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The object of the Society shall be the advancement of the art and science of surgery by: the encouragement of its members to pursue original investigations both in the clinic and in the laboratory; the development of methods of graduate teaching of surgery with particular reference to the resident system; free and informal interchange of ideas pertaining to the above subjects.More about SUS

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The SUS Leadership Development Program, designed in collaboration with Kellogg School of Management, will provide clinical and administrative leadership with essential skills necessary to lead surgical divisions, departments and multidisciplinary clinical centers within a complex financial and regulatory environment. The program, which begins on September 18 and concludes September 21, leverages Kellogg’s strength in meeting the unique design requirements of the healthcare sector through faculty and practitioners who have instructed thousands of healthcare professionals on their leadership journey. This program is rooted in theory-driven knowledge and concrete strategies that allow participants to put new ideas into action, while becoming equipped and energized to advance as a leader.

The course will take place at the James L. Allen Center, which is located on Northwestern University’s Evanston, Illinois campus. The Allen Center is designed to facilitate peer learning and informal interactions among faculty and participants. During your stay, you will enjoy a private bedroom and bathroom and your commute to the program each morning is only a brief elevator ride or quick walk downstairs from your room. The Evanston Campus is about a 30-minute drive from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

Who Should Attend: Aspiring Surgical Leaders, Division Chiefs, Center Leaders, Hospital and Medical School Leaders (note: this course is limited to 50 participants)

Click HERE to access the program brochure, which includes registration information, the program agenda and session descriptions or visit the course page

 


 

 

12th Annual Academic Surgical Congress: February 7-9, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada

The ASC has become the most important meeting of the year for clinical and basic surgical sciences. The 12th Annual ASC will take place from February 7-9, 2017 at the Encore Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The AAS and SUS expect even greater participation and encourage all members to participate in the growth of academic surgery.

The ASC is an exciting venue to hear and discuss the latest scientific advances in all disciplines pertinent to academic surgery and the quality of the meeting depends on the submission of your best work. The breadth of work being presented includes topics in education, clinical outcomes, health services research, as well as the basic and translational science.

For additional information on hotel accommodations, institutional sponsorship, CME, pre-Congress courses and the City of Jacksonville, visit: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org.

Click here to visit the 2016 Searchable Abstracts Site.

Download the 2016 CME Credit Claim Instructions here. 

 



2015 SUS News Bulletin

READ THE SUS NEWS BULLETIN TODAY!

 

  • President's Message from SUS President Sharon Weber, MD
  • Highlights from the 2015 Academic Surgical Congress
  • Feature on 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Ernest "Gene" Moore, MD
  • Spotlight on the 2015-2016 Resident and Junior Faculty Award Winners
  • SUS Foundation News from SUSF President Dai Chung, MD
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Journal Surgery

As an SUS member, you can obtain a subscription to our official Journal Surgery, at the low cost of $53 for US members and $85 for International members. For more information on obtaining your subscription, please visit www.surgjournal.com

 


 

Thank You to our SUS Foundation Donors

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SUS Foundation
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The Society of University Surgeons Foundation continues its extraordinary work of saving academic surgery, through educational grants, promoting the level of awareness about the work of academic surgery, and involving surgeons and the public in this effort.

For more information on their work and how you can be an important part of it, please visit our foundation page by clicking here

 

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