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About Selected Readings in General Surgery



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The American College of Surgeons’ (ACS) Selected Readings in General Surgery (SRGS®) scours peer-reviewed medical journals for the most relevant evidence-based content. In this video, ACS Fellows discuss how they use this product to spend their time learning, not searching. Eight online and print editions of the digest are issued each year to help surgeons stay current with the most important articles in surgery.

Logging into SRGS

You must log in to the site using your ACS-SRGS username and password. Your eight-digit username can be found on the address label or on your annual renewal notice. Your password is your last name. If you have customized your log in, please use it here. If you have trouble logging in, please contact us at srgs@facs.org or 800-631-0033.

Learning Objectives

This activity is designed for general surgeons, surgical residents, and allied professionals. Regular reading of SRGS should enable learners to:

  • Maintain an excellent knowledge base in all areas of general surgery
  • Develop comparative and critical literature reading skills
  • Apply newly acquired knowledge to surgical practice
  • Prepare effectively for recertification exams

Dates of Original Release–Termination Date

SRGS is a periodical published as an annual subscription eight times a year. The cycle of topics cover a span four years. When a topic is revised, the older enduring material is no longer certified for credit.

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