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Education

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Insights on the management of patients with Barlow’s disease with mitral valve prolapse and annular disjunction
Date
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET

This webinar aims to help early career surgeons and trainees learn objectives and strategies for negotiating a contract. The session covers a wide range of negotiation elements from preparation to health insurance considerations to signing bonuses.

Date
7 p.m. ET
Be part of the next STS Leadership Institute graduate class!
Event dates
Mar 21, 2024 – Jan 24, 2025
Location
Zoom, Chicago, and Los Angeles

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mentorship
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Member Voices

Joseph F. Sabik

Joseph F. Sabik III, MD

STS Second Vice President
It’s about making sure that patients get the right treatment, so they can have the best long-term outcomes.
Africa Wallace, MD

Africa F. Wallace, MD

DEI Workforce Member
Our roles as attendings, division chiefs, chairs, coaches, and mentors come with a larger responsibility.

Robert S.D. Higgins, MD

STS Past President
STS was the first place where I was welcomed to be part of like-minded surgeons focused on patients, who improved outcomes, and had a mission.