Cleveland Clinic's Digestive Disease Institute supports graduate medical education programs ranging from primary care to specialized advanced training fellowships.
Download our Digestive Disease Institute Fellowships fact sheet
Opportunities for dietitians to train in the areas of nutrition therapy and more.
Continuing Medical Education
Upcoming Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Colorectal & General Surgery live events:
Digestive Disease Week 2016
Dates: February 2-7, 2016
Location: Boca Raton, FL
You're invited to attend world class CME programs by one of the nation's "Top 5" hospitals featuring outstanding faculty and quality content. Come and network with peers.
Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Diseases Web Symposium
Date: February 19, 2016
Location: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Web Symposium
Join the multidisciplinary team as they review innovation and updates on key topics in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Diseases.
This interactive Web symposium – with case based presentations, discussion and debate from a national and international multidisciplinary team – will provide you with updates useful for clinical decision-making. Be part of a virtual discussion during our live broadcast.
28th Annual Intensive Review of Internal Medicine
Date: June 5-10, 2016
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
The symposium will be conducted by distinguished members of the Cleveland Clinic staff and eminent visiting lecturers who are renowned in their fields of interest. The symposium has been updated to reflect new developments in the field and incorporate suggestions from prior symposium participants. It will again feature an interactive, computerized audience response system, which will be employed to facilitate audience participation in most lectures. Topics will cover current concepts and board-related issues using an organ system approach with emphasis placed on relevant clinical information. Lectures will be supplemented by board simulation sessions integrating relevant clinical cases, pathology, and imaging studies.
Cleveland Breast Cancer 2016: Collaborating for a Cure
Date: March 17-18
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
The Cleveland Clinic Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program presents the 2016 Cleveland Breast Cancer Summit: Collaborating For A Cure, a live educational multi-disciplinary summit focusing on up-to-date reviews of advances in management strategies for patients with breast cancer and comorbidities. The activity will offer, the most up to date and cutting edge information about breast cancer from screening to treatment. The goal of this summit is to increase the competencies and performance of healthcare professionals involved in treating this patient population, which ultimately will improve the quality of life and overall patient survival.
Obtain CME Credit Online:
For future CME courses, please visit The Center for Continuing Education:
Surgery Grand Rounds:
Interested in a Surgery Grand Rounds presentation by a Cleveland Clinic staff member at your facility? Contact Charmaine Jones at email@example.com or 216.444.0912 to schedule or for more information.
View the attached brochure for a complete listing of available topics.
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