2015 author index

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AALAND, MARY O., and STICCA, ROBERT P., Dispatches from rural surgeons: The North Dakota Rural Surgery Support Program: Providing surgical services to communities in need, 100, 7:58

ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, ACS advocates on behalf of trauma patients: An update, 100, 9:9

–and ROSEN, JUSTIN, State legislatures get back to work, 100, 4:17

ACTON, ROBERT D., and JONES, DANIEL B., and LISCUM, KATHLEEN R., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., ACS and ASE develop Simulation-Based Surgical Skills Curriculum for medical students, 100, 4:35

ADEBONOJO, SAMUEL ADETOLA, Citation for Prof. Emmanuel Quaye Archampong, MB, BS, FRCSEd, FRCSEng, 100, 11:56

AGRAWAL, NEHA, Coding and practice management corner: CMS creates new place of service code for outpatient care at hospitals, 100, 12:47

–What surgeons should know about…The final rule on the Medicare Shared Savings Program, 100, 10:31

and GOKAK, SANA, and SAGE, JILL, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, 2015 Medicare fee schedule: How the changes will affect surgical practice, 100, 1:10

AGREGADO, BIANCA, and BURA, CONNIE, Your ACS benefits: The Surgeon Specific Registry and the ACS Member Profile enhance your practice, 100, 6:45

AHMAD, SYED A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving resection rates in borderline resectable pancreatic cancer: Pilot study shows favorable results, 100, 10:39

ALLARD-PICOU, AYANA, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and KESHAVA, HARI, and KUY, SREYRAM, and NEZGODA, JOSEPH, Teaching in the OR: New lessons for training surgical residents, 100, 8:29

ALTIERI, MARIA S., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., Surgeons develop visionary plan to bring corneal transplants to developing countries, 100, 5:22

ALTORKI, NASSER, and KOHMAN, LESLIE J., and VEIT, LINDA J., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Limited resection as a cure for early lung cancer: Time to challenge the gold standard? 100, 5:57

ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., and SUTTON, JON H., AMA HOD Annual Meeting sparks adoption of new policies, 100, 10:59

–and SUTTON, JON H., AMA House of Delegates takes action on spectrum of issues, 100, 2:41

ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, and BICKLER, STEPHEN, and NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, and ROSE, JOHN, and BENDIX, PETER, and FUNZAMO, CARLOS, and VAZ, FERNANDO, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

AZOURY, SAID C., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and LIEPERT, AMY E., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., Surgeons and social media: Threat to professionalism or an essential part of contemporary surgical practice? 100, 8:45

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BAILEY, PATRICK V., and MORSE, SARA, Welcome to the 114th Congress: The implications for surgery, 100, 3:10

BARBER, DOLORES, and CAREY, ADAM J., From the Archives: ACS Archives houses practice records of Franklin H. Martin, 100, 5:59

BARNEY, LINDA, and SAVARISE, MARK T., 2015 CPT coding changes will have mixed effects on payment for general surgeons, 100, 1:17

BENDIX, PETER, and FUNZAMO, CARLOS, and VAZ, FERNANDO, and ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, and BICKLER, STEPHEN, and NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, and ROSE, JOHN, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

BESNER, GAIL E., and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET E., Profiles in surgical research: Dorry L. Segev, MD, PhD, FACS, 100, 7:27

–and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET E., Profiles in surgical research: Michael R. Harrison, MD, FACS, 100, 1:35

–and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET E., Profiles in surgical research: Michael T. Longaker, MD, MBA, FACS, 100, 4:30

BICKLER, STEPHEN, and NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, and ROSE, JOHN, and BENDIX, PETER, and FUNZAMO, CARLOS, and VAZ, FERNANDO, and ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

BIDEN, JOSEPH R., Letter from the Vice-President, 100, 1S:9

BILIMORIA, KARL, and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence Program: Celebrating 10 years of training surgeons, 100, 1:70

BINDER, KAREN SISULAK, Dr. Beverley Ketel: Surgeon who brought transplant surgery to Peoria, IL, reflects on a fulfilling career, 100, 9:22

BLISS, LINDSAY A., and KUY, SREYRAM, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., Political advocacy in surgery: The case for individual engagement, 100, 8:40

and WARD, WILLIAM H., and LIEPERT, AMY E., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and AZOURY, SAID C., Surgeons and social media: Threat to professionalism or an essential part of contemporary surgical practice? 100, 8:45

BOHNEN, JORDAN D., and MULLEN, JOHN T., and CARTER, BOB S., and CHANG, DAVID C., From residency to retirement: Big data and GME: Expanding the scope of patient safety and QI training, 100, 6:40

BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ALTORKI, NASSER, and KOHMAN, LESLIE J., and VEIT, LINDA J., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Limited resection as a cure for early lung cancer: Time to challenge the gold standard? 100, 5:57

