January 18, 2022
Educational content from the virtual 2021 TQIP (Trauma Quality Improvement Program) Annual Conference is available on demand. Note that you must be a registered attendee to log in and view conference sessions on demand. Registration will remain open through Thursday, February 17, 2022. The deadline to claim Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Education (CE) credit or a Certificate of Attendance also is February 17. Your registration gives you access to:
The ACS 2022 Nominating Committee of the Fellows and the Nominating Committee of the Board of Governors will be selecting nominees for leadership positions in the College starting in 2022. The deadline for submitting nominations is February 18, 2022. You are encouraged to review the selection criteria and submit your nominations in the coming months.
Podcast selections are curated by Frederick L. Greene, MD, FACS, and reviewed by the Bulletin Brief editorial board.
In this edition of the Podcast Corner, we again feature the podcast, Cold Steel, produced by the Canadian Journal of Surgery. In this edition, Don Nakayama, MD, FACS, editor of the recently released ACS book Black Surgeons and Surgery in America, joins Vivian McAllister, MBBCh, FACS, FRCSC, FRCSI, a Canadian surgeon, to discuss the rich history of Black surgeons in Canada.
We hope you enjoy listening and learning at the following link: https://bit.ly/3nyDj7O.
Women surgeons are a critical component of the surgical workforce. As their numbers grow, it is essential for the profession to improve support of pregnant and parenting surgeons through policies and pathways that promote flexibility and parity for all.
The AIS Channel will host a session, presented by leaders from the ACS Board of Governors, to discuss some of the issues and solutions for successfully navigating this challenge. Pregnancy, Parenting and Parity, Supporting Surgeons Personally and Professionally will take place 8:00 am ET on Tuesday, January 25.
Program and faculty include:
With the ACS Surgery Career Connection, you can search more than 1,000 surgeon-specific positions and submit your application. The ACS Surgery Career Connection site is the premier resource to connect highly qualified surgeons with the best career opportunities across the country. Find your next career opportunity. Log on today!
Nuvance Health is seeking a System Chair of Surgical Services for its seven-hospital network in Western Connecticut and the Mid-Hudson Valley region of New York State. The System Chair provides clinical and strategic leadership for all components of the Surgical Service Line across our network hospitals to ensure the highest standard of excellence in the care and safety of all surgical patients. The Chair will work with Nuvance Health System Leadership to set the strategic vision and priorities for the Surgical Services Line and will establish performance targets for the areas of responsibility and manage the performance of the staff in meeting those targets.
Clinical Faculty: Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery
Banner University Medical Center Tucson (BUMC-T) | Tucson, AZ
Breast Surgeon Opportunity with Growing Practice in South Central PA
Penn State Health | Metro Harrisburg, PA
Trauma Medical Director/Acute Care Surgeon
Northwell | Bayshore, NJ
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