FINAL WEEKS TO TAKE REGISTER TO VIEW THE CASE REVIEW COMPETITION WEBINAR
2.5 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITSTM AVAILABLE THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021
The Keystone Chapter's Case Review Competition included many unique, novel, and exceptional submissions. Ten submissions were selected to present in a virtual, on-demand format. The top submissions will be eligible for a peer review and submission for publication consideration in the national and renown, now open-source ACS Case Reviews in Surgery.
We hope members will support our Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows-in-Training, by registering and viewing their exceptional presentations. The American College of Surgeons designate this activity for up to a maximum of 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Participants can also claim up to 2.5 credits of Self-Assessment by completing the quiz and scoring a 75% or greater.
Why Join A Local ACS Chapter?
Why belong to your local chapter? Local chapters offer opportunities to network with colleagues in your backyard, attend seminars and other educational events close to home and monitor legislative and regulatory issues affecting Pennsylvania physicians. Chapter members looking for guidance or assistance with an issue can reach out to another member, close to home, that could be dealing with the same state-related issue.
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Congratulations 2021 Fellows
If you are a current member of the ACS, take the next step and join your local chapter. You have already met the requirements and standards for membership in the KCACS. Simply complete the “Membership Acceptance Form”. Chapter dues are minimal. The value of having educational and networking resources close to home is immeasurable.
Making your voice heard on the state and federal level is an important part of educating those passing laws and regulations on best practices in medicine and patient care. MPACS and ACS continue to monitor active legislation that would affect you, your practice, and your patients. Click HEREfor an updated list of legislation being monitored both on the state and federal level.