CME Session Review State Specific CME Requirements:Please check which category(ies) this session falls into, if any: (check all that apply)* None of the above Patient Safety Risk Management Ethics Pain ManagementSession Titles: Masters Left Colon: Practicalities, Tips and Tricks You Can't Find in Textbooks Corridor Consultations for Conundrums in Colorectal Surgery SAGES Townhall - Self Improvement Tools for All Masters Biliary: Safe Cholecystectomy - An Overview of the SAGES Didactic Cholecystectomy Modules Bariatric Emergencies for the Non-Bariatric Surgeon Devil`s in the Details: Sleeve Gastrectomy West Meets East: What Masters Should Learn from Masters Masters Bariatrics: Technical Considerations in Roux-en Y Gastric Bypass Updates on Surgical Skills Competency Assessment - A Global Perspective Reality TV: Hepatobiliary Mishaps, Disasters, and Calamities Devil`s in the Details: Minimally Invasive HPB Surgery Living in the `Real World`: Practical Topics for the Community Practice Surgeon Controversies in Adolescent MIS Surgery: Rapid-Fire Debates HO Course ADOPT: Paraesophageal Hernia Repair HO Course: Laparoscopic Left and Right Colectomy with Intracorporeal Anastomosis Leading and Succeeding: Lessons from Military and Civilian Experiences to Help Us All #LOOKLIKEALEADER Reality TV: Colorectal Nightmares Pearls from the Forefathers of Foregut Surgery New NOTES - What`s New About It? Hernia Prevention: Is an Ounce of Prevention Always Worth a Pound of Cure? Bariatric Revisions for Weight Regain and Complications State of the Art Consensus Meeting on Prevention of Bile Duct Injury during Cholecystectomy: Update on Where We Are and Next Steps. Colorectal Anastomosis: Must-Have Skills and Tool Kit Devil`s in the Details: Primary Fundoplication Reality TV: Foregut Surgery Mishaps, Disasters, and Calamities Educators Luncheon: Developing and Incorporating Robotic Training for Residents and Fellows Masters Hernia: Inguinal Hernia #MillennialSurgeons #thestruggleisreal Hot New Apps for the Clinician, Patient, and Educator Unfiltered to Virtual and the Mixed Reality in Between: Computer-Assisted Surgery in 2019 Adopting Innovations in the OR: The Truth That Lies Beneath Expect the Unexpected in the Top 21 How Would You Approach This? Complex and Challenging Hernia Case Presentations Healthcare Policy Forecast - Sunny Skies or Rough Weather Ahead? SAGES - Parts Unknown HO Course ADOPT: Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy with Intracorporeal Anastomosis HO Course: Primary Procedures in Bariatric Endoscopy and Endoscopic Management of Complications Devil's in the Details - Intracorporeal Anastomosis in Colorectal Surgery Alternatives to Fundoplication for GERD Devil`s in the Details - Robotic Hernia Repair Balloons, Barriers, and Beyond - New Devices for the Treatment of Obesity Fellowship Council Luncheon: At the Forefront of Surgical Education Moving Towards Opioid-Free MIS: One TAP at a Time Devil`s in the Details - Endoscopic Solutions for Acute GI Perforations Defining Quality in Hernia Surgery SAGES/ILLS Session: Multidisciplinary Modalities in the Treatment of Colorectal Liver Metastasis Masters Foregut: Evaluating Patients for Antireflux Surgery - Best Practices and Pitfalls, Setting Expectation and Avoiding Poor Outcomes Masters Flexible Endoscopy: Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy - the Basics and Beyond Boosting Your Academic Career in 2019 The New Face of Colorectal Cancer: What Every Surgeon and Endoscopist Should Know In Case You Missed It -SAGES Foregut Surgery Masters Program Facebook Highlights Symposium de las Americas: What We Need to Know Today in the Evolution of Bariatric and Colorectal Surgery Devil`s in the Details: Endoscopic Enteral Feeding Hernia Mesh: Moving Beyond the Basics SAGES/AAST/ASCRS/SAAT Acute Care Symposium: Are you a Good Acute Care Surgeon? Improving outcomes and Reducing Hospital Mortality Devil`s in the Details - MIS in Complicated Diverticulitis What`s Changing in Robots and Other New Technology Updates on Achalasia Do or Die: Bariatric Surgery as a Bridge to Somewhere The Ethics of Surgical Education: `See One, Do One Teach One… But Not On Me` From MIS to Organ Preservation in GI Surgery - Where Do We Stand My @ss is killing me! Surgical injuries and ergonomics in the OR SAGES/AHPBA Session: Advanced Management of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma - Techniques and Results International Hernia Symposium: Progress Through Collaboration SAGES Military Surgical Symposium: From the Bench to the Battlefield and Beyond SAGES Mini Medical School Boot Camp & Interactive ExperienceYour name:Are the gaps appropriate and data driven (i.e. reference the Gap Bank or other data source)?YesNoIf no, please indicate changes to be made:Are the learning objectives measurable and do they use action words (i.e. apply, compare, etc.)?YesNoRe-write objectives:Do the test questions follow the format required in the instructions? 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