ACS Comprehensive General Surgery Review Course
The ACS Comprehensive General Surgery Review Course, developed by the ACS Division of Education, provides a 3.5-day intensive review of the essential content areas in general surgery.
The 2015 Clinical Congress is designed to provide individuals with a wide range of learning opportunities, activities, and experiences that will match their educational and professional development needs. By the conclusion of the Clinical Congress, participants should gain and be able to apply the knowledge to improve their current practice, research, and care of surgical patients.
Selected Readings in General Surgery
Selected Readings in General Surgery (SRGS®) is an economical way to stay current with the surgical literature, improve patient care, and earn Maintenance of Certification self-assessment credit.
Surgical Education and Self-Assessment Program (SESAP®) is a premier educational resource for practicing surgeons who want to assess and maintain their clinical knowledge. SESAP offers you problem-based multiple-choice questions and evidence-based explanations of answers, as well as supporting references from current literature.
SESAP® Sampler provides a high-quality continuous learning experience every month, on cue.
E-Learning Resource Center
The E-Learning Resource Center offers a variety of educational opportunities available from the American College of Surgeons (ACS), including Clinical Congress session recordings, web casts, webinars, and publications in various media types.
ACS/APDS Surgery Resident Skills Curriculum
The ACS/APDS Surgery Resident Skills Curriculum was developed jointly by the American College of Surgeons and the Association of Program Directors in Surgery and includes three phases.
ACS Fundamentals of Surgery Curriculum
The ACS Fundamentals of Surgery Curriculum® (ACS FSC) is a highly interactive, case-based, online curriculum that addresses the essential content areas that all surgical residents need to master in the early years of training. The curriculum includes more than 99 simulated case scenarios in which residents are asked to recognize and assess symptoms and signs, order appropriate tests and procedures, evaluate data, and initiate appropriate actions.
Subscription Agent Information
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Successfully Navigating the First Year of Surgical Residency
This Division of Education publication lists the critical cognitive, clinical, and technical skills needed to help new surgical residents be better prepared for their first year of residency training. The document lays the groundwork for education and training in all surgical specialties and includes contemporary topics in surgery within the context of the six core competencies identified by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
August 29, 2009