–and HUNT, KELLY K., and LEITCH, A. MARILYN, ACS Clinical Research Program: Response to preoperative endocrine therapy in breast cancer patients can alter surgical and chemotherapy options, 100, 11:43     

–and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and AHMAD, SYED A., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving resection rates in borderline resectable pancreatic cancer: Pilot study shows favorable results, 100, 10:39

–and NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY, K., and MARTIN, LINDA W., and VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

–and OXNARD, GEOFFREY R., and WATT, COLLEEN, and WIGLE, DENNIS, ACS Clinical Research Program: Biomarker-driven adjuvant targeted therapy for NSCLC—the ALCHEMIST Trials, 100, 9:25

–and ROSES, ROBERT E., and DATTA, JASHODEEP, and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Multimodality treatment considerations in esophageal and gastric cancer: Are we making progress? 100, 7:63

–and YOU, Y. NANCY, and WEISER, MARTIN R., and FICHERA, ALESSANDRO, and SCHRAG, DEBORAH, ACS Clinical Research Program: Progress in the PROSPECT trial: Precision treatment for rectal cancer? 100, 4:51

–and ZELL, JASON, and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: PACES trial: Evaluating the effectiveness of eflornithine and sulindac in preventing colon adenomas, 100, 8:70

BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and MEARA, JOHN G., and GREENBERG, SARAH L. M., and VEGA, MARTHA P., The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery makes progress in first year of work: An update, 100, 4:23

BRINSFIELD, KATHRYN H., and MITCHELL, ERNEST (ERNIE), The Department of Homeland Security’s role in enhancing and implementing the response to active shooter and intentional mass casualty events, 100, 1S:24

BROWN, DOUGLAS, and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and MEANS, JACQUELYN M., and KODNER, IRA J., Sharing clinical photographs: Patient rights, professional ethics, and institutional responsibilities, 100, 10:17

BUCHWALD, HENRY, From residency to retirement: One surgeon’s principles, 100, 5:54

BURA, CONNIE, and AGREGADO, BIANCA, Your ACS benefits: The Surgeon Specific Registry and the ACS Member Profile enhance your practice, 100, 6:45

–and KURUSZ, SARAH, Your ACS benefits: The ACS Surgery Career Connection and Coding Hotline, 100, 12:51

BURNS, KARYL, J., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. Jr., and McSWAIN, NORMAN, and CARVER, WAYNE, Bulletin reprint: Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 100, 1S:28

BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and KESHAVA, HARI, and KUY, SREYRAM, and NEZGODA, JOSEPH, and ALLARD-PICOU, AYANA, Teaching in the OR: New lessons for training surgical residents, 100, 8:29

BUTLER, FRANK K., Military history of increasing survival: The U.S. military experience with tourniquets and hemostatic dressings in the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, 100, 1S:60

and HOLCOMB, JOHN B., and RHEE, PETER, Hemorrhage control devices: Tourniquets and hemostatic dressings, 100, 1S:66

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CARDINALE, DEAN, and WHITE, THOMAS, and REDDISH, PATRICK, and SCAIFE, COURTNEY, and KATZ, MICAH, and RUSSELL, KATIE, Surgeons help with recovery after earthquake in Nepal, 100, 11:24

CAREY, ADAM, From the Archives: College’s ancient Irish deer antlers have a storied history, 100, 1:57

–Tour the cemetery where ACS leaders are buried: Visit Archives booth for information, 100, 9:54

and BARBER, DOLORES, From the Archives: ACS Archives houses practice records of Franklin H. Martin, 100, 5:59

CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, Advocacy and grassroots: Leveraging local issues at the national level, 100, 10:23

CARMONA, RICHARD H., Public health education: The use of unique strategies to educate the public in the principles of the Hartford Consensus, 100, 1S:53

CARTER, BOB S., and CHANG, DAVID C., and BOHNEN, JORDAN D., and MULLEN, JOHN T., From residency to retirement: Big data and GME: Expanding the scope of patient safety and QI training, 100, 6:40

CARVER, WAYNE, and BURNS, KARYL, J., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. Jr., and McSWAIN, NORMAN, Bulletin reprint: Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 100, 1S:28

CHANG, DAVID C., and BOHNEN, JORDAN D., and MULLEN, JOHN T., and CARTER, BOB S., From residency to retirement: Big data and GME: Expanding the scope of patient safety and QI training, 100, 6:40

CHAPLEAU, WILL, and STEWART, RONALD M., In memoriam: Dr. Norman McSwain, a pioneer in comprehensive trauma care, 100, 10:56

COFFRON, MATTHEW, What surgeons should know about…Expired and expiring ACA provisions, 100, 4:45

What’s next? The future of Medicare physician payment in the post-SGR era, 100, 7:10

and OPELKA, FRANK, Big promise and big challenges for big health care data, 100, 4:10

and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and SELZER, DON J., and MEARA, JOHN G., New resources from the College offer alternative approaches to medical liability reform, 100, 3:14

