EndoscopyNow Webinar Series

Surgery Then… Endoscopy Now

Join this 4-part series of a moderated discussion between GI Endoscopy & Surgical experts at 7:00pm ET on August 17th, August 24th, September 7th, and September 14th.

Webinar registrations can only be made on the EndoscopyNow app. From your mobile device click on the buttons for each webinar below. If you do not have the EndoscopyNow app installed on your mobile device you will see a screen asking for your mobile number to receive a text with a download link. Install the app, then register for the webinar.

The Role of GI Endoscopy in Surgery

To watch the webinar replay, click here. In order to view the replay, please be sure to have the EndoscopyNow app installed on your mobile device.

To subscribe to the complimentary EndoscopyNow app, click here. Then enter your mobile number to receive a link to download the app to your mobile device. After the app is installed, you can view replay webinars, register for live events, read your journal abstracts and articles, research GI procedures, and stay up to date on GI news and medical device technologies.


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Previous webinars:

Gastroparesis Diagnostics – Andres Gottfried, David Kunkel, and Michael Camilleri

Endoscopic Management of Complications after Bariatric Surgery Webinar

Achalasia Talk on Diagnostics – Rena Yalapati, Steve Clayton, and Dr. Kalyana Nandipati

Therapeutic Approaches to GERD Part 2 — Dr. Ken Chang, Dr. John Lipham, Dr. Jessica Reynolds

Therapeutic Approaches to GERD – Dr. Ellen Stein, Dr. Brian Smith, Dr. Magnus Halland

GERD Assessment – Dr. Krystle Lunch, Dr. Prakash Gyawali

Heller vs POEM – Dr. Santiago Horgan vs Dr. Ken Chang

The Reflux Barrier – Dr. John Lipham

Medically refractory GERD – Dr. Phil Katz

Detection of Dysplastic Barrett’s Esophagus – Dr. Mike Smith, Dr. Tripp Buckley, Dr. Dan Lister


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