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Register for ACS General Surgery Review Course Presented at Clinical Congress

Clinical Congress 2019

Ensure your knowledge base is up-to-date across all of the essential content areas in general surgery, including abdomen, breast, endocrine, vascular, trauma, critical care, and perioperative care, by participating in the American College of Surgeons (ACS) General Surgery Review Course, October 28−29 at Clinical Congress 2019 in San Francisco, CA. Developed under the guidance of expert faculty and the ACS Division of Education, the ACS General Surgery Review Course uses a unique, case-based approach to enhance retention and practical application of content to practice. The course may be helpful to surgeons preparing for examinations and for self-assessment purposes.

Course Chair Travis P. Webb, MD, MHPE, FACS, will lead an interactive, two-day review with more than 20 distinguished faculty and concise, case-based course materials. Dr. Webb is a trauma and critical care surgeon and professor of surgery, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. The Course Vice-Chair is Mike K. Liang, MD, FACS, associate professor of surgery, UT (University of Texas) Health Science Center at Houston/McGovern Medical School. 

This is a Postgraduate Didactic Course at Clinical Congress and will require both registration for the conference and an additional fee for the course. Read more about Day 1 and Day 2 of the course and Clinical Congress Postgraduate Courses. Contact Melanie Thorsen, MBAHC, Senior Manager, at mthorsen@facs.org for more information.

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