Decker presents CGSO Weekly Curriculum™

Welcome to CGSO Weekly Curriculum™ (WC), the new principles and practice resource for residents and educators from Surgery.  CGSO WC is evidence-based with clinical trials, meta-analyses and best clinical practices based on the latest guidelines. CGSO is richly illustrated with algorithms, clinical photos, tables, CT scans, medical artwork and videos to enhance the learning and teaching experience. Bi-monthly updating means the work is continually reviewed

Best Delivery for Daily Use

CGSO WC is designed and developed for every-day use for trainees and educators. Our responsively designed website works beautifully on all handheld devices and smartphones, offering quick access to the readings; exam-styled tests; and logbooks by the tap of the app! 

Weekly Curriculum™ for Fellowship Programs

Weekly Curriculum™ (WC) tests trainees with clinical cases and exam-styled questions keyed to learning objectives and CGSO readings. Follow our expert's 'National Curriculum' or customize your own schedule for your academic teaching sessions. The thoughtful ‘Rotating Residents’ track is a great feature for teaching and evaluating visiting trainees. Advanced analytics with trainee and PD logbooks indicate strengths and deficiencies, along with Milestones and other GME tools. Our totally responsive website and app allow you to learn and test continuously on all devices! 

CME

Whether it's core faculty engulfed in CGSO WC for faculty development, or professors using the readings and slide sets for teaching purposes, we offer CME exercises for all faculty using the CGSO resource! 50 Cat 1 credits available each year. These case-based exercises focus on the ‘knowledge gaps’ and new evidence for each updated review. 

Teaching Slide Library™

Designed as both a reference tool and ready-to-use presentation sets, TSL features all graphics and illustrations from each reading in CGSO. The perfect tool for didactic sessions, weekly conference, and rounds! 

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