2012 author index

A

AMURAWAIYE, EMMANUEL, and EIN, ARLENE, and EIN, SIGMUND H., Recycling the retired surgeon: Surgical assisting—A Canadian’s perspective, 97, 4:27
ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., and SUTTON, JON H., ACS adds input on policy at AMA House of Delegates meeting, 97, 10:68
–and SUTTON, JON H., Advocacy for surgeons at the AMA House of Delegates, 97, 3:35

B

BAILEY, PATRICK V., A crisis in the ED: Liability protection needed STAT, 97, 3:19
–Why the 2012 elections matter to you—the surgeon, 97, 10:26
BARNEY, LINDA, and SAVARISE, MARK, and JACKSON, JENNY, CPT 2012 brings with it new codes and code changes, 97, 1:26
–Socioeconomic tips: Coding for skin replacement surgery in 2012, 97, 2:41
BAUER, THOMAS, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Alliance leads thoracic surgery trials for lung cancer in 2012, 97, 4:41
BAZZARELLI, AMY, and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET A., and LYONS, MEGAN V., and BERDAN, ELIZABETH Women leaders in surgery: Past, present, and future, 97, 8:24
BEDROSIAN, ISABELLE, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: The paradox of breast MRI: Does finding occult disease make a difference?, 97,10:57
BERDAN, ELIZABETH, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET A., and LYONS, MEGAN V., Women leaders in surgery: Past, present, and future, 97, 8:24
BERTAGNOLLI, MONICA M., New Alliance formed to address clinical trials in oncology, 97, 2:45
BIEBL, MATTHIAS, and PRATSCHKE, JOHANN, Invited commentary: Sanctity and organ donation’s societal value in an opt-out country: The Austrian experience, 97, 1:24
BILIMORIA, KARL, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., Clinical Scholars in Residence Program: A beneficial experience for surgical residents and the ACS, 97, 2:51
BLAGG, ROSS, RAS Issues Symposium: Surgery at the end of life: For love or money? Reining in the scalpel, 97, 11:22
BLUMENCRANZ, PETER W., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: The clinically negative axilla: The dilemma of occult metastases in sentinel nodes, 97, 7:64
BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ROSENKRANZ, KARI, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Multiple ipsilateral breast cancers: Can the breast be preserved?, 97, 12:43
BOWYER, MARK W., and LUCHETTE, FRED A., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and RISUCCI, DONALD A., ASSET: An effective educational experience for practicing surgeons, 97, 7:31
BROWN MATSEN, CINDY, RAS Issues Symposium: Surgery at the end of life: For love or money? An argument against heroic intervention, 97, 11:20

C

CASEY, KATHLEEN M., and KODERA, AKIYO, Fellows honored for volunteerism, 97, 9:74
–and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M. A., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and NITZSCHKE, STEPHANIE, Enhancing American surgical training: Meeting the challenge of a globalizing world, 97, 7:20
CHANDLER, JAMES G., and MARVIN, MICHAEL R., and PRAGER, KENNETH M., and WOHLAUER, MAX V., Sanctity and organ donation’s societal value, 97, 1:12
CHARLES, ANTHONY, and KHOURY, AMAL, and MENDOZA, APRIL, Cultural competence: Why surgeons should care, 97, 3:13
CHEN, STEVEN, and MAYER, JOHN E. Jr., and MEARA, JOHN, and SHARMA, KETAN, and METZLER, IAN, Public reporting of health care data: A new frontier in quality improvement,97, 6:6
CHOU, MARK, Chapter news, 97, 12:56
CIOFFI, WILLIAM G., Governors’ Committee to Study the Fiscal Affairs of the College, 97, 7:29
CIROCCO, WILLIAM C., Confronting the ethics, myths, and legends of restrictive covenants in the era of the contract surgeon, 97, 2:29
CURCI, MICHAEL, Task shifting overcomes the limitations of volunteerism in developing nations, 97, 10:9

D

DAGI, T. FORCHT, and HALVERSON, AMY L., and NEUMAYER, LEIGH, Leadership skills in the OR: Part II: Recognizing disruptive behavior, 97, 6:17
DEMMY, TODD, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Malignant pleural effusion research provides insights to improve surgical study design, 97, 11:52
DESMARAIS, HENRY R., What surgeons should know about…The Medicare Shared Savings Program, 97, 3:7
DETMER, DON, and SELZER, DON, and MEARA, JOHN G., and FRIEDMAN, JAMES, and METZLER, IAN, Health information technology, meaningful use criteria, and their effects on surgeons, 97, 7:12

