The Clinical Congress program addresses essential clinical and non-clinical content. An exciting series of Named Lectures will again be delivered by world-renowned experts in their respective fields, including a new American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Lecture. More than 120 Panel Sessions on timely clinical and non-clinical topics will be offered. The Special Sessions offered during the lunch hour will address important topics of interest to a broad range of attendees.
A wide array of Postgraduate Didactic and Surgical Skills Courses will focus on acquisition of knowledge and skills through best practices in education and training methods. Special certificates will be offered for successful completion of these courses, to support the professional activities of the attendees.
The Scientific Forum will include presentations of late-breaking scientific advances and a large number of exciting surgical research presentations and ePosters. Video-Based Education sessions will showcase surgical procedures. Meet-the-Expert Sessions and Town Hall Meetings will provide a more informal learning experience.
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The ACS Academy of Master Surgeon Educators will address the advancement and promotion of surgery faculty based on educational accomplishments, using the widely accepted framework of scholarship that includes the scholarship of discovery, scholarship of integration, scholarship of application, and scholarship of teaching.
Systems for physician payment in this country are broken. Both ACS and ASA have effective advocacy on these issues and recently have teamed up to explore how our organizations can more effectively develop and advocate for long-term solutions that recognize the full value of surgical care to the health of our communities.
This special session will allow surgeons with direct involvement in caring for the injured to provide us with a learning opportunity to better understand the current surgical issues in this war and better prepare for the next.