The live portion of Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2021 is now over, but you can still explore the latest clinical, scientific and industry breakthroughs by purchasing post-meeting access. We’re extending access to our virtual platform until late August, so you can still take advantage of all the best parts of the meeting.
For a small fee, you can gain access to:
- View 300+ on demand scientific sessions. Filter by the 17 DDW Tracks, including clinical practice, inflammatory bowel diseases, and many more, to find sessions you’re interested in and watch on your own time. Use the DDW Online Planner to see which sessions interest you.
- Browse 2,000 ePosters and read full-text abstracts of this year’s top-quality science. Filter by DDW Track and ePosters of Distinction to find ePosters of interest. You can also connect and collaborate with authors via discussion forums.
- Interact with 80+ industry supporters and view new products and services in the new Industry Supporter Showcase. Learn more about the latest GI innovations by dropping your business card, downloading handouts/resources and contacting company representatives.
- Earn 421.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ and MOC points. You can still claim credit for sessions watched on demand.
The platform closes on Aug. 23, 2021. The sooner you purchase access, the longer you can take advantage of all the benefits of DDW. Members of AASLD, AGA, ASGE and SSAT recieve a discount on the cost.
Attendees Loved It as Much as We Did
Outstanding talks and speakers. Very clinically oriented and intense. Really liked the talk about MI testing and it’s use as a diagnostic modality to differentiate between Non-GERD, GERD and EoE by Dr. Vaezi #DDW2021 @AmerGastroAssn pic.twitter.com/oBA6UquMMK
— Emad S. Aljahdli M.D.| 🌏د عماد الجحدلي (@ealjahdli) May 22, 2021
Just listened to the recording of — Food, Microbes and Functional GI Disease: The Science Behind the Hype. Great lecture on diet and IBS. Highly recommend–well rounded discussion on FODMAP + IBS–and food and gut symptoms. #DDW2021
— Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN (@KateScarlata_RD) May 23, 2021