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Details regarding the ABS’ new general surgery assessment process, which is part of the Continuous Certification Program, are provided.
The American Board of Surgery recently announced details regarding its new Continuous Certification Program, designed to provide greater value, flexibility, and convenience in maintaining ABS certification.
The following comments were received regarding a recent column published in the Bulletin.
The career and accomplishments of Frank R. Lewis, Jr., MD, FACS, who recently completed a 15-year term as the executive director of the American Board of Surgery, are described, particularly his role in developing surgical education, training, and certification around the world.
The College’s and the ABS’ role in addressing concerns related to MOC requirements is the focus of this month’s column.
Tyler G. Hughes, MD, FACS, was recently elected to a six-year term, beginning July 1, as an at-large director of the American Board of Surgery (ABS), the national certifying body for general surgeons and related specialists. Dr. Hughes, a community surgeon from McPherson, KS, was one of 65 candidates drawn from an open nomination process. […]