A compendium of commentaries and policy directives from national and surgical leaders, as well as the Hartford Consensus reports that have been published previously in the Bulletin, is mailing with this month’s Bulletin. The compendium encourages people at mass casualty events to “see something, do something.”
John A. Weigelt, MD, DVM, FACS, has been selected to receive this year’s Distinguished Service Award, the College’s highest honor.
The Annual Business Meeting of members of the ACS will take place at Clinical Congress 2015 on Wednesday, October 7, at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL.
The Board of Governors’ Surgical Volunteerism and Humanitarian Awards Workgroup has announced the recipients of the 2015 ACS/Pfizer Surgical Humanitarian Award and Surgical Volunteerism Awards.
A new bleeding control course has been developed for direct training of immediate responders in external hemorrhage control and will be spotlighted at Clinical Congress 2015 in the ACS Theater.
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- ACS Foundation presents two distinguished awards at 2015 Clinical Congress
- ACS CoC bestows national achievement award on 21 cancer care facilities
- James Haug, Past-Director, ACS Socioeconomic Affairs Department, dies
- Dr. Judson Graves Randolph, pediatric surgeon, leaves lasting legacy
- Tour the cemetery where ACS leaders are buried: Visit Archives booth for information
- Members in the news
- ACS in the News
- Register for ACS TQIP Conference, November 15−17, in Nashville, TN
- Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, June 2015
- Joseph P. Vacanti, MD, FACS, receives 2015 Jacobson Innovation Award
- ACS announces four new Evidence-Based Decisions in Surgery modules
- ACS and Hartford Foundation launch four-year geriatric initiative
- SRGS is first education program highlighted in video series
- Dr. Henri Ford performs first separation of conjoined twins in Haiti
- Board of Regents approves new seats; nominations due September 10