Educational Programming

THE ANNUAL CLINICAL ASSEMBLY (ACA) WILL:

  • Offer a highly-diversified program of continuing medical education for the specialties of cardiothoracic and vascular, general, neurological, plastic and reconstructive, proctological, and urological surgery
  • Keep surgeons in these specialties, other interested physicians, and healthcare professionals informed regarding recent developments and advances in the art and science of surgery
  • Provide a review of selected areas of the attendees’ surgical specialties
  • Discuss pre- and post-operative issues related to surgery
  • Inform attendees of trends and changes in governmental legislation and regulations
  • Update surgical specialists regarding developments related to surgery in other fields of science, in socioeconomics, and in education
THE ACA LEARNING METHODS USED ARE:
  • Panels, symposia, and lectures
  • Scientific paper presentations
  • Peer-to-peer discussions
  • Question and answer sessions
  • Scientific exhibits and poster presentations

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM SCHEDULES

The ACOS Annual Clinical Assembly offers educational programming across six surgical specialties, offering up to 30 AOA Category 1-A CME credits. This year's conference schedule can be found here. In the interim, if you have any questions, you may contact us at info@facos.org.