By Omar Mousa, MD, Transplant Hepatology Fellow, Mayo Clinic Rochester
AASLD: Trainee Member, Training and Workforce Committee
Many physicians and trainees are fortunate to attend the AASLD Liver Meeting® 2018. However, the AASLD cares about those who are not able to attend and provides easy online access to the incredible sessions through LiverLearning®, the official eLearning portal of AASLD. One can join thousands of physicians who came from all around the world and enjoy listening to many outstanding speakers as they present new advancements in the science of liver disease. This is significant for academic development and allows trainees to define areas of interest, either for ongoing or future research or blind spots in the knowledge of liver disease.
LiverLearning® will have new content from many informative and stimulating presentations by renowned leaders and researchers, recorded during different sessions of The Liver Meeting® 2018. LiverLearning® has switched to a new platform and has a new look and feel in 2018. All current AASLD members automatically receive complete access to the educational resources (including videos and slide decks) in LiverLearning®, and non-members can purchase access for one year with a subscription. Continuing education (CME/CE credits and MOC points) is available for a variety of enduring materials on the portal. Should you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s new at the AASLD Liver Meeting® 2018?
Stay tuned for the “The Best of The Liver Meeting®,” a new, free online resource from AASLD with key data and highlights from The Liver Meeting® 2018. Slide sets featuring detailed information on nine selected topics will be available for download and will include pertinent information presented at the meeting and additional key findings. With information on the latest updates in hepatology research, these slides are a great way to keep yourself informed on important new discoveries in the field. “The Best of The Liver Meeting®” will be available on the redesigned LiverLearning® site immediately after the meeting on November 15.