SRGS is first education program highlighted in video series

The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Division of Education is launching a video series that shares Fellows’ perspectives about ACS programs that help them embrace the joy of lifelong learning and access resources to enhance their surgical practices. The first two-minute video in the series showcases Selected Readings in General Surgery (SRGS®), a premier periodical that reviews current, evidence-based surgical articles to help support a state-of-the-art surgical practice. Eight issues (in both print and online formats) are published every year on a revolving cycle of topics.

In the video, the following ACS Fellows discuss how SRGS allows surgeons to spend their time learning, not searching:

  • Lewis Flint, MD, FACS, Editor-in-Chief, SRGS
  • Eugene Shively, MD, FACS, general surgeon, Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellsville, KY
  • Karen Horvath, MD, FACS, professor of surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle
  • John Mellinger, MD, FACS, residency program director, general surgery, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield

This video series celebrates education as the cornerstone of surgical excellence and will help surgeons to identify state-of-the-art, relevant, and inspiring education and training opportunities.

For more information about SRGS, visit the ACS website. To learn more about ACS Education and Training opportunities, visit the ACS Education home page.

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