Carol A. Burke, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE, FACP, and Joseph C. Anderson, MD, MHCDS, FACG, shared practical ways physicians and institutions can decrease the chance for burnout in the AGA symposium “Balancing Work and Life While Avoiding Burnout in Gastroenterology” on Sunday afternoon.
Monday’s SSAT Maja and Frank G. Moody State-of-the-Art Lecturer David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS, offered suggestions for overcoming challenges associated with value-based health care models as they continue to evolve.
After surviving a rigorous review process to make it to DDW®, 10 of the best endoscopic videos from around the globe will be featured in Tuesday’s ninth annual ASGE World Cup of Endoscopy.
Michael R. Lucey, MD, FAASLD, will present Tuesday morning’s AASLD State-of-the-Art Lecture “Liver Transplantation for Extended Criteria Recipients.” The term ‘extended criteria’ is borrowed from the donor literature and doesn’t have a specific definition, he says.
To make sure attendees catch the most thought-provoking research at #DDW19, representatives from each of the four sponsoring societies will highlight the meeting’s top abstracts during Tuesday afternoon’s “Best of DDW 2019” session.
“Effectively educating the next generation of physicians is of the utmost importance,” says Tuesday morning’s AGA Academy of Educators Plenary Session moderator Sheryl Pfeil, MD, AGAF.
For the 23rd year, ASGE will highlight the most innovative endoscopic techniques and unusual cases from around the world during the annual ASGE Video Plenary.