AASLD offers a variety of resources for hepatologists and other clinicians. These resources are available to enhance knowledge and improve quality care in the hepatology field. Every resource is curated with the audience in mind and complimentary access is granted with an AASLD membership.
LiverLearning® is the premier source for hepatology educational content for clinicians and other healthcare professionals. Access educational resources and earn continuing education credits (CME/CE credits and MOC points) from online enduring activities. Current AASLD members automatically receive complimentary access. Non-members can purchase a yearly subscription. Some online enduring educational offerings are available to members and nonmembers at an additional cost (e.g., Transplant Hepatology Board Review Courses and Emerging Topic Conferences).
Fundamentals of Liver Disease
This robust program offers learners everything they need to know about the basics of liver disease. If you’re new to the field, encounter liver disease in your patients, or just looking to brush up on your Hepatology 101, this free course is for you.
AASLD works year-round to develop evidence-based practice guidelines and guidances to make sure you have the latest science at your disposal. The Practice Guidelines Committee revises them on a rotating basis to ensure they include the most up-to-date advancements in treatment and recommendations of preferred approaches to the diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive aspects of care.
The science of hepatology is ever-evolving and a subscription to our journals is the best and easiest way to stay in-the-know. HEPATOLOGY, Liver Transplantation, Hepatology Communications, and Clinical Liver Disease deliver the most cutting-edge research available. They are essential resources for any clinician or researcher and an excellent avenue for research exposure. Submit your work or subscribe to our journals to make sure you remain at the top of your game.
Featured Journal Articles
Recovery and Outcomes of Patients Denied Early Liver Transplantation for Severe Alcohol-Associated Hepatitis
Liver transplantation in alcohol-associated hepatitis remains controversial, in part because spontaneous recovery can occur.Read the HEPATOLOGY Article
Use of Skeletal Muscle Index as a Predictor of Wait-List Mortality in Patients With End-Stage Liver Disease
The aim of this study is to validate a proposed definition of sarcopenia in predicting wait-list mortality.Read the Liver Transplantation Article
Diagnosis and Management of Autoimmune Hepatitis in Adults and Children
This article will summarize practice guidance/guidelines put forth by the AASLD in an easy-to-read format for patients and their caregivers.Read the Clinical Liver Disease Article
Patterns of Kidney Dysfunction in Acute-on-Chronic Liver Failure
Patterns of kidney dysfunction and their impact on kidney and patient outcomes are ill-defined.Read the Hepatology Communications Article
Liver Connect Forums
Accessing the power of your peers is a tremendous member benefit and one that is available at the tips of your fingers in our Liver Connect forums. Ask for advice, discuss the latest research, or even just chat about an upcoming meeting with other AASLD members. It’s free for all AASLD members!
The AASLD COVID-19 Resource Center provides the latest information for professionals in hepatology, gastroenterology and liver transplantation along with their patients and caregivers. Complimentary resources include on-demand webinars, journal articles and policies and guidances. Available to AASLD members and nonmembers.
Maintenance of Certification
AASLD is committed to helping hepatologists through the controversial MOC process while at the same time advocating for reform.