Claim your CME

The American College of Surgeons designates this Other activity (hybrid format-live and enduring) for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Objectives

The Texas Surgeons Summit will provide up-to-date information for community surgeons, academic surgeons and the surgeon in training. Topics will cover a broad range of surgical practice interests including updates and advances in trauma and acute care, surgical oncology, general surgery, education, vascular surgery, pediatric surgery and surgical endocrinology. The intent of the program is to improve the quality of patient care and improve patient safety.

Credit Information

Credit Hours

Wednesday, April 28 ETHICS & ADVOCACY NIGHT 
Ethics:  1 credit (Mandate: 1 hour)
Advocacy: 1.75 credits

Thursday, April 29 RESEARCH DAY
President’s Session: 1 credit
Stump the Attendings: .75 credit
Surgeons Trivia: 1.25 credit

Friday, April 30 GUEST LECTURES & GREAT DEBATES
Mock Orals: 3 credits (invite only)
Guest Lectures: 1.50 credits 
Great Debates: 1 credit (Mandate: Trauma .5 hour & Cancer .5 hour)

Enduring Material
On Demand Videos: 5.75 hours
ePoster Session: 1 hour

Claim CME

To claim CME, you must submit an online evaluation by July 28, 2021.

  • Submit your evaluation, click here
  • CME Certificates for ACS members (MDs/DOs), your CME certificate will be available the week of August 2nd on your MyCME page.
  • CME Certificate of Attendance for non-MDs/Dos will be emailed to you the week of August 2nd.

CME Disclosures

Program Committee

Kareem J. Abdelfattah, MD
Rajesh Gandhi, MD
Robyn Richmond, MD
David Santos, MD
Drew Davis, MD
Celia Ledet, MD
Dixon Santana, MD
Brian Davis, MD

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