Surgical Advisory Panel
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Description

The Surgical Advisory Panel (SAP) was formed in 1996 in
order to organize, monitor, and expedite business of the
surgical subspecialty sections. SAP serves as the entry
point for all new and old business which must receive
consideration by the Section Forum Management Com-
mittee (SFMC), Section Forum (SF), the AAP Board of
Directors, and/or the Advisory Committees. SAP is not a
decision-making body, and as such, must make recom-
mendations to SFMC, SF, or to the appropriate standing
board for approval of section business.

The following surgical subspecialties are represented:
Anesthesiology, Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery,
Dentistry, Neurological Surgery, Ophthalmology,
Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery,
Plastic Surgery, Radiology, Surgery,
and Urology. The
Chairperson of SAP acts as the Surgical representative to
SFMC.

SAP meets twice a year--in March and during the National
Conference & Exhibition (NCE)
in the fall.

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Surgical Advisory Panel Chairperson
Constance Houck, MD, FAAP


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