E

EARLY, KATE, In memoriam: Marion Rapp, former ACS International Liaison, remembered, 97, 2:55
ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS E., and GRABO, DANIEL J., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, Surgical leadership across generations, 97, 8:30
EIN, ARLENE, and EIN, SIGMUND H., and AMURAWAIYE, EMMANUEL, Recycling the retired surgeon: Surgical assisting—A Canadian’s perspective, 97, 4:27
EIN, SIGMUND H., and AMURAWAIYE, EMMANUEL, and EIN, ARLENE, Recycling the retired surgeon: Surgical assisting—A Canadian’s perspective, 97, 4:27
EMAMAULLEE, JULIET A., and LYONS, MEGAN V., and BERDAN, ELIZABETH, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, Women leaders in surgery: Past, present, and future, 97, 8:24

F

FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Assaulted, 97, 10:61
–NTDB® data points: Call a cab, 97, 5:55
–NTDB® data points: Gunned down, 97, 11:56
–NTDB data points: No humour, 97, 12:47
–NTDB® data points: Smarter than the average bear, 97, 4:47
–NTDB® data points: Surf’s up, 97, 8:74
–NTDB® data points: Twister, 97, 6:56
–NTDB® data points: Use your head, 97, 7:67
–NTDB® data points: Wipeout, 97, 9:70
–and FANTUS, RICHARD J. Jr., and FANTUS, ROBERT J., NTDB® data points: Seventy-five years of banking, 97, 3:50
–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2011: Eightfold over eight years, 97, 1: 63
–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: Annual Pediatric Report 2011: Fatal at any age, 97, 2:66
FANTUS, RICHARD J. Jr., and FANTUS, ROBERT J., FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Seventy-five years of banking, 97, 3:50
FANTUS, ROBERT J., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., and FANTUS, RICHARD J. Jr., NTDB® data points: Seventy-five years of banking, 97, 3:50
FILDES, JOHN, Citation for Enrique T. Ona, MD, FACS, FPCS, 97, 11:65
FLYNN, TIMOTHY C., Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, October 2011, 97, 2:58
FOX, JUSTIN P., and SEYFER, ALAN E., Setting the record straight: The real history of Poland’s syndrome, 97, 3:27
FRAHER, ERIN, and PILLSBURY III, HAROLD, and WEISSLER, MARK C., and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and GAUL, KATIE, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, HPRI data tracks: Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S., 97, 3:30
FRAHER, ERIN, and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, and THOMPSON, KRISTIE, HPRI data tracks: Urology workforce trends, 97, 1:46
FRIEDMAN, JAMES, and METZLER, IAN, and DETMER, DON, and SELZER, DON, and MEARA, JOHN G., Health information technology, meaningful use criteria, and their effects on surgeons, 97, 7:12

G

GANJAWALLA, KARAN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and METZLER, IAN, The critical state of graduate medical education funding, 97, 11:9
GARRY, JOHN, and MAA, JOHN, Progress report: Northern California Chapter’s legislative activities, 97, 11:28
GAUL, KATIE, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, and FRAHER, ERIN, and PILLSBURY III, HAROLD, and WEISSLER, MARK C., and RICKETTS, THOMAS, HPRI data tracks: Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S., 97, 3:30
GLASS, NINA E., and HAMED, OSAMA, and ZHENG, FEIBI, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., Advanced degrees for surgeons and their impact on leadership, 97, 8:19
GLICKSON, JEANNIE, ACS Futures Committee takes a good, hard look at the year 2025, 97, 9:9
–Gynecologic oncology surgeons spare patients’ fertility, enhance quality of life, 97, 2:12
–Surgeons experience more ergonomic stress in the OR, 97, 4:20
GOKAK, SANA, What surgeons should know about…Choosing not to participate in the CMS incentive programs, 97, 12:40
–What surgeons should know about…The Medicare EHR Incentive Program, 97, 10:46
–What surgeons should know about…Participating in the Medicare eRx Incentive Program, 97, 5:6
–What surgeons should know about…Participating in the Medicare eRx Incentive Program, 97, 8:6
–What surgeons should know about…PQRS reporting in 2012, 97, 2:6
GOLDBERG, ROSS F., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M.A., and SMITH, JILLIAN, and WINFIELD, ROBERT, Surgical leadership and political advocacy, 97, 8:14
GRABO, DANIEL J., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS E., Surgical leadership across generations, 97, 8:30
GRILL, CHARLOTTE, Advocacy advisor: 2011 lobby day wrap-up: Ohio, Massachusetts, and Alabama, 97, 1:50
–State of the states: Defining surgery, 97, 5:27
–and MACIAS, ALEXIS, Enhancing surgical advocacy at the state level: The Day at the State Capitol grant program in action, 97, 11:24
–and MACIAS, ALEXIS, and SUTTON, JON, Expectations for state legislatures in 2012, 97, 2:36
GROBMYER, STEPHEN R., 2012 Japan Traveling Fellow reports on trip, 97, 10:78
GUILLAMONDEGUI, OSCAR, and MACIAS, ALEXIS, From surgeon to grassroots advocate: Chapter leaders engage in advocacy development, 97, 8:58

