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This module discusses the preoperative processes for the local, regional and metastatic staging of rectal cancer. This module is eligible for 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™.

We are sad to report the passing of a long-time friend and ASCRS Fellow Dr. Leela Madhavareddy Prasad who passed away on Dec. 12 at the age of 72.

Currently, all parties – patients, payers, and providers are motivated (for different reasons) to optimize the speed and safety of patient recovery after abdominal surgery. So, in order to assist colon and rectal surgeons with this important topic, the Quality and Safety Committee has developed an Enhanced Recovery Overview document. 

The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons has designed their career center for both job seekers and employers looking to find the perfect candidate. The Career Center will provide you with the tools to find and secure the position you desire. Resume and job seeker tips are provided to increase your chances of finding the perfect position. 

Surgical practices, educational institutions, and clinics will find the ASCRS Career Center to be the best place to post their open positions. Reach out to hundreds of experienced colon and rectal surgeons and related professionals to find the best candidate. The best and brightest surgical residents are looking here to start their careers; ensure your company is recognized by highlighting your current openings on the ASCRS Career Center. 

 

 

The Clinical Practice Guidelines Committee focuses primarily on the creation of practice guidelines for various procedures to assist physicians in caring for patients with colon and rectal disease and disorders. The following clinical practice guidelines have been published in ASCRS's scientific journal, Diseases of the Colon and Rectum.