Tag Archive for ‘ACS Communities’
Dr. Hoyt provides an update on the online ACS Communities and highlights how participants use the platform to improve patient care and share common concerns and interests.
An update on the ACS Communities is provided.
This month’s column highlights the ACS Member Profile—which allows users to manage CME credits, link to the ACS Communities, and contact ACS leaders—as well as the Surgeon Specific Registry, which allows users to track cases and outcomes.
In this month’s column, Dr. Hoyt highlights key initiatives aimed at improving communication between rank-and-file Fellows and the ACS leadership, including enhanced social media engagement and the online ACS Communities.
The ACS Communities invites surgeons to join the new online Military Community in order to contribute to the work being done through the College related to military surgical care, share advice on treatment of injured patients (in military or civilian settings), and assist in identifying areas where research might benefit military and civilian trauma care.
The first installment of the new “Your ACS benefits” column highlights two ACS member databases: the Surgeon Specific Registry and the ACS Member Profile.
The ACS Diversity Community—part of an online platform for members of the College with shared interests—is the focus of a new Bulletin column that will feature updates from ACS Community editors
An update on the College’s social media usage and the ACS Communities, is provided in this news article.
This article highlights redeveloped ACS online properties, including a state-of-the-art community platform and a new public website.