Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract GI Surgery Winter Course: Evidence-Based Surgical Treatment of GI Disease
The new SSAT GI Surgery Course is geared towards the practicing general surgeon and will focus on both common and controversial topics in GI surgery, from esophagus to anus. This highly interactive course will be taught by internationally recognized experts and will be designated for 9.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™, offering CME Credits with self-assessment.
Surgeons who attend this course will learn:
- Best practices and newer approaches to procedural therapy of GERD and achalasia;
- The nuts and bolts of “enhanced recovery” pathways; and
- “Hot button” topics of colorectal surgery, such as the management of diverticulitis, C. difficile colitis, and obstructing cancer.
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Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract
500 Cummings Center
Beverly, FL 01915
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