Residency can be difficult. Between taking care of inpatients, seeing consults, operating, doing research, studying for exams, trying to stay healthy, and planning for fellowships, it can be difficult to balance everything. To help, the CAGS Residents’ Committee maintains a Resident Handbook that contains tips, tricks, and resources aimed specifically at general surgery residents.
Whether you’re a PGY-1 or PGY-5, you’ll find something to help you do your job faster, safer, and more efficiently.
Download the CAGS Resident Handbook: