ACS Communities is the members-only, online community of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This networking tool provides an environment in which ACS members can not only connect, engage, and share information and best practices in real time, but can also ask advice, share experiences, exchange resources, and build professional relationships. Unlike traditional professional networks such as LinkedIn, ACS Communities' private forums are protected by multiple security levels that give members of the College the place they need to discuss the things that matter most to them in a way that does not jeopardize the privacy of their patients. In addition, new features will be added in the coming months to make ACS Communities even more collaborative.
Top Discussion Threads
ACS members already have a lot to say in 2017. Here are the latest top discussion threads in ACS Communities:
- Music in the OR (General Surgery)
- Nephrologist to surgeon in 3 months! (General Surgery)
- MACRA (Advocacy)
- Mini-fellowship--or how to "brush up" on trauma? (General Surgery)
- Trauma/PEG for intubated polytrauma patient (Trauma Surgery)
- Students observing in OR (General Surgery)
- Pediatric appendectomy (General Surgery)
- Call-bladders (General Surgery)
- Physician rehabilitation (General Surgery)
- Letters to ACS Fellows, Members and Members of Congress (Vascular Surgery)
To join communities, log in to ACS Communities, go to “Browse All Communities” near the top of any page, and click the blue “Join” button next to the community you’d like to join. If you have any questions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.