Training Beyond Your Fellowship Program
Whether you are in general or advanced fellowship, get access to cutting-edge clinical and practice educational offerings, top-tier publications, and a wide variety of practice tools and resources to help you through your training and beyond.
2021 Fellows Educational Opportunities
ASGE has programming for every year of your fellowship. See what's in store in 2021.
The ASGE Golden Scope
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Congratulations to the top 3 winners of the Golden Scope Competition!
2021 Senior Fellows (2nd & 3rd Year) Program
It is estimated that there are over 15,000 gastroenterologists and more than 2,000 individual GI groups in the United States today. At least 50% of GI providers are estimated to be employed by hospitals or other health care organizations. This course helps senior GI fellows consider the necessary questions as they enter the final chapters of their formal training. This program is offered in person at the ASGE IT&T Center in Downers Grove, Illinois, and virtual on August 20-21, 2021. Registration is free.
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Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship
ASGE provides a formal match program in conjunction with participating advanced endoscopy training programs to make the process of application and interviewing fair and efficient for both the programs and fellows.
First Year Fellow Courses
ASGE offers free First Year Fellows courses for GI trainees who will be entering their first year of fellowship. This course provides hands-on training in our state-of-the art facility!
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Tools for Clinical Practice: A Senior Fellows Program
If you have participated in ASGE’s First Year Fellows Program, this is the perfect next step in a successive level of educational experiences with ASGE. Advance your understanding of small bowel and anorectal diseases, GERD, Barrett’s Esophagus and other motility disorders.
Early Career Practice Management Essentials Program
ASGE and Boston Scientific have partnered on a new initiative aimed at fulfilling a need for education in GI practice management amongst advanced fellows and early career physicians.
Training & Core Curriculum Guidelines
Written for individuals involved in teaching endoscopic procedures to Fellows/trainees, these guidelines provide general guidance for endoscopy training.
Endo Hangouts for GI Fellows
Hang out with ASGE leaders during interactive webinars, held the first Thursday of each month. Take this opportunity to engage in focused discussions between ASGE Master Experts and GI Fellows. Selected clinical cases will vary to offer a broad range and approaches to enhance Fellow’s training experiences. Visit the event calendar for upcoming Endo Hangouts or GI Leap for on-demand recordings.
A complimentary online educational resource for GI Training Directors and their Fellows (years 1-3). New content, including self-directed case study questions from GESAP, procedural videos, lectures from experts in the field, and VideoGIE publications and videos, is available weekly. Visit GI Leap for Fellows Corner.