Video Mentorship Series The ASCRS video mentorship series aims to build a community of learners who regularly engage in intraoperative video-based coaching sessions using a learner-contributory moderated format with the goal of sharing operative techniques and improving procedural confidence. 2022 Curriculum and Schedule Series Registration and Access Call for Videos – Submit your video! 2022 Curriculum and Schedule A curriculum has been established that focuses on one step of one procedure (for example splenic flexure takedown). The steps identified in the curriculum will each be the topic of a webinar in the series. During the webinar, videos will be presented anonymously while moderators provide commentary and respond to questions submitted by attendees in real time. Upcoming Sessions: Topic: Left and right sided anastomotic techniques (including intracorporeal, double purse string, natural orifice extraction) - Submit a Video Date & Time: September 30, 2022 at 6:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) Host: Matthew Albert, MD, FACS, FASCRS, Moderators: Jeffrey S. Barton, MD, FASCRS, Stephen Brandstetter, MD, FACS, FASCRS, Michelle Cowan, MD, FACS, FASCRS Topic: Rectal mucosal flaps Date & Time: November 18, 2022 at 6:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) Host: Michael F. McGee, MD, FASCRS, Moderators: Monika A. Krezalek, MD, Emily Steinhagen, MD, FASCRS 2022 Session Recordings Available on ASCRS U: Topic: Encircling and ligation of an intersphincteric fistula tract Recorded: January 21, 2022 *Recording posted to Video Mentorship Series channel on ASCRS U Host: Brian L. Bello, MD, FASCRS, Moderators: Jan P. Kaminski, MD, MBA, FASCRS, Kunal Kochar, MD, FASCRS Topic: High ligation of the middle colic Recorded: March 25, 2022 *Recording posted to Video Mentorship Series channel on ASCRS U Host: Mark H. Whiteford, MD, FASCRS, Moderators: Meagan Costedio, MD, FASCRS, Jim Khan, MD, PhD, FRCS, FASCRS Topic: Strictureplasty Recorded: May 20, 2022 *Recording posted to Video Mentorship Series channel on ASCRS U Host: Lisa M. Cannon, MD, FASCRS, Moderators: Alessandro Fichera, MD, FASCRS, Sridevi Maddineni, MD, FASCRS Topic: Fixation of mesh to the pelvic floor during ventral mesh rectopexy Date & Time: July 29, 2022 *Recording posted to Video Mentorship Series channel on ASCRS U Host: Todd D. Francone, MD, FASCRS, Moderators: Brooke Gurland, MD, FASCRS, Sang W. Lee, MD, FASCRS, Rami R. Makhoul, MD, FASCRS Series Registration IMPORTANT: This is a one-time registration for enrollment in the full 2022 series. You do not need to register more than once. The ASCRS video mentorship series is an annual series of intraoperative video-based coaching sessions, presented in the webinar format. Registration for the 2022 Video Mentorship Series includes access to all live webinars and recordings posted in ASCRS U. Registration is free to ASCRS members and a $50 flat-fee for non-members. Register Now Access Information - *Must be registered for the series and logged into www.fascrs.org before clicking links below. Registrants can access live webinars and links to recordings in the “2022 Video Mentorship Series” tab of their ASCRS Profile. Log into www.fascrs.org and click Profile under the My ASCRS tab to access this information. Access 2022 Series Call for Videos – Submit your video! Submit your video files for review and possible presentation during the series. All video files will undergo a single-blind review process and if selected they will be presented anonymously during the webinar. Video submissions are now being accepted for the following topics in the 2022 Video Mentorship Series: Left and right sided anastomotic techniques (including intracorporeal, double purse string, natural orifice extraction) Rectal mucosal flaps Video files must be 2 – 7 minutes in length of continuous uncut footage, showing only one step of a procedure as identified in the curriculum. Videos should NOT be ‘slick’ examples. We are looking for videos that show a problem to solve or technique to improve on. Authors can include a short note regarding why they submitted their video (for example “I got stuck at this point.“ or “How do I get set up better for this move?”) on the video submission form. The Call for Videos is open. Please review these guidelines prior to submitting your video. Submit a Video Questions For questions or more information, please contact Steffanye Hawbaker Mack at [email protected].