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The International Relations Committee of the ACS announces the availability of two 2020 Community Surgeon Travel Awards, which allows surgeons outside the U.S. to participate in the annual ACS Clinical Congress.
The ACS is offering International Guest Scholarships in 2019 to outstanding young surgeons from countries other than the U.S. or Canada who have demonstrated a strong interest in teaching and research.
The International Relations Committee of the ACS announces the availability of two 2018 Community Surgeon Travel Awards, which allow surgeons outside the U.S.to participate in the annual ACS Clinical Congress.
This article outlines the global evolution of the ATLS course and provides the perspective of the first chief serving the Middle East and North Africa.
Marcello Donati, MD, a general surgeon, and a recipient of the ACS International Guest Scholarship, reports on his experiences at Clinical Congress 2016.
Naichen Cheng, MD, PhD, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a recipient of the 2016 Elias Hanna International Guest Scholarship, reports on his experiences at Clinical Congress 2016.
The ACS’ role as an international organization that meets the needs of surgeons and patients around the world, particularly in the areas of membership, education, quality programs, and surgical capacity building, is the focus of Dr. Hoyt’s column this month.
Tracey Irvine, MB, BS, MSc, MA, FRCS, an oncoplastic breast surgeon and a recipient of the ACS Murray F. Brennan, MD, FACS, International Guest Scholarship, reports on her experiences at Clinical Congress 2015 and visiting medical centers in the U.S.
Julie Howle, MB, BS, MS, FRACS—a surgical oncologist based in Sydney, Australia, and the first recipient of the ACS Murray F. Brennan, MD, FACS, International Guest Scholarship—reports on her experiences at Clinical Congress and visiting various medical centers in the U.S.
The ACS recently hosted an International Surgical Leaders forum at the ACS Washington Office to discuss possible ways to improve surgical care throughout the world and to share novel ideas, approaches, and resources on best practices in global surgery.