ACUTE CARE SURGERY Learning Theme

3.1% (n=45) of 2017 annual meeting attendees chose the Acute Care Surgery learning theme.

Of 2017 annual meeting attendees interested in the Acute Care Surgery learning theme, 12.3% (n=25) wanted to improve their ability to identify surgical complications.

Of 2017 annual meeting attendees interested in the Acute Care Surgery learning theme, 12.3% (n=25) wanted to improve their ability to compare which endoscopic, laparoscopic, and open techniques may be appropriate for an acute care surgery patient.

Of 2017 annual meeting attendees interested in the Acute Care Surgery learning theme, 9.3% (n=19) wanted to improve their surgical strategies for treatment of Mirizzi’s syndrome. At three-month follow-up, 33% of those responding (n=1) reported inability to fully implement the intended practice change.

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