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The APDS presents two panels on key issues in surgery resident education. The first panel is titled: Confidence – getting comfortable with the state of being uncomfortable. The second panel is titled: The Role of the Program Director in Faculty Read More
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The APDS introduced the Silbergleit Award at the annual meeting in Seattle. The award is presented to APDS members for 25 years of continuous service as both a member of the APDS and Program Director. The inaugural award was presented Read More
Colleagues, On behalf of the Fellowship Start Date Task Force chaired by Dan Vargo, I am pleased to share with you some exciting news. For some time, the APDS has supported the concept of having the fellowship start moved back Read More
Please click here or contact the Association for Surgical Education at 217-529-6503 for the 2016 ACS CME Evaluation Form. It can be email to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 217/529-9120.
Current APDS members can access the APDS Committees and Task Forces in Action Reports by clicking on the APDS Committees & Task Forces in Action link under the “Quicklinks” section of the APDS website.
Current APDS members can access the “Journal of Surgical Education” by clicking on the JSE link under the “Quicklinks” section of the APDS website.
The 2014 APDS Resident Award winner is Brian George, MD, of Northwestern University for his paper “Reliability, Validity and Feasibility of the Zwisch Supervision Scale for the Assessment of Resident Operative Autonomy”. The Outstanding Resident Paper Award was established in Read More
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