Leveraging Laparoscopy to Improve Overall Surgical Care: 2015 Humanitarian Keynote Address

This keynote address was given during the SAGES 2015 Annual Meeting by Horacio Asbun, MD with an introduction from L. Michael Brunt, MD, SAGES President 2014-2015

Gerald Marks Lecture: Tying it All Together – Steps on the Path to Optimizing Surgical Training in Residency and Beyond

Gerald Marks Lecture: Tying it All Together Speaker: Jo Buyske, MD Dr. Buyske is the Associate Executive Director of the American Board of Surgery, and the Director of Evaluation. She is a past president of SAGES, and remains active on several committees. Her clinical career was in minimally invasive foregut surgery. She currently serves as […]

Karl Storz Lecture: Healthcare Delivery: From Flesh and Bones to Bits and Bites

Karl Storz Lecture “Healthcare Delivery: From Flesh and Bones to Bits and Bites” AUDITORIUM SAGES 2016 Speaker: Yulun Wang, PhD Yulun Wang is the founder of InTouch Health, named one of the top 100 health companies in the US by Inc. Magazine. InTouch develops telemedicine systems that allow physicians to diagnose and consult with patients […]

SAGES 2016 Presidential Address: Out of Chaos Comes Opportunity

Presented by SAGES President Brian J. Dunkin, MD at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting. Introduction by President-Elect Daniel J. Scott, MD

SAGES Magical Mystery Tour

SAGES 2014-2015 President, L. Michael Brunt, MD gives the Presidential Address at the SAGES 2015 Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN Points of interest: Dr. Brunt begins his lecture–4:40 Acknowledgements–8:15 1989 SAGES board–9:35 Train the Trainer courses–11:16 sentinel evenT in the life of SAGES–14:11 another sentinel Keyword(s): 10,000 hour rule, 6 step program, aberrant anatomy, abstract, […]

SAGES 2014 Presidential Address

Presented by Gerald Fried, MD, FACS at the SAGES 2014 Annual Meeting. The lecture will address the role of specialty societies and the value to those at various stages of their careers Dr. Gerald Fried is the Edward W. Archibald Professor and Chairman of the Department of Surgery at McGill University, and Surgeon-in-Chief and Director of the […]

2013 Gerald Marks Lecture: A Blueprint for Quality and Patient Safety in an Era of Innovation

Presented by E. Christopher Ellison, MD, FACS objectives–4:44 citation–23:38 Keyword(s): ACS, chart review, clinical performance, emerging surgical technologies, Gerald Marks lecture, hand washing, innovation, NSQIP, pt safety, SCIP, SSI

SAGES 2013 Storz Lecture: The Shock of the New: The Innovators Role in Surgery

SAGES Past President Lee Swanstrom, MD gives the 2013 Karl Storz Lecture at the 2013 SAGES Meeting disclosures–4:28 innovation in surgery–9:22 disruptive innovation–9:52 citation–30:42 new model for innovation–33:43 htt Keyword(s): 510k, disruptive innovation, FDA, flex endo, incremental innovation, industry partners, medical devices, PMA, surgical technology

SAGES 2013 Presidential Address: Journeys

SAGES 2012-2013 President W. Scott Melvin gives his Presidential Address during the 2013 SAGES Meeting Keyword(s): presidential address

Karl Storz Lecture in New Technology: The Collaboration Paradox

John Abele, Co-Founder, Boston Scientific Corporation

Presidential Address: You Must Be the Change You Wish to See in the World

Steven Schwaitzberg, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School and Adjunct Associate Professor of Engineering, Tufts University, Chief of Surgery, Cambridge Health Alliance. Keyword(s): ABS, ACS, AHS, AORN, APSF, ASCRS, ASGE, ASMBS, BSC management, collaboration, colon cx, competency, digital age, endoscopy, esophageal cx, Facebook, fellowships, FES, FLS, FUSE, general surgery, grand rounds, hernia task […]

Presidential Address: Those To Whom Much is Given, Much Is Required

Presented by: Jo Buyske, MD SAGES Go Global: Global Affairs and Humanitarian Efforts Keyword(s): ABS, FEMA, primary care, SAGES global affairs, SAGES international proctoring courses, SSAT, volunteer opportunities, WHO

Karl Storz Lecture: Blow the Whistle! Timeout for our Conflict of Interest Policies

Presented by David Rattner, M.D. disclosures–1:45 citation–3:39 IOM definition of conflict of interest–5:15 conflicts of interest we don’t disclose–5:46 fellowships–9:42 ability to influence–13:50 objective journalism–16:22 scholarly work or bias?–16:40 commercialism–18:10 sponsored research–21:26 industry sponsorship–24:30 scientific misconduct–25:10 marketing–27:09 FDA–30:12 CME–32:35 rational approach–35:51 Keyword(s): ABS, ACCME, ACGME, bariatric surgery, bias, […]

2010 Gerald Marks Lecture: The Making of a Surgeon, Revisited

2010 Gerald Marks Lecture presented by Richard H. Bell, M.D. at the 2010 SAGES Annual Meeting / World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery citation–8:03 characteristics of residency–9:17 Keyword(s): appy, general surgery education, general surgery program, Gerald Marks lecture, LVHR, making of a surgeon, operative experience, residency, resident education, simulator

2010 Karl Storz Lecture: New Trends In Endoscopy

2010 Karl Storz Keynote Lecture-Christopher J. Gostout, M.D. outline–3:05 pace of change–3:52 burden of digestive diseases in the US–4:52 flex endo changes–5:54 potential revisions of the flex endoscope–9:50 SIOP–12:25 bridging therapy–16:05 Keyword(s): achalasia, Apollo, ASGE, bariatrics, bridging therapy, catheter drainage, choledochoscopy, colonoscopy, digestive diseases, en bloc excision, endoscopic myotomy, endoscopic suturing, endoscopic therapy, ERCP, EUS, […]
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