2019 APDS Program at ACS Clinical Congress

APDS Program at ACS Clinical Congress

San Francisco, California

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

12:45 pm – 5:00 pm

Moscone Convention & Exhibition Center

Room 303/304

 

The APDS will be presenting two panels on key issues in surgery resident education. Panels will include talks by expert speakers as well as a panel discussion. The first topic is ‘Time to Venture Out Into the World – A Program Director’s Guide to Giving Residents Career Advice.’ The second panel will be ‘ Mentoring Through the Years: Best Practices for Those Who Mentor Residents.’

 

12:45 pm Panel I: Time to Venture Out Into the World – A Program Director’s Guide to Giving Residents Career Advice

Moderator: David T. Harrington, MD, FACS, Providence, Rhode Island

 

Setting the Stage – Current State of Affairs
William G. Cioffi, MD, FACS

 

The Traditional Large Academic Department of Surgery

Fabrizio Michelassi, MD, FACS

 

Medium to Small Academic Departments in a Hospital Organized in Service Lines
Richard B. Damewood, MD, FACS

 

The Community Academic Hospital or Private Practice Model

Marcella W. Bradway, MD, FACS, FASCRS

 

Surgery Departments in Kaiser Permanente Hospitals

Craig J. Collins, MD, FACS, FASCRS

 

Panel II:  Mentoring Through the Years: Best Practices for Those Who Mentor Residents

Moderator:  Kyla P. Terhune, MD, MBA, FACS, Nashville, Tennessee

 

Doctor: Mentoring the Intern
Mary Katherine Kimbrough, MD, FACS

 

Leader and Professional: Mentoring the Developing Resident

Vance Y. Sohn, MD, FACS

 

Fellow: Mentoring the Transition from Residency to Fellowship

Jennifer LaFemina, MD, FACS

 

Surgeon: Mentoring the Transition to Practice

Benjamin T. Jarman, MD, FACS

 

Strategies to Ensure Success: Mentoring the Underrepresented Resident

Cary B. Aarons, MD, FACS, FACRS

 

4:15 pm   APDS Business Meeting – David T. Harrington, MD, FACS, Providence, Rhode Island

 

4:45 pm   Medical Students & Surgeons Reception – Moscone Convention & Exhibition Center Rm 210/211