What is SurgeonMasters?
SurgeonMasters is a medical education company that delivers strategies and techniques overlooked or underemphasized in traditional medical training that improve practice performance, surgeon well-being and ultimately, patient outcomes.
SurgeonMasters educates, supports and empowers surgeons to practice with less frustration and greater control as you evolve a satisfying, sustainable and thriving career.
The goal is to focus on learning, understanding and implementing effective habits to create a thriving practice while still having time to travel, connect with your family, take care of your health, and pursue outside interests.
SurgeonMasters was founded by Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, a practicing Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon, surgeon coach and frequent speaker. Email Jeff to learn more about how he assists surgeons develop the critical skills required to create a thriving, lifestyle-friendly practice that is physically, mentally and emotionally sustainable.
Bring this innovative surgeon wellness program to your institution.
The 8 PRACTICEs of Highly Successful Surgeons
A methodology that drives performance improvement in everything surgeons do.
Hosted by Dr. Jeff Smith, Life improvement strategies for the surgeon who wants more ... in 10 minutes is published twice monthly and features special guests and unique educational topics with Calls to Action to create a highly successful and sustainable practice that is lifestyle-friendly with less stress and frustration. Click here to listen.
Our monthly web-conference is an opportunity for Surgeons to discuss topics centered around achieving the goals and mission of SurgeonMasters. All Surgeons are welcome to join via GoToMeeting or Phone to contribute to the conversation or listen. These are scheduled the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm PST / 9:30 pm EST. Click here to see the schedule.
Social Media Management for Surgeons: Practices for the Busy Clinician
Ergonomics: Best Practices for Longevity
Earn 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit
Perspectives on Sexual Harassment in Surgeon Culture