• Bulletin Brief

    Be sure to read Bulletin Brief, the new newsletter that replaces both ACS COVID-19 Updates and the weekly ACS NewsScope that you traditionally have received on Thursday night. Combining all the elements of both newsletters with new content, Bulletin Brief delivers updates on important advances the ACS and other stakeholders are making to help you provide optimal care for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. It also includes the latest information on other ACS activities, programs, and news.
  • COVID-19 Surgery Information and Resources

    Because many surgeons are experiencing the effects of the novel coronavirus and have questions about how to handle the anticipated onslaught of cases, the ACS has developed a twice-weekly newsletter to keep you informed and updated on best practices. We anticipate you will find this newsletter useful in providing optimal care to your patients. Our goal is to keep you informed on how to address this ever-evolving pandemic using the best available information.
  • ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit 2020 Canceled

    In light of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak and its impact, the American College of Surgeons is canceling the 2020 ACS Leadership and Advocacy Summit.
  • ACS Database Upgrade

    The American College of Surgeons is performing website database maintenance and upgrades beginning Friday, March 6, at 5 pm (CDT). We anticipate having services back online by Monday, March 9, at 8 am (CDT). ACS Communities will not be available during this time. Thank you for your patience while we work to upgrade our database to improve your user experience.
  • Call for Abstracts and Videos

    Share your research with the world and submit your abstracts and videos for Clinical Congress 2020 today. Abstracts or videos may be submitted for the Owen H. Wangensteen Scientific Forum, the Video-Based Education Sessions, and the History of Surgery Poster Session. Send your submissions by Monday, March 2!