H

HALVERSON, AMY L., and NEUMAYER, LEIGH, and DAGI, T. FORCHT, Leadership skills in the OR: Part II: Recognizing disruptive behavior, 97, 6:17
–and SAUNDERS WALSH, DANIELLE, and RIKKERS, LAYTON, Leadership skills in the OR: Part I: Communication helps surgeons avoid pitfalls, 97, 5:8
HALVORSON, DANA, ACS takes a stand on policies impacting the surgical workforce, 97, 10:22
HAMED, OSAMA, and ZHENG, FEIBI, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and GLASS, NINA E., Advanced degrees for surgeons and their impact on leadership, 97, 8:19
HANKS, JOHN, In memoriam: William H. Muller, Jr., ACS Past-President, surgical leader, innovator, researcher, 97, 7:53
HARRIS, CATHARINE, and MABRY, CHARLES D., ACS Health Policy Advisory Council aims to empower Fellows as advocates, 97, 2:48
HARTIN, CHARLES W., JR., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., Physician leadership and the future of surgical practice, 97, 5:15
HEDSTROM, JOHN, The 112th Congress: The year in review, 97, 12:11
HEDSTROM, JOHN E., and MOYE, CHANTAY P., Sustainable growth rate repeal: The bandages are running out, 97, 5:20
HOYT, DAVID B., 2012 Executive Director’s annual report, 97, 12:22
–Looking forward, 97, 1:4 (medical liability); 2:4 (Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Surgery Course); 3:4 (Joining Forces); 4:4 (performance improvement project); 5:4 (ACS Centennial); 6:4 (A Century of Surgery); 7:4 (improvements in education); 8:4 (Medicare payment); 9:7 (Centennial activities at Clinical Congress); 10:6 (hospital standards); 11:7 (John Pryor, MD, FACS); 12:5 (Inspiring Quality tour)
HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER D., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and ROGERS, SELWYN O., and STEER, MICHAEL L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., Training global surgery fellows, 97, 8:46
HUNT, KELLY, and KOHMAN, LESLIE, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Announcing the Surgical Standards Manual Project: A call for volunteers, 97, 9:67
HWANG, E. SHELLEY, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Reframing treatment for ductal carcinoma in situ: Could less be more?, 97, 6:50

I

IBANGA, IKO, and KIM, GRACE J., and WEDDERBURN, RAYMOND V., Short-term surgical missions make a difference: A life-changing case in Ibi, Nigeria, 97, 11:31

J

JACKSON, JENNY, and BARNEY, LINDA, and SAVARISE, MARK, CPT 2012 brings with it new codes and code changes, 97, 1:26
–and BARNEY, LINDA, and SAVARISE MARK, Socioeconomic tips: Coding for skin replacement surgery in 2012, 97, 2:41

