ho Lee, MD, Su Jin Hong, MD, So Young Jin, MD, Joo Young Cho, MD Soonchunhyang University Hospital


Video Sessions 

“Showcasing the best endoscopy talent in the world.” G.S. Raju 

The ASGE Endoscopic Video Plenary and World Cup of Endoscopy represent the largest collection of high-quality, cutting-edge, fully edited endoscopic video footage presented at DDW. Internationally renowned experts in endoscopy will moderate the always-popular sessions, which will highlight videos selected from over 150 entries submitted from around the world. Now is the time for physicians to begin refining their videos of gastrointestinal endoscopy techniques and challenging or interesting endoscopic cases.

Video submissions accepted for presentation at DDW are limited to six minutes for a single case or eight minutes for a cases series and may be chosen for presentation during any of the following venues:

The ASGE Video Plenary Session

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 (www.asge.org).  

The World Cup of Endoscopy

ASGE’s Seventh Annual World Cup of Endoscopy will feature a friendly international competition of selected videos representing different countries. All selected videos will be presented and scored live by an international panel of judges during the session; one winner will be declared at the end of the session and the top three countries will receive medals.   

View winning videos from the Video Forum and World Cup on the Online Learning Center.  

Online submissions are now being accepted through ScholarOne. For submission criteria and instructions, click here.  For the PowerPoint template to use in video creation, click here or request the file by contacting videoforum@asge.org.