The Plastic Surgery Education Network (PSEN) is the online learning center developed by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). PSEN delivers a vast collection of multimedia-centric learning activities in a self-paced environment for surgeons at all levels -- from residency to retirement.  For Residents in training, the PSEN offers a Resident's area where there are more than 85 learning modules among eight broad curriculum sections to help you prepare for your board examination.   For surgeons in practice, the PSEN is a place where you can earn Online CME via PRS and PSEN Surgery Spotlight courses. Surgeons can also study for their MOC or Board exams with Self-Assessment Study Guides or review Case Reports, Lectures from Annual Meetings and Symposia, Literature Reviews and Procedural Videos, including PSEN’s monthly HD video series, Surgery Spotlight.

ASPS member surgeons receive PSEN as a benefit of membership, while non-members can subscribe to the site to gain full access. In the "New from PSEN” list at the right, you can see information on the most recent Surgery Spotlight videos as well as other featured content PSEN has produced. New programs launch every month.

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08/25/2015
  The latest Patient Safety Discussion on PSEN sparks conversation on the topic of Venous Thromboembolism prevention and screening. ASPS Patient Safety Com...
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08/03/2015
“The Plastic Surgery Education Network is already the largest online Plastic Surgery education tool, and we are striving to continue to add value to your ...
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07/17/2015
In this month’s Surgery Spotlight, Jeffrey Kozlow, MD, demonstrates both sentinel lymph node biopsy and the primary resection with skin graft reconstructi...
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06/16/2015
More than 30 hours of expert talks from Aesthetica are now available through PSEN. Topics cover complications and dueling perspectives in Breast, Body and Face....
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06/08/2015
In this month’s Surgery Spotlight, Joseph Dayan, MD performs a Diagonal Upper Gracilis (DUG) Flap dissection on a young woman for delayed breast reconstru...

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