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The first two participants in the ACS COT Future Trauma Leaders mentorship program are profiled in this news brief.
The ACS Comprehensive General Surgery Review Course, which will take place July 28–31 in Chicago, IL, is an intensive three-and-a-half-day course covering essential content areas in general surgery.
The results of a national poll published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons indicate that civilians have an interest in taking a bleeding control course.
The research and funding priorities for addressing health care disparities in the U.S.—which were identified at the inaugural National Institutes of Health-American College of Surgeons Symposium on Surgical Disparities Research—were published in a March issue of JAMA Surgery.
This report details the recent activities, initiatives, and business matters of both the American College of Surgeons Professional Association and of the ACS as of February 2016.
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- ACS in the news
- Watch your inbox for redesigned, interactive ACS e-newsletters
- Modernizing the AMA Code of Medical Ethics
- 27 cancer care facilities receive CoC Outstanding Achievement Award
- MHSSPACS and Excelsior Surgical Society issue call for abstracts
- FIRST Trial shows flexibility in resident work hours does not affect patient safety
- Residents: Prepare to take your ACS membership to the next level
- New standards for children’s surgery verification released
- ACS cosponsors fellowships in ethics and leadership
- Save the date for the ACS Surgeons as Leaders Course in June
- ACS and AGS release geriatric perioperative recommendations
- Last chance to register for 2016 ACS-AEI Consortium Meeting
- Dr. Sachdeva delivers Distinguished Professor Lecture at USC
- Final month to apply for 12th annual Jacobson Promising Investigator Award
- Nominations for 2016 volunteerism and humanitarian awards due February 29