In this issue, read about the Society's redesigned website, the exciting presentations in store at the STS 54th Annual Meeting, why diversity is essential in the cardiothoracic surgery workforce, and more.
STS members now have a more intuitive, modern website for accessing Society resources and maximizing their membership benefits. A redesigned website debuted in September.
If you want to stay at the forefront of what’s new in cardiothoracic surgery, mark your calendar now for the STS 54th Annual Meeting.
Recognizing the growing diversity of the population and the patients that we serve, STS recently created a Special Ad Hoc Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion.
While teaming up with cardiologists was criticized in the past, it is seen as the critical foundation for success today.
Over the past 29 years, the TSF mission has remained the same: fostering the development of surgeon-scientists in cardiothoracic surgery and increasing knowledge and innovation for the benefit of patients; however, the scope of the Foundation’s work has expanded tremendously.
Find the latest updates on STS member job changes, promotions, and awards.
Read about the 2017 STS/ACS Health Policy Scholarship recipient, the Society's new International Director, a program for communicating with STS members and meeting registrants, and more.
A series of hurricanes, an earthquake, and an airline pilot strike didn’t stop more than 230 people representing 23 countries from attending the STS/EACTS Latin America Cardiovascular Surgery Conference in Cartagena, Colombia, September 21-22.
A major program that will increase access to lung cancer screening for veterans is moving forward, thanks in part to advocacy efforts by STS surgeon leaders, staff, and Public Director Chris Draft (pictured at left).