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DAKIN, GREGORY F., and VENN, RACHAEL A., and LAZOW, STEFANIE P., PreOp program: Can we achieve a “trickle-up” effect? 100, 5:18

DALAL, SAPNA, and FLINT, LEWIS, and HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, Your ACS benefits: Resources for optimal patient care: EBDS and patient education programs, 100, 8:65

DATTA, JASHODEEP, and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ROSES, ROBERT E., ACS Clinical Research Program: Multimodality treatment considerations in esophageal and gastric cancer: Are we making progress? 100, 7:63

DEAN, BARBARA L., and KLEIN, SARAH B., and SHARP, KENNETH W., The Distinguished Philanthropist Award: Celebrating a legacy of exceptional giving, 100, 6:16

DEVENEY, KAREN, and JARMAN, BENJAMIN, and STICCA, ROBERT, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Responding to the need for rural general surgery training sites: A how-to, 100, 4:47

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EARLY, KATE, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and NAGLER, ALISA, and REEDER, JIM, Your ACS benefits: ACS educational awards and MyCME, 100, 10:42

EASTMAN, ALEXANDER L., The continuing threat of active shooter and intentional mass casualty events: Local law enforcement and hemorrhage control, 100, 1S:56

ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., The 2014 RAS-ACS annual essay contest: When I want to quit and why I don’t, 100, 1:41

–and SUN, RAPHAEL C., and GARVEY, ERIN M., and HOGAN, JESSICA, Talking the talk: The keys to effective workplace communication, 100, 8:16

ELSTER, ERIC A., and SALANDER, JAMES M., and RICH, NORMAN M., Dr. John E. Hutton, Jr., physician to President Reagan, buried April 1, 100, 6:58

EMAMAULLEE, JULIET E., and BESNER, GAIL E., Profiles in surgical research: Dorry L. Segev, MD, PhD, FACS, 100, 7:27

–and BESNER, GAIL E., Profiles in surgical research: Michael R. Harrison, MD, FACS, 100, 1:35

–and BESNER, GAIL E., Profiles in surgical research: Michael T. Longaker, MD, MBA, FACS, 100, 4:30

ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELBY, LUKE V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and PETROSKY, JACOB A., Feedback fundamentals in surgical education: Tips for success, 100, 8:35

EUSEBIO, RICARDO, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Guam surgeons face unique challenges, 100, 1:53

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FABBRI, WILLIAM P., The continuing threat of intentional mass casualty events in the U.S.: Observations of federal law enforcement, 100, 1S:47

FALLAT, MARY, and NEWMAN, KURT D., Dr. Judson Graves Randolph, pediatric surgeon, leaves lasting legacy, 100, 9:52

FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Affordable trauma care? 100, 3:38

–NTDB data points: Black Wednesday, 100, 11:49

–NTDB data points: Fireworks, 100, 10:47

–NTDB data points: “Holiday road,” 100, 12:55

–NTDB data points: Kickback, 100, 9:32

–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: 2014 Pediatric Report: How severe is it? 100, 2:37

–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2014: How severe is it? 100, 1:61

–and RIVERA, EDMUNDO A., NTDB data points: All smoke, no fire, 100, 7:70

–and RIVERA, EDMUNDO A., NTDB data points: Hit the road, jacked—road rash injuries, 100, 6:49

and RIVERA, EDMUNDO A., NTDB data points: A hot mess: Clothing-related burn injuries, 100, 8:74

–and RIVERA, EDMUNDO A., NTDB data points: What’s cookin’? Who’s lookin’? 100, 5:62

–and RIVERA, EDMUNDO A., NTDB® data points: Where’s the fire? 100, 4:55

FICHERA, ALESSANDRO, and SCHRAG, DEBORAH, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and WEISER, MARTIN R., ACS Clinical Research Program: Progress in the PROSPECT trial: Precision treatment for rectal cancer? 100, 4:51

FISHER, JACK C., When silicone medical devices were under attack: A regulatory leviathan, 100, 12:14

FLINT, LEWIS, and HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, and DALAL, SAPNA, Your ACS benefits: Resources for optimal patient care: EBDS and patient education programs, 100, 8:65

FOX, MATTHEW, Dr. Timothy Miller: A career in service to military, patients, veterans, 100, 12:28

FREISCHLAG, JULIE A., Report from the Past-Chair of the Board of Regents: Fostering innovation at the ACS through strategic planning, 100, 3:18

FUNZAMO, CARLOS, and VAZ, FERNANDO, and ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, and BICKLER, STEPHEN, and NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, and ROSE, JOHN, and BENDIX, PETER, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

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GARVEY, ERIN M., and HOGAN, JESSICA, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., and SUN, RAPHAEL C., Talking the talk: The keys to effective workplace communication, 100, 8:16

GILLEY, MEG, The College weighs in on leading health care issues, 100, 11:29

GLICKSON, JEANNIE, ACS NSQIP conference: 10 years of putting the patient first, 100, 10