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Selected Readings in General Surgery (SRGS)
ProductDescription
SRGS Print with CME
SRGS Print Edition with CME      ACS Member Non-Member
U.S./CAN INTL U.S./CAN INTL
Individual $475 $600 $555 $665

This product includes a CME program that can be used to earn 80 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per subscription year or 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per issue.

SRGS Print without CME
SRGS Print Edition without CME ACS Member Non-Member
U.S./CAN INTL U.S./CAN INTL
Individual $365 $490 $445 $555
Resident $300 $430 *$375 *$485

* This subscription type cannot be ordered online. Non-ACS resident members

must submit proof of residency from program administrator with an order form. 


SRGS Connect Online Premium
SRGS Connect Online Premium  
ACS Members
Non-Member
(with article reprints, includes CME program)  
$410
$490

 

SRGS Connect Online Premium Plus Print
SRGS Connect Online Premium Plus Print  
ACS Members
Non-Member
(with article reprints, includes CME program)  
$580
$695


 

SRGS Connect Online Practicing Surgeon
SRGS Connect Online Practicing Surgeon  
ACS Members
Non-Member
(without article reprints, includes CME program)  
$340
$400


 

SRGS Connect Online Practicing Surgeon Plus Print
SRGS Connect Online Practicing Surgeon Plus Print  
ACS Members
Non-Member
(without article reprints, includes CME program)  
$510
$610


 

SRGS Liver Series CD 2012

SRGS Liver Series CD 2012

ACS Member
 
Non-Member
Individual
$130
$180
The Selected Readings in General Surgery Liver Series CD synthesizes the current medical literature surrounding liver disease in three parts. A maximum of 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ can be earned for completing the series by completing the online 20-question multiple-choice pretest and posttest, or 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each part completed.

SRGS Vascular Surgery Series CD 2012

SRGS Vacsular Series CD 2012

ACS Member
 
Non-Member
Individual
$130
$180
The Selected Readings in General Surgery Vascular Surgery Series CD synthesizes the current medical literature surrounding vascular surgery on the following topics: aneurysms (Part I), occlusive disease (Part II), and vascular trauma/venous disease (Part III).  A maximum of 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ can be earned for completing the series by completing the online 20-question multiple-choice pretest and posttest, or 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each part completed.

SRGS Institutional Print
SRGS Institutional Print                U.S./CAN INTL
Institution $850 $950

SRGS Connect Institutional Online Premium
SRGS Connect Institutional Online Premium (with article reprints)
Institution $825

SRGS Connect Institutional Online Practicing Surgeon
SRGS Connect Institutional Online Practicing Surgeon (without article reprints)
Institution $699

SRGS Connect Institutional Online Premium Plus Print
SRGS Connect Institutional Online Premium Plus Print (with online reprints)
Institution $1,225

SRGS Connect Institutional Online Practicing Surgeon Plus Print
SRGS Connect Institutional Online Practicing Surgeon Plus Print (without online reprints)
Institution $1,099

SRGS Back Issues - Print

Three years worth of back issues are available for purchase, based on availability. Contact srgs@facs.org to place an order. CME credit is not available with the purchase of back issues.

Price:
SRGS Current Subscriber: $35
SRGS Nonsubscriber: $70


Back issues cannot be ordered online, please download an order form

SRGS Rural Surgery Single Issue

SRGS Rural Surgery Single Issue             ACS Member Non-Member
Individual $99 $149

Access to surgical services in rural settings has drawn the attention of public health officials, rural health scholars, rural hospital administrators, and surgeons, creating a burgeoning field of research. In this special issue of Selected Readings in General Surgery, important data from these research areas are discussed, as well as practice patterns and structures and demographics of rural surgeons.

Included in this print edition is a selective review of the following common clinical problems that will help prepare surgeons for rural practice settings. The issue includes self-assessment test that, upon completion, can earn the participant 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

         Rural trauma care
         Gastrointestinal endoscopy
         Colonoscopic polypectomy
         Obstetrics and gynecology
         Laparoscopic surgery in rural hospitals
         Cutaneous surgery of the head and neck
         Testicular torsion
         Management of postoperative urinary retention

SRGS Connect Online Premium 30-Day Free Trial Untitled Document

Preview the current issue of SRGS Connect Online Premium with a free, 30-day trial subscription. CME credit can not be earned with a trial subscription.
Free