ACS Communities is the members-only online community of the American College of Surgeons.

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ACS Communities is the online community for ACS members only. This networking tool provides an environment in which ACS members can not only connect, engage and share information and best practices in real time, but can also seek advice, share experiences, exchange resources and build professional relationships.

Communities are organized by specialty (eg, general surgery, cardiothoracic surgery), discussion of clinical topics and direct care of the surgical patient, non-clinical topics (eg, history of surgery, advocacy), and a mix of clinical and non-clinical subjects (eg residents, women in surgery).

Unlike traditional professional networks such as LinkedIn, ACS Communities’ private forums are protected by multiple layers of security that give College members the place they need to discuss the things that matter most to them in a way that does not compromise the privacy of their patients. . Additionally, new features will be added in the coming months to make ACS Communities even more collaborative.

To join communities, sign in to ACS Communities, navigate to “Browse All Communities” at the top of any page, and click the blue “Join” button next to the community you wish to join. If you have any questions, please send them to [email protected]

ACS Communities are designed to help members connect, engage, share information and seek advice from their peers. Review the list of communities below and choose the groups that will be most beneficial to your practice.

Specialty (clinical subjects and direct patient care only)

Non-clinical

Clinical and non-clinical issues

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To join communities, sign in to ACS Communities, navigate to “Browse All Communities” at the top of any page, and click the blue “Join” button next to the community you wish to join. If you have any questions, please send them to [email protected]

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