The ACAPS leadership wishes to welcome all ACAPS members as we start the new academic year. ACAPS is the leading organization responsible for training and educating plastic surgeons to best serve their patients. Even though our acronym stands for "The American Council of Academic Plastic Surgeons," I would suggest that the organization has grown well beyond academic plastic surgeons. Our membership now includes medical students, residents, and international members. Clearly "Academic Plastic Surgeons" are no longer the sole focus of ACAPS. Read More
|Virtual Residency Interviews Mandate
All plastic surgery residency programs must conduct virtual interviews in the 2022-2023 resident selection cycle. This is a requirement of the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), and in-person residency interviews are prohibited for the upcoming residency application cycle. Please contact ACAPS leadership if you have any questions about the virtual interview mandate.
|Fall Meeting - ACAPS @ PSTM | Boston, MA
October 28-30, 2022
Join ACAPS at PSTM this October! We will be hosting several sessions throughout the meeting. Registration is required for all ACAPS sessions being offered. Register online today!
|10th Annual Winter Meeting
|Apply for ACAPS Winter Meeting Travel Scholarship
Apply for the 2023 Winter Meeting Resident and Medical Student Travel Scholarship
|Plastic Surgery Fellowship and Training Opportunities Directory
ASPS has developed a free listing service to simplify the listing and search for all types of fellowship and training opportunities within the specialty. The goal of this initiative is to provide plastic surgeons and plastic-surgeons-in-training with a searchable database of plastic surgery fellowships, observerships and internships/externship available in the United States and throughout the world.
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|Important Dates & Webinars
Penn Flap Course
The ASPS Resident Education Curriculum offers more than 100 self-assessment modules for practicing surgeons and residents.
A Joint Initiative of The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and The American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc.
Read about the Plastic Surgery Milestone Project in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education.