Now in its 7th year, the National Liver Conference (NLC) strives to bring the most recent and relevant findings in liver research, education, and practice to our audience of over 300 physicians and nurses.
The National Liver Conference is a one-day event that allows for collaboration between military and civilian medical professionals and industry leaders. The event highlights over twenty renowned speakers specializing in diseases of the liver. Due to the high number of speakers for a one-day conference, the speakers present in breakout and poster sessions. This provides an intimate atmosphere for physicians to share knowledge regarding treatment options for military, dependent, and civilian populations.
- The National Liver Conference will be held Saturday, 22 September 2012 at the Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
- The National Liver Conference Program Board has developed an outstanding scientific program geared toward the overwhelming need of hepatological updates, offering education and a forum for sharing information and identifying useful solutions. Program areas include Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Infectious Diseases.
- NLC provides DOD and civilian experts an opportunity to connect with colleagues in Hepatology and other connected fields of medicine.
- Continuing Education credits are offered to both Physician and Nurse Attendees of the program.
Please visit our 2012 National Liver Conference website for more details!
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