The ACS brings together the resources to be your best and stay that way
As a practicing surgeon, the pressure to stay current and on top of your profession is ongoing. The ACS can help surgeons at all stages improve surgical care for better patient outcomes. Whether you’re looking to boost technical skills, maintain certification, enhance patient safety, or simply stay in the know, the ACS has education for that and a whole lot more.
A critical resource for all general surgeons, SRGS helps maximize surgeons’ time by reviewing 150 of the latest and most valuable articles published in the world’s most prominent medical journals. Topics include breast disease, colorectal disease, biliary tract disease, and more. An essential must-read.
Designed to promote excellence and expertise, SESAP 17 is a premier educational self-assessment resource for practicing surgeons. Whether you’re looking to stay current with the breadth of general surgery, enhance knowledge in a specific area, or excel on an exam, SESAP 17 is an ideal resource. Plus it offers many new features that allow you to tailor your learning to address individual needs and preferences. There’s even SESAP 17 ADVANCED with more specialized and nuanced information.
It’s the encore presentation of ACS Clinical Congress Named Lectures 2017–2020. This release includes a range of clinical and non-clinical topics, all presented by world-renowned experts in surgery and surgical education. The next four Named Lectures from 2019 are:
How to Navigate a Second Career in Surgery – Patricia Lynne Roberts, MD, FACS, FASCRS
What We Talk About When We Talk About Surgery – Gretchen Schwarze, MD, FACS
A Surgical Imperative – Michael Joseph Mack, MD, FACC, with summary written by Mohsen M. Shabahang, MD, PhD, FACS
A Perfect Storm – Mary M. Knudson, MD, FACS