New Approaches for NASH and NAFLD

Presenter: Arun J. Sanyal, MBBS, MD
Event: 2015 ACG Postgraduate Course
CME Value: 15 minutes

Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity: Is Wheat Our Enemy?

Presenter: Peter H. R. Green, MD, FACG
Event: 2015 ACG Postgraduate Course
CME Value: 15 minutes

What Are the Treatment Endpoints for Eosinophilic Esophagitis?

Presenter: Nicholas J. Shaheen, MD, MPH, FACG
Event: 2015 ACG Postgraduate Course
CME Value: 15 minutes

Let ACG's Online Educational resources guide you to success, whether you are a graduating fellows preparing for the GI Boards or an established practitioners brushing up on your knowledge and test-taking skills, looking for a broad clinical update, or preparing for recertification. Available online, each test includes questions in a single best answer format with detailed answers and annotated references. Successfully complete each test and you can earn AMA Category 1 Credits™ and ABIM MOC Points.

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ACG's Self-Assessment Tests (2014 and 2015 tests only)
ACG's SAP-Maintenance of Certification
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The American Journal of Gastroenterology

The American Journal of Gastroenterology is pleased to offer two hours of free CME credit with each issue of the Journal. This activity is the result of our reader survey that expressed great interest in journal CME.

Each issue of the Journal includes two articles selected by the editorial board for CME. The articles designated for CME credit are highlighted on the front cover. CME articles include learning objectives followed by three questions to assess the participant's knowledge. At the end of each selected article, a web link is supplied which participants must access to answer the questions and earn CME. Once the questions have been answered and the evaluation is completed, readers may print a certificate of participation.