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Endoscopic Video and VideoGIE (On-Demand) | March 2021
Release Date: March 25, 2021
Viewing Time:
1 hour

Endoscopic video changed the way we understand and present complex endoscopic procedures.  Some techniques can be understood with video in ways that printed articles cannot reproduce.  Come out and review a selection of remarkable cases from VideoGIE.  Learn about the approaches that will make your videos stand out and make your presentations the most compelling.  Review the techniques that lead to the best endoscopic videos.  Hear about the process for submission and acceptance and hear what the VideoGIE staff and editors look for in endoscopic video.  Most importantly, bring your questions, comments, and queries and take the opportunity to ask those at any time in the webinar.  I hope you will join me for a fun, engaging and educational hour devoted to remarkable endoscopic video from around the world.

Release Date: March 2021
Viewing Time: 1 hour
Learning Objectives
  • Discuss select video cases from VideoGIE.
  • Understand the approaches that lead to the most compelling endoscopic videos.   
  • Review what the VideoGIE staff and editorial board look for in video submissions. 
  • Jump in, interrupt, and query – answers to any questions you have about videos and VideoGIE.
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Dr. Field F. Willingham, MD, MPH, FASGE
Editor-In-Chief, VideoGIE

Associate Division Director for Academic Affairs
Director of Endoscopy, Emory University Hospital
Medical Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Professor of Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine
Department of Medicine
Division of Digestive Diseases

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Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
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