Join us in Evanston, IL, on November 2nd as the ASBrS hosts another one of its popular oncoplastic skills courses. This is a primer course designed for general surgeons and breast surgeons who have never performed oncoplastic surgery. The afternoon's hands-on surgical cadaver skills lab allows for supervised practice of procedures taught in the morning lectures.
Abstract submission for the 2020 Annual Meeting is now open. Researchers who want their abstracts considered for presentation at the 2020 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas must submit them no later than 3:00 pm ET on November 6, 2019. More information is available on the Society's Call for Abstracts webpage.
We also invite you to submit a video for presentation in this year’s general session showing your colleagues your tricks of the trade. Your video can be used to demonstrate how you perform a novel procedure, provide tips or tricks you use on a standard procedure, or show an approach you take to a clinical problem. Visit the Society's Call for "How I Do It" Video Submissions webpage to learn more.
The Society's Selected Readings in Breast Surgery program is now accessible under our website's Education tab. Selected Readings provides members with free access to a curated selection of online journal articles and an opportunity to gain additional insight through discussion points written by our panel of experts.
The Society's Question of the Week (QOTW) program, another popular free member benefit, provides members with a regular source of quick, to-the-point scenarios, allowing for self-assessment on a variety of hot topics now facing breast surgeons.
Can't get enough CME? Be sure to check out the Society's flagship online educational program, BESAP II, which provides up to 65 hours of self-assessment through our comprehensive list of sixteen major content areas impacting breast surgery.
The American Society of Breast Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.