The American College of Surgeons (ACS) invites all Clinical Congress 2021 attendees to Join the #ACSCC21 Conversation on social media. Tweets using #ACSCC21 or #CC21Selfie are featured on a dedicated page within the meeting platform, accessible through the Events link. Below are snippets of the dialogue on social media during Clinical Congress.
— Ahmed Siddique Ammar (@AmmarLeo32) October 24, 2021
— Laurel (@LaurelAVaughan) October 24, 2021
Even #OnCall, the show must go on! Another reason why #MilitarySurgeons are so AWESOME!@USUWR_GenSurg resident, Dr. Gunasingha presents her work on machine-learning algorithms in trauma, WHILE HOLDING THE LINE FOR OUR SICK SMs!
— Excelsior Surgical Society (@ExcelsiorSurg) October 24, 2021
— GianaDavidson MD MPH (@gianamontana) October 23, 2021
Who else is prepping for #ACSCC21 this week?
*Synced my watch for the Wellness Challenge ??♀️??♀️
*Creating my playlist of sessions
(Literally >100 sessions and posters to choose for yesterday and today )
*Ready to learn ⏱@AmCollSurgeons @acsYFA pic.twitter.com/NMPfMiUzqd
— Caroline Park (박지영) MD, MPH (@CPark_MD) October 24, 2021
TL;DR: it matters how risks are conveyed — via verbal descriptors (“common”) vs quantitative values (“3%”) vs ranges (“1-5%”) pic.twitter.com/He2j7G3vrw
— Joshua Liao (@JoshuaLiaoMD) October 24, 2021
— Rachel Lynne (@TraumaMamaDO) October 24, 2021
Ooooo! @_SulemanKhan_ talks about using #VR to train for ultrasound guided femoral artery access. Cheaper than a mannequin, improves hand-eye coordination, and teaches anatomical landmarks! #surgEd #vascularsurgery #ACSCC21 @DrAalami pic.twitter.com/lC3LhKd9mf
— Stanford Surgery (@StanfordSurgery) October 24, 2021