January 29 - February 2, 2024 INTERACTIVE LIVE VIRTUAL PROGRAM


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The program takes place in the eastern standard time (EST) zone and will begin at 10:00 am on Monday, January 29, 2024 and will end on Friday, February 2, 2024 at 5:30 pm.

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The 2024 Program agenda will be updated when finalized.

2024 Program Topics and Speakers

Speakers for the 2024 program will be updated as they are confirmed.

# Topic Speaker
1 Acute Care Surgery Dr. Nori Bradley
2 Bariatric Surgery Dr. Boris Zevin
3 Benign Breast Disease To be confirmed
4 Breast - High Risk To be confirmed
5 Breast Cancer To be confirmed
6 Colon Cancer Dr. Marylise Boutros
7 Endocrine Dr. Caitlin Yeo
8 Esophagus Dr. Richard Malthaner
9 Gallstones, Cholecystitis and CBD Injury Dr. John Shaw
10 Gastric Cancer Dr. Trevor Hamilton
11 Head & Neck Masses Dr. Alok Pathak
12 Hernias Dr. Niv Sne
13 Inflammatory Bowel Disease Dr. Shawn Forbes
14 Liver Masses To be confirmed
15 Pancreatic Masses Dr. Michael Hogan
16 Perianal Diseases and Anal Cancer Dr. Stephen Kelly
17 Rectal Cancer Dr. Lawrence Lee
18 Sarcomas Dr. Rebecca Gladdy
19 Skin Lesions - Melanoma Dr. Brittany Dingley
21 Thyroid Cancer To be confirmed
22 Tips for your exam Dr. Marcus Burnstein
23 Trauma - Abdominal Dr. David Gomez
24 Trauma - Neck/Thoracic Dr. Kelly Vogt
25 Trauma - Pancreatic/Duodenal To be confirmed
26 Upper & Lower GI Bleeds Dr. Ashlie Nadler
Live Virtual Program

The General Surgery Review Program will be held virtually from January 29 - February 2, 2024.

Login credentials and instructions will be sent to participants two weeks prior to the program taking place.

Materials and video recordings will be accessible until March 13, 2024


This event is an Accredited Self Assessment Activity (Section 3) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by Canadian Association of General Surgeons. You may claim a maximum of 27 hours. This activity was co-developed with the Canadian Association of General Surgeons.

Note: Online attendance is required to receive a certificate of attendance.

Technical requirements

Optimal viewing of the video stream requires a high-speed Internet connection of at least 2mbps. We recommend that you perform an internet connection speed test before viewing the program. This service is compatible with the latest versions of all major desktop and mobile web browsers. If you are experiencing difficulties with the chat or audio/video stream, please ensure that you have the latest version of your web browser software installed, and that you have not disabled Javascript or Cookies. If you have a firewall or VPN enabled, it's recommended to disable it to obtain full access to the platform features.


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