Under the direction of Rana Pullatt, M.D., students learn the latest techniques using the da Vinci robot.
Residents become familiar with the full sprectrum of surgical disease in developing countries and grasp the special considerations for care in the OR during an international rotation in Cameroon.
Residents discuss their cases as part of the annual lectureship series.
The Department of Surgery Simulation Lab cultivates the technical and cognitive skills development of surgical trainees in an environment optimally focused on their education
Thank you for attending the Annual Postgraduate Course in Surgery. The course proved once again to be an excellent overall review conference for the general surgeon with a broad variety of clinical topics, offering great exposure to practicing surgeons experienced in advanced, new techniques.
Considered by many to be the best Postgraduate Course in Surgery in the Country, each year the annual course offering promises not to disappoint!
» Join your colleagues from around the country for an informative conference on current topics, concepts, issues, and problems relative to the broad field of general surgery.
» More than 30 sessions on current topics and issues relative to the broad field of general surgery.
» Interact with more than 20 MUSC and invited faculty throughout the three-day course.
» Earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
» Self Assessment Module (SAM) will be included in the conference.
Charleston is once again voted the #1 City in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure readers.
Invited faculty includes:
Michael Englesbe, M.D.
Bruce Ramshaw, M.D., FACS
Alexander S. Rosemurgy, M.D.
17.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM Plus SAM
Excellent overall review conference for the general surgeon with a broad variety of clinical topics
Great exposure to practicing surgeons experienced in advanced, new techniques
Charleston is once again voted the #1 City in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure readers