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The ACS Division of Education can help you and your institution with accreditation

The ACS Division of Education Continuing Medical Education activities and programs are summarized.

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ABS announces details of new Continuous Certification Program

Details regarding the ABS’ new general surgery assessment process, which is part of the Continuous Certification Program, are provided.

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ABS Announces Details of New Continuous Certification Program

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.

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Looking forward – August 2017

The College’s and the ABS’ role in addressing concerns related to MOC requirements is the focus of this month’s column.

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2016 ACS Governors Survey: Issues affecting surgical practice

Surgeons’ views on health policy and advocacy-related issues and their potential effect on general surgery practice, based on the findings of the 2016 ACS Governors Survey, are summarized.

Dr. Ajit Sachdeva takes helm of the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education

Ajit K. Sachdeva, MD, FACS, FRCSC, Director of the ACS Division of Education, was installed earlier this year as president of the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education.

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Skills course helps rural surgeons stay current

The benefits of the Nora Institute Advanced Skills Course for Rural Surgeons, including enhanced confidence and patient care, are described.

The American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification Program: The first 10 years

The history of the American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification program is summarized in this article, as are current requirements and the future direction of the program, particularly in light of evolving best practices and new standards.

Emerging trends in lifelong learning: New directions for ACS surgical education programs

The future of surgical education will involve innovations in telemedicine and immersive instruction, increased emphasis on simulation, and lifelong learning opportunities that are customized to the individual surgeon’s training and knowledge gaps. The learning needs of surgeons can vary greatly, but through state-of-the-art educational programming and training, the ultimate goals of lifelong learning—patient safety and quality of care—are obtainable.


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