Deadline Tomorrow: Claim CME/CE/MOC from The Liver Meeting® 2018

If you attended The Liver Meeting® 2018 in San Francisco, the deadline to claim your continuing education credits is March 15. To obtain CME Credits, MOC Points or a Certificate of Attendance from the meeting, please view the information below:

Claim your CME Certificate/Certificate of Attendance and ABIM MOC:

MOC Points: Detailed instructions for claiming MOC are available on The Liver Meeting® Claims Instructions Page [PDF]

  • To complete the MOC evaluation for the Postgraduate Course, you will be directed to LiverLearning.
  • To avoid delays in processing, please provide accurate ABIM/ABP information (spelling of your name, date of birth and ABIM/ABP ID) – visit ABIM’s website or ABP’s website to confirm your information.
  • Requests for MOC after March 15 will not be honored.

Questions about continuing education credits should be sent to education@aasld.org.

Interact with Experts to Assess DILI Risk

Register today for the AASLD and FDA sponsored drug-induced liver injury (DILI) conference. This event will investigate the current methods to assess and evaluate DILI risk in evolving therapies. Attendees will hear presentations from leaders in the field of DILI and engage them in discussion and debate on:

  • The means by which DILI diagnosis is established
  • Methods to assess DILI diagnosis and severity in patients with pre-existing liver disease
  • Hepatotoxicity risk in immunotherapy
  • Overcoming significant gaps in the current FDA guidance on the premarketing evaluation of DILI

Submit your poster abstracts today: the deadline is April 1. A limited number of travel awards will be available.

Register today – early registration discounts end April 9.

Registration Now Open for the 2019 Clinical Hepatology Update

June 14-15 | Bellevue, WA
Register today for AASLD’s Clinical Hepatology Update.

The conference will provide an in-depth review of updates in the field of hepatology, with a special focus on portal hypertension, NAFLD, palliative care and hospice referral. All medical professionals are welcome, and this is a great opportunity to network with peers, learn about the most recent advances in the field and gain knowledge to apply to your daily clinical practice.

Secure your spot today and save with discounted rates through May 14.

Emerging Liver Scholars Program: 2019 Applications Now Open!

Applications to AASLD Foundation’s Emerging Liver Scholars Program (ELS) are now being accepted. The application deadline is April 30, 2019. For more information on the program and how to apply, please visit aasldfnd.org/ELS

The ELS program is proud to celebrate its eighth year of encouraging and welcoming future medical changemakers into the field of hepatology. It is supported by the AASLD Foundation as part of its continuing mission to inspire and invest in the next generation of hepatologists. The program encourages medical, surgical and pediatric residents who have the potential for a career in academic medicine to choose a career in hepatology or transplant hepatology. It provides each scholar with a travel award to The Liver Meeting® where, accompanied by their mentor, they will be immersed in the world of hepatology and exposed to all the career development opportunities AASLD has to offer. Since 2012, we have been able to bring 220 residents and mentors to The Liver Meeting® through the ELS program.

It is also an opportunity for AASLD members, who are already established in their career, to be part of the continued growth of hepatology through mentorship. From identifying ELS candidates to providing support and guidance throughout and after the meeting, mentors play a significant role in the program’s success. Currently, over half of the 2012-2017 ELS award recipients are either in a subspecialty fellowship culminating in a transplant hepatology fellowship or are currently in a transplant fellowship.

If you know of a colleague who hasn’t quite yet determined his or her final career goals and has an interest in hepatology, encourage them to learn more about the program.

*Applicants must be training in US-based residency programs only.

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