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QUALITY

Over the last decade, the CAG has undertaken several important initiatives to help improve access to timely, high quality digestive healthcare for Canadians.

EDUCATION

The CAG has taken an active role in high quality program development based on the educational needs of the membership.

RESEARCH

Research funding is available for all levels of training (clinicians, gastroenterology residents, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate and summer students).

RESOURCE

The CAG offers a wide range of resources to their members including tools and promotion materials, position statements, CPGs and consensus reports, and surveys.

Canadian Digestive Diseases Week™

February 26th-29th, 2016 - The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth - Montréal, QC

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As a not-for-profit organization, the CAG depends on industry support to help deliver high quality educational programs for Canada’s gastroenterology community.

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