DDW On Demand

Online Session Recordings

DDW on Demand 2011 features up to 500 hours of sessions





DDW 2015 Attendees Receive Complimentary Access

DDW On Demand is an online-only library that includes 400 hours of non-ticketed presentations* from DDW 2015. Attendees receive two years of convenient online access to the capture — a product valued at over $1,200.

To access, please visit and click "Log In to Player". Follow the instructions for first time users if you have not registered yet. 

*Note: Ticketed sessions will not be included in DDW On Demand. Presentations will be included if permission is granted by presenter.

Non-Attendees: Order and Receive an iPad Air 2

DDW On Demand delivers 450 hours* of educational content covering the latest advances in GI research, medicine and technology from each of DDW's sponsoring societies, including the AGA Spring Postgraduate Course. This extensive catalogue covers topics such as nutrition, obesity, bariatric surgery, new techniques and quality in endoscopy liver diseases, pancreatic cancer, colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. In all, you’ll have instant access to 450 hours, 370 sessions and more than 1,400 presentations, making DDW On Demand the perfect tool to address any clinical or scientific issue that may arise in your practice or research. Click here to purchase.

You can conveniently access this comprehensive library from any computer or mobile device. Our state of the art media player makes it easy to search the exact content you’re looking for. We’ll even direct you to the specific slide that contains your search term. And with downloadable PDFs of presentations, MP3 audio files, integrated online CME testing and a complimentary hard drive, we make it easy for you to access your content anytime, anywhere. Click here to purchase.

*Note: Presentations will be included if permission is granted by presenter.


If you're undecided or curious what the sessions look like, watch a preview here of the DDW 2015 session  “Acute Pancreatitis” presented by Peter Banks, MD.

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