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  • RAS-ACS Needs Skill Competition Judges at Clinical Congress ‘17

    ​The RAS-ACS is looking for judges for the 1st Annual RAS-ACS Skills Competition "So You Think You Can Operate?" The competition will be held on Sunday, October 22, from 1:30 – 3:00 pm.   We are looking for attending physicians to judge our resident designed stations. The competition will highlight the technical skill and teamwork of current surgical residents from across the country.   Eight teams of two (one junior resident and one senior resident) will compete across four stations, with the final two going head to head for eternal honor and glory. The competition will be held as part of the annual Focus on the RAS session on Sunday, Oct. 22, and will be moderated by Elliott Haut MD PhD. For more information or to volunteer please email rasnews@facs.org.
  • Request--Presenters for Assoc. Fellow Webinar Series

    ​RAS-ACS is looking to expand our webinar series for early career surgeons.  Please review the list of topics below: Physician’s political affiliations may affect patient care Building a family during residency Building a program director-coordinator relationship Effective Communication for Millennial Professionals (job interviews, talking to patients, networking events) Managing Generations to Strike Millennial Balance (millennials thirst for flexibility and balance) Autonomy in the OR Assessing your hospital’s health and how does it affect your job hunt? Concurrent surgery Time management and organization strategies – especially email Managing a non-basic science research lab Developing a strategic career plan If you can present one or more of these topics during a 45-minute presentation supported by PowerPoint slides, please contact Alison Powers at apowers@facs.org to schedule a webinar recording.  Thank you!

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