K

KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M. A., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and NITZSCHKE, STEPHANIE, and CASEY, KATHLEEN, and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., Enhancing American surgical training: Meeting the challenge of a globalizing world, 97, 7:20
KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M.A., and SMITH, JILLIAN, and WINFIELD, ROBERT, and GOLDBERG, ROSS F., Surgical leadership and political advocacy, 97, 8:14
KANDIL, EMAD, ACS Germany Traveling Fellow reports on his life- and career-changing experience, 97, 10:81
KAUPS, KRISTA L., ACS Board of Governors’ committee updates: Governors’ Committee on Physician Competency and Health, 97, 9:63
–and MEARA, JOHN G., and METZLER, IAN, and GANJAWALLA, KARAN, The critical state of graduate medical education funding, 97, 11:9
KHOURY, AMAL, and MENDOZA, APRIL, and CHARLES, ANTHONY, Cultural competence: Why surgeons should care, 97, 3:13
KIM, GRACE J., and WEDDERBURN, RAYMOND V., and IBANGA, IKO, Short-term surgical missions make a difference: A life-changing case in Ibi, Nigeria, 97, 11:31
KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL, Clinical Scholars in Residence Program: A beneficial experience for surgical residents and the ACS, 97, 2:51
KODERA, AKIYO, and CASEY, KATHLEEN M., Fellows honored for volunteerism, 97, 9:74
KOHMAN, LESLIE, and NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Announcing the Surgical Standards Manual Project: A call for volunteers, 97, 9:67
KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and RISUCCI, DONALD A., and BOWYER, MARK W., and LUCHETTE, FRED A., ASSET: An effective educational experience for practicing surgeons, 97, 7:31

L

LALLY, KEVIN P., ACS Board of Governors committee updates: Governors’ Committee on Chapter Relations, 97, 7:27
LATIFI, RIFAT, Using telemedicine to strengthen medical systems in limited-resource countries, 97, 10:15
LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and HARTIN, CHARLES W., Jr., Physician leadership and the future of surgical practice, 97, 5:15
LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and SANTIN, BRIAN J., and LIEPERT, AMY E., Surgery at the end of life: For love or money?, 97, 8:36
LIEPERT, AMY E., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and SANTIN, BRIAN J., Surgery at the end of life: For love or money?, 97, 8:36
LILLY, STEPHANIE ALLEN, Oweida Scholar expresses gratitude for valuable Clinical Congress experience, 97, 12,66
LUCHETTE, FRED A., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and RISUCCI, DONALD A., and BOWYER, MARK W., ASSET: An effective educational experience for practicing surgeons, 97, 7:31
LYONS, MEGAN V., and BERDAN, ELIZABETH, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET A., Women leaders in surgery: Past, present, and future, 97, 8:24

M

MAA, JOHN, and GARRY, JOHN, Progress report: Northern California Chapter’s legislative activities, 97, 11:28
MABRY, CHARLES D., and HARRIS, CATHARINE, ACS Health Policy Advisory Council aims to empower Fellows as advocates, 97, 2:48
MACIAS, ALEXIS, State STATs: When states practice medicine: Physician gag laws, 97, 2:39
–and GRILL, CHARLOTTE, Enhancing surgical advocacy at the state level: The Day at the State Capitol grant program in action, 97, 11:24
–and GUILLAMONDEGUI, OSCAR, From surgeon to grassroots advocate: Chapter leaders engage in advocacy development, 97, 8:58
–and SUTTON, JON, and GRILL, CHARLOTTE, Expectations for state legislatures in 2012, 97, 2:36
MARVIN, MICHAEL R., and PRAGER, KENNETH M., and WOHLAUER, MAX V., and CHANDLER, JAMES G., Sanctity and organ donation’s societal value, 97, 1:12
MATTOX, KENNETH, Alright, Let’s Call It a Draw: The Life of John Pryor, by John and Richard Pryor, 97, 11:8
MAYER, JOHN E. Jr., and MEARA, JOHN, and SHARMA, KETAN, and METZLER, IAN, and CHEN, STEVEN, Public reporting of health care data: A new frontier in quality improvement, 97, 6:6
McGINNIS, LaMAR S. Jr., Common origins: The two ACSs—100 years of collaboration to improve the lives of cancer patients, 97, 4:6
McGREEVY, JAMES M., Maximizing postgraduate surgical education in the future, 97, 2:19
McMURRAY HURTIG, ROBYN, Team approach minimizes risks in separating conjoined twins: An interview with Gary Hartman, MD, FACS, 97, 6:24
MEARA, JOHN G., and FRIEDMAN, JAMES, and METZLER, IAN, and DETMER, DON, and SELZER, DON, Health information technology, meaningful use criteria, and their effects on surgeons, 97, 7:12
MEARA, JOHN G., and METZLER, IAN S., Medical liability reform: Evidence for legislative and alternative approaches, 97, 1:6
MEARA, JOHN G., and METZLER, IAN, and GANJAWALLA, KARAN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., The critical state of graduate medical education funding, 97, 11:9
MEARA, JOHN, and SHARMA, KETAN, and METZLER, IAN, and CHEN, STEVEN, and MAYER, JOHN E. JR., Public reporting of health care data: A new frontier in quality improvement, 97, 6:6
MEARA, JOHN G., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER D., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and ROGERS, SELWYN O., and STEER, MICHAEL L., Training global surgery fellows, 97, 8:46
MENDOZA, APRIL, and CHARLES, ANTHONY, and KHOURY, AMAL, Cultural competence: Why surgeons should care, 97, 3:13
MENG, MAXWELL V., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: What’s new in renal cell carcinoma, 97, 8:65
METZLER, IAN S., and CHEN, STEVEN, and MAYER, JOHN E. Jr., and MEARA, JOHN, and SHARMA, KETAN, Public reporting of health care data: A new frontier in quality improvement, 97, 6:6
METZLER, IAN, and DETMER, DON, and SELZER, DON, and MEARA, JOHN G., and FRIEDMAN, JAMES, Health information technology, meaningful use criteria, and their effects on surgeons, 97, 7:12
METZLER, IAN, and GANJAWALLA, KARAN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MEARA, JOHN G., The critical state of graduate medical education funding, 97, 11:9
METZLER, IAN S., and MEARA, JOHN G., Medical liability reform: Evidence for legislative and alternative approaches, 97, 1:6
MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and GLASS, NINA E., and HAMED, OSAMA, and ZHENG, FEIBI, Advanced degrees for surgeons and their impact on leadership, 97, 8:19
MOYE, CHANTAY, Advocacy in action: ACS hosts first annual Advocacy Summit, 97, 6:32
–New leadership at the helm of ACSPA-SurgeonsPAC, 97, 8:53
–and HEDSTROM, JOHN E., Sustainable growth rate repeal: The bandages are running out, 97, 5:20

