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
A virtual conversation with U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy, MD. Learn more and reserve your spot.
Date
6 p.m. ET
Demystify the Oral Board Exam with STS Prep
Event dates
Apr 16 – May 7, 2024
Location
Virtual
Hands-on team training in robotic mitral valve repair, coronary bypass, and more.
Event dates
May 9–10, 2024
Location
Peachtree Corners, GA

Hear about the invaluable benefits of becoming an active and involved member of STS, your career journey partner. Involvement opportunities to be discussed include joining a task force or workforce, becoming an advocate on healthcare policy, and developing new tools and resources to improve patient care.

Date
7 p.m. ET
Groundbreaking science for cardiothoracic surgeons and heart team members who want to take their coronary surgery programs from basic to advanced
Event dates
Jun 7–8, 2024
Location
Fontainebleau Miami Beach
An experiential foundation and hands-on practice in basic cardiothoracic operating skills for first-year residents.
Event dates
Aug 22–25, 2024
Location
Chicago, IL
Discussions on valuable research and important clinical findings with the goal of improving data collection and patient outcomes.
Event dates
Sep 11–13, 2024
Location
Nashville, TN

A panel of leaders in cardiothoracic surgery will explore the cost of patient safety relative to the effects on education, how public reporting of patient safety is often confusing to patients, and how expected patient safety results may lead to disproportionate investments and difficult prioritization decisions.

Topics will include: 

Date
Duration
1 hr. 2 min.
Discussions on valuable research and important clinical findings with the goal of improving data collection and patient outcomes.
Event dates
Sep 26–29, 2023
Location
Virtual
The annual meeting of the Korean Society for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, presented jointly with STS
Event dates
Sep 15–16, 2023
Location
Seoul Dragon City, Seoul, Korea

This webinar aims to help early career surgeons navigate their way through challenging procedures that do not yield the optimum outcome for the patient, support their OR team during these difficult experiences, and process the death of a patient.

This is the first event in a quarterly webinar series for early career surgeons. 


Moderators

Reilly D. Hobbs, MD, MBS
University of Utah/Primary Children's Medical Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Brian A. Mitzman, MD
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Date
Duration
1 hr.
An experiential foundation and hands-on practice in basic cardiothoracic operating skills for first-year residents.
Event dates
Aug 24–27, 2023
Location
Marriott Chicago O’Hare Hotel

In this episode of the STS Webinar Series, expert panelists present a global update on a potential new alternative approach to the surgical management of aortic valve disease: robotic aortic valve replacement (RAVR). Discussions will also focus on how aortic valve disease is managed with transcatheter or surgical aortic valve replacement.

Date
1 hr. 14 min.