By Ronald J. Sokol, MD, FAASLD, AASLD President - Complex relationships with for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and entities may, by their very existence, present a perceived or real conflict with the missions and values of the AASLD. In as much as the existence of real or perceived conflicts of interest (COI) has the potential to undermine the stature, integrity, creditability and function of the AASLD, AASLD must insure that its member... Read more
Getting the most out of social media means establishing your bona fides up front. You want your profile to demonstrate, at a glance, that you are an educated, reliable expert in your field. Of course, you also need to balance your patients’ safety with your goal of projecting an image of authority and professionalism. Here […] Read more
New Webinar! The Case for Social Media in Health Care
Thursday, March 15 | 1 pm – 2 pm ET
Join Lee Aase, Director of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network, for an informative review of how social media platforms have changed the way world communications and what that means for physicians, scientists and other health care professionals.
- Guidelines for engagement and appropriate safeguards to minimize risk
- Best practices that enable professionals to realize the potential benefits of involvement
- Resources Mayo Clinic has developed to aid colleagues interested in safe and effective applications of social media tools in their work
Registration tools will help you easily secure your spot at the 2018 meeting. If you haven’t registered for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2018 yet, you have until April 18 to take advantage of early bird savings. Registering on or before this date will save you at least $80, and sponsoring society member postdoctoral fellows, trainees […] Read more
Still Time to Register for the 2018 Emerging Trends Conference: Cholangiopathies
Just one more week until AASLD’s Emerging Trends Conference-Cholangiopathies: The Dawn of Curative Treatments? The conference will take place Friday, March 16 to Saturday, March 17 in Arlington, VA.
With seven sessions led by renowned hepatologists, the conference will dive deep into the biliary system, biliary fibrosis, cholangiopathies and more. The conference will focus on both the adult and pediatric outlook on those who are afflicted with biliary disease and research being done to discover better treatments and cures.
Spots are still available and we encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to discuss the future of cholangiopathy treatment. Register today.
Save the Date: Transplant Hepatology Board Review Course August 18-19
Looking to prepare for the transplant hepatology board exam this year? Save the date for AASLD’s Transplant Hepatology Board Review Course, which will take place Saturday, August 18 through Sunday, August 19 in Dallas.
High yield clinical topics will be presented by key leaders in the field of hepatology and transplant medicine. The course is designed to help prepare for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) certification and maintenance of certification (MOC) exam in transplant hepatology and pediatric transplant hepatology.
Registration opens May 9. Take advantage of early bird registration discounts through July 19. Please visit the AASLD website for more information.