N

NANCE, MICHAEL L., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2011: Eightfold over eight years, 97, 1:63
–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Annual Pediatric Report 2011: Fatal at any age, 97, 2:66
NAPOLITANO, LENA M., Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, February 2012, 97, 5:38
–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities: June 2012, 97, 9:83
NELSON, HEIDI, Introducing the ACS Clinical Research Program of the Alliance, 97, 3:40
–and BAUER, THOMAS, ACS Clinical Research Program: Alliance leads thoracic surgery trials for lung cancer in 2012, 97, 4:41
–and BLUMENCRANZ, PETER W., ACS Clinical Research Program: The clinically negative axilla: The dilemma of occult metastases in sentinel nodes, 97, 7:64
–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ROSENKRANZ, KARI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Multiple ipsilateral breast cancers: Can the breast be preserved?, 97, 12:43
–and DEMMY, TODD, ACS Clinical Research Program: Malignant pleural effusion research provides insights to improve surgical study design, 97, 11:52
–and HUNT, KELLY, and KOHMAN, LESLIE, ACS Clinical Research Program: Announcing the Surgical Standards Manual Project: A call for volunteers, 97, 9:67
–and HWANG, E. SHELLEY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Reframing treatment for ductal carcinoma in situ: Could less be more?, 97, 6:50
–and MENG, MAXWELL V., ACS Clinical Research Program: What’s new in renal cell carcinoma, 97, 8:65
–and YOU, YI-QIAN NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: A paradigm shift in rectal cancer treatment: The PROSPECT trial, 97, 5:35
NEUMAYER, LEIGH, and DAGI, T. FORCHT, and HALVERSON, AMY L., Leadership skills in the OR: Part II: Recognizing disruptive behavior, 97, 6:17
NEUWAHL, SIMON, and FRAHER, ERIN, and PILLSBURY III, HAROLD, and WEISSLER, MARK C., and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and GAUL, KATIE, HPRI data tracks: Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S., 97, 3:30
NEUWAHL, SIMON, and THOMPSON, KRISTIE, and FRAHER, ERIN, and RICKETTS, THOMAS, HPRI data tracks: Urology workforce trends, 97, 1:46
NITZSCHKE, STEPHANIE, and CASEY, KATHLEEN, and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M. A., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, Enhancing American surgical training: Meeting the challenge of a globalizing world, 97, 7:20

