We’re Bringing DDW to You
Although we’ll miss seeing you in Chicago this year, we’re excited to bring some DDW content to you. The DDW ePosters and ePapers site is now open and features free access to all accepted abstracts. All full-text abstracts are now posted. If an additional presentation was uploaded by the presenter, it will be released following the original embargo schedule (9:30 a.m. CDT on day of originally scheduled presentation), starting May 2 and ending on May 5.
New Drugs and Devices
Exhibitors include companies and organizations from the pharmaceutical, device/instrumentation, nutrition, internet and software sectors. The Community Corner highlights nonprofits. Search exhibitors in the online planner by 14 different product categories.
Industry Supported Events and Presentations
There are also plenty of activities in the Exhibit Hall that attendees can enjoy including, but not limited to:
- P.U.R.E. Café: This dining option will save time and allows you to sit down to a variety of nutritious meals in the Exhibit Hall. Tickets are available for only $18.50 (inclusive of taxes and service charge) per lunch and can be used on any of the days that P.U.R.E. Café is open. It will be open from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, May 2, through Tuesday, May 5. You can purchase tickets when you register for DDW.
- DDW Theater: Attend Product Theaters, 45-minute presentations about the latest GI products and services. These sessions do not offer CME credit, but they are a valuable chance to keep up to date with the newest technology in the field.
- Satellite Symposia: Looking for educational sessions before or after official programming while at DDW? Satellite Symposia provide educational programs before or after DDW scientific sessions, often offering CME credit to attendees.
- Exhibitor Showcases in The Knowledge Hub: These 15-minute presentations offer an intimate setting to have conversations with companies about their products and services. They do not offer CME credits.
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