Digestive Disease Week, May 18 – 21, 2024

DDW has one mission — not a one-size-fits-all approach. Whether you work in patient care, research or education, you can follow your own path here to better outcomes for patients living with GI diseases. Choose content tailored to your essential role and session formats that you prefer. We’ve curated landing pages for the attendee breakdowns we see at DDW, so you can easily find the meeting information most relevant to you. Get started by clicking on the button below that best matches the professional activity in which you spend the majority of your time.

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