O

OLLAPALLY, VINITA, What surgeons should know about…Medicare and Medicaid audits, 97, 11:49
–What surgeons should know about…Modifications to ordering and certifying rules for physicians, 97, 9:60

P

PEEBLES, RHONDA, Chapter news, 97, 2:68, 6:58, 8:77
PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., Citation for Prof. Emeritus Hector Orozco, MD, FACS, 97, 11:66
PEREGRIN, TONY, Cancer care closer to home: Dr. McKellar ensures rural patients get quality care, 97, 4:16
–A heart-to-heart with cardiothoracic surgeon and TV host Dr. Oz, 97, 5:23
–Leadership conference focuses on outcomes data and quality improvement, 97, 6:28
–The near-death of a president, and the birth of a career: An interview with Dr. Napolitano, 97, 9:44
PILLSBURY III, HAROLD, and WEISSLER, MARK C., and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and GAUL, KATIE, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, and FRAHER, ERIN, HPRI data tracks: Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S., 97, 3:30
PODRATZ, KARL C., Citation for Prof. Ignace Vergote, MD, PhD, 97, 11:69
PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS E., and GRABO, DANIEL J., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., Surgical leadership across generations, 97, 8:30
PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and NITZSCHKE, STEPHANIE, and CASEY, KATHLEEN, and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M. A., Enhancing American surgical training: Meeting the challenge of a globalizing world, 97, 7:20
PRAGER, KENNETH M., and WOHLAUER, MAX V., and CHANDLER, JAMES G., and MARVIN, MICHAEL R., Sanctity and organ donation’s societal value, 97, 1:12
PRATSCHKE, JOHANN, and BIEBL, MATTHIAS, Invited commentary: Sanctity and organ donation’s societal value in an opt-out country: The Austrian experience, 97, 1:24

R

RASICH, PAULA, From battlefield to bedside—and back again, 97, 8:41
RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and ROGERS, SELWYN O., STEER, MICHAEL L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER D., Training global surgery fellows, 97, 8:46
RICKETTS, THOMAS, and GAUL, KATIE, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, and FRAHER, ERIN, and PILLSBURY III, HAROLD, and WEISSLER, MARK C., HPRI data tracks: Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S., 97, 3:30
RICKETTS, THOMAS, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, and THOMPSON, KRISTIE, and FRAHER, ERIN, HPRI data tracks: Urology workforce trends, 97, 1:46
RIKKERS, LAYTON, and HALVERSON, AMY L., and SAUNDERS WALSH, DANIELLE, Leadership skills in the OR: Part I: Communication helps surgeons avoid pitfalls, 97, 5:8
RISUCCI, DONALD A., and BOWYER, MARK W., and LUCHETTE, FRED A., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., ASSET: An effective educational experience for practicing surgeons, 97, 7:31
ROGERS, SELWYN O., STEER, MICHAEL L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER D., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, Training global surgery fellows, 97, 8:46
ROSENBERG, LAWRENCE, and SCHLICH, THOMAS, Twenty-first century surgery: Have we entered uncharted waters?, 97, 7:6
ROSENKRANZ, KARI, and NELSON, NELSON, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Multiple ipsilateral breast cancers: Can the breast be preserved?, 97, 12:43

S

SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M. A., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and NITZSCHKE, STEPHANIE, and CASEY, KATHLEEN, Enhancing American surgical training: Meeting the challenge of a globalizing world, 97, 7:20
SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and PRABHAKARAN, SANGEETHA, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS E., and GRABO, DANIEL J., Surgical leadership across generations, 97, 8:30
SANTIN, BRIAN J., and LIEPERT, AMY E., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., Surgery at the end of life: For love or money?, 97, 8:36
SANTRY, HEENA P., From the Chair of the RAS-ACS: Leadership skills continue to serve past RAS-ACS Chairs in their current roles, 97, 8:9
SARAP, MICHAEL, Dispatches from rural surgeons: The value of chapter membership: The rural surgeon’s perspective, 97, 10:54
SAUNDERS WALSH, DANIELLE, and RIKKERS, LAYTON, and HALVERSON, AMY L., Leadership skills in the OR: Part I: Communication helps surgeons avoid pitfalls, 97, 5:8
SAVARISE, MARK, and JACKSON, JENNY, and BARNEY, LINDA, CPT 2012 brings with it new codes and code changes, 97, 1:26
– and JACKSON, JENNY, and BARNEY, LINDA, Socioeconomic tips: Coding for skin replacement surgery in 2012, 97, 2:41
SCHLICH, THOMAS, and ROSENBERG, LAWRENCE, Twenty-first century surgery: Have we entered uncharted waters?, 97, 7:6
SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE S., ACS NSQIP® conference participants inspired to take QI to the next level, 97, 10:63
–Capt. Brad Cooper provides an update on Joining Forces initiative, 97, 9:56
–Joining Forces and the ACS: Dr. Holcomb dedicates career to improving trauma care for soldiers and civilians, 97, 6:14
SCHWARTZ, MARSHALL Z., Citation for Prof. Lewis Spitz, MB, BCh, PhD, FRCS, FRCS(Ed), 97, 11:68
SELZER, DON, and MEARA, JOHN G., and FRIEDMAN, JAMES, and METZLER, IAN, and DETMER, DON, Health information technology, meaningful use criteria, and their effects on surgeons, 97, 7:12
SEYFER, ALAN E., and FOX, JUSTIN P., Setting the record straight: The real history of Poland’s syndrome, 97, 3:27
SHARMA, KETAN, and METZLER, IAN, and CHEN, STEVEN, and MAYER, JOHN E. Jr., and MEARA, JOHN, Public reporting of health care data: A new frontier in quality improvement, 97, 6:6
SHELLY, JILL, The ACS and the ABCs of how quality measures are established and implemented, 97, 9:49
SMITH, JILLIAN, and WINFIELD, ROBERT, and GOLDBERG, ROSS F., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M.A., Surgical leadership and political advocacy, 97, 8:14
SMITH, LARRY N., Learning about health care in Africa: A physician’s experience in Lagos, Nigeria, 97, 2:24
STEER, MICHAEL L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER D., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and ROGERS, SELWYN O., Training global surgery fellows, 97, 8:46
SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and HUGHES, CHRISTOPHER D., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and ROGERS, SELWYN O., STEER, MICHAEL L., and MEARA, JOHN G., Training global surgery fellows, 97, 8:46
SUTTON, JON H., and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., ACS adds input on policy at AMA House of Delegates meeting, 97, 10:68
–Advocacy for surgeons at the AMA House of Delegates, 97, 3:35
–and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H.,
–and GRILL, CHARLOTTE, and MACIAS, ALEXIS, Expectations for state legislatures in 2012, 97, 2:36
–and WARSHAW, ANDREW L., Controlling state health care costs: Massachusetts forges ahead, 97, 12:17

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THOMPSON, KRISTIE, and FRAHER, ERIN, and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, HPRI data tracks: Urology workforce trends, 97, 1:46

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VICKERS, SELWYN M., ACS Board of Governors’ committee updates: Governors’ Committee on Socioeconomic Issues, 97, 10:51
VINCENT, GAY L., ACS financial update 2012, 97, 12:63

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WARSHAW, ANDREW L., Citation for Prof. Seiki Matsuno, MD, FACS, 97, 11:64
–and SUTTON, JON H., Controlling state health care costs: Massachusetts forges ahead, 97, 12:17
WEDDERBURN, RAYMOND V., and IBANGA, IKO, and KIM, GRACE J., Short-term surgical missions make a difference: A life-changing case in Ibi, Nigeria, 97, 11:31
WEISSLER, MARK C., and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and GAUL, KATIE, and NEUWAHL, SIMON, and FRAHER, ERIN, and PILLSBURY III, HAROLD, HPRI data tracks: Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S., 97, 3:30
WINFIELD, ROBERT, and GOLDBERG, ROSS F., and KAAFARANI, HAYTHAM M.A., and SMITH, JILLIAN, Surgical leadership and political advocacy, 97, 8:14
WOHLAUER, MAX V., and CHANDLER, JAMES G., and MARVIN, MICHAEL R., and PRAGER, KENNETH M., Sanctity and organ donation’s societal value, 97, 1:12

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YOU, YI-QIAN NANCY, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: A paradigm shift in rectal cancer treatment: The PROSPECT trial, 97, 5:35

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ZHENG, FEIBI, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and GLASS, NINA E., and HAMED, OSAMA, Advanced degrees for surgeons and their impact on leadership, 97, 8:19

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