The Association of Program Directors in Surgery was founded in 1977 to provide a forum for the exchange of information and for discussion on a wide range of subjects related to post-graduate surgical education.
In 2020, APDS and the Research Fund have made a significant commitment of time and resources to an innovative program called EQIP.
The Diversity and Inclusion Committee has worked over the past year to advance understanding of the value of diversity in our training programs and institutions.
Program Objectives: To provide a forum for individuals involved in surgical education to seek new approaches and creative solutions...
The Diversity and Inclusion Committee has worked over the past year to develop the 1st APDS Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit.
The Association of Program Directors in Surgery
I'm seeing so many fun incoming intern pics. Here's me in 2005 (more hair/same big Irish head)
When everyone around you is extremely smart and talented, only one thing can separate you from the pack: hard work.
There's no way around it.
Hard work pays off.
#ColorectalSurgery leaders: The American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery is seeking an accomplished surgical educator to become their new executive director.
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JSE's 2020 Reviewer Awards honor P.J. Schenarts, MD and Jamie Robertson, PhD, MPH!
Thank you to all our 2020 reviewers for outstanding work in the promotion of surgical education in @JSurgEduc!
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Currently available surgical residency and fellowship positions posted as soon as possible after they are announced.
Qualified residents are seeking positions from all over the United States. Residents can also submit themselves for consideration.
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Grand Hyatt, San Antonio, TX
May 3-5, ASE May 5-7 APDS
May 3-5 ASE
May 5-7 APDS
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