Be a part of one of the world’s most prestigious surgical education conferences. Submit abstracts, videos, and surgical history posters by Friday, March 1, for presentation consideration at the ACS Clinical Congress, October 19–22 in San Francisco, California.
Submissions are requested for:
- Owen H. Wangensteen Scientific Forum—Researchers have the opportunity to present results from their original, basic science, clinical, education, health sciences, and translational research. International submissions and submissions from surgical specialties (such as neurosurgery, OB/GYN, ophthalmology, orthopaedic surgery, otolaryngology, and urology) are especially encouraged. Interested in seeing what some of the top presentations were in 2023? View selected papers in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.
- Video-Based Education Sessions—These aim to educate surgeons and members of surgical teams to improve the care of the surgical patient, as well as safeguard the standards of care in an optimal practice environment. These sessions include various clinical topics, as well as the “Icons in Surgery” series.
- History of Surgery Poster Session—This popular session offers surgical history enthusiasts the opportunity to present on subjects of interest related to the history of the field and its specialties. Registrants for Clinical Congress 2023 can view last year’s digital posters until May 1.
All abstracts, videos, and posters submitted must be original works and first presented and published at ACS Clinical Congress.
Submissions close on Friday, March 1, at 1:00 pm CT.
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