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October 16-20 | San Diego, CA
“Medical device companies are 70 percent more likely to succeed if a physician is among the founders,” said panelist Amir Szold, MD, FACS.
Award recipients for 2021 include:
Seng-Feng Jeng, MD, FACS; Brent A. Senior, MD, FACS; Rochelle Dicker, MD, FACS; Rami Kantar, MD, MPH; and Chandrakanth Are, MBBS, FACS, FRCS.
The symposium will focus on future changes in surgery resident training prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. L.D. Britt and Dr. Ajit K. Sachdeva will moderate.
Practicing physicians are eligible to claim CME Credits for sessions they attend during the five-day meeting as well as sessions they engage in throughout the claiming period following the meeting—until February 1, 2022.
The ACS Surgeon Specific Registry™ is a comprehensive online quality improvement tool with 3.4 million case records and an active user base of more than 7,000 surgeons.
Your Breast Cancer Surgery Program uses scientifically derived skill development techniques, engaging instructional media, and checklists to coach patients into becoming fully informed and active participants in their care and best recovery.
All of the content in SESAP® 17 and SESAP 17 Advanced is newly constructed for the 17th edition. All content underwent a multiyear, rigorous writing and peer-review process with expert surgeon authors representing a range of clinical and academic environments, general surgery, and surgical specialties and practices.
The American College of Surgeons Professional Association Political Action Committee will host virtual engagement activities for members and SurgeonsPAC contributors at Clinical Congress 2021.
Now featuring nearly 85 modules, EBDS continues to expand. During Clinical Congress, the College will showcase new and updated modules.
The College will confer Fellowship on more than 2,300 Initiates from the U.S., Canada, and around the globe, install new officers, and recognize award recipients for 2021.
Following the Opening Ceremony of Clinical Congress 2021, Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will deliver the Martin Memorial Lecture.
Bruce W. Lytle, MD, FACS, will discuss the pathophysiology of coronary artery disease (CAD) and the continued relevance of coronary bypass surgery in the prevention of CAD death.
Patricia L. Turner, MD, MBA, FACS, Director, ACS Division of Member Services, and ACS Executive Director-Elect, will host Morning Brew—a virtual morning chat about educational sessions and engagement activities—Monday to Wednesday.
Clinical Congress provides leading-edge educational opportunities for surgeons, medical students, surgical residents, and other members of the operating room team. Today’s programming begins at 9:00 am Central Time.
The ACS invites all Clinical Congress 2021 attendees to Join the #ACSCC21 Conversation on social media.
The three-hour Surgery Resident Program will feature presentations from ACS leaders and subject matter experts on a range of topics, including personal finances, contract negotiations, diversity in graduate medical education, and ergonomics.
Established by the ACS in 1922, the CoC is a consortium of professional organizations, dedicated to improving survival and quality of life for cancer patients through standard-setting, prevention, research, education, and the monitoring of comprehensive quality care.