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The BID model for teaching in surgery combines the best of several existing approaches to teaching in medicine, and provides a model that practicing surgeons can easily adopt in their daily practice . The BID model adopts the precepts of deliberate practice by focusing both teacher and learner on one objective,which guides intraoperative teaching. Intraoperative teaching consists of immediate feedback and guidance directed by specific learning objectives and the teacher’s already existing teaching scripts.


Learn more: https://www.journalacs.org/article/S1072-7515(08)01538-X/abstract

The AAS Fall Courses provide pearls of wisdom and a discussion of the advances in research methods, academic career advancement, grant writing, as well as incorporate interactive sessions where participants can discuss their ideas with academic surgical leaders and network with colleagues.


AAS Fall Courses:

  • Early Career Development Course

  • Fundamentals of Surgical Research Course

Learn more: https://www.aasurg.org/aas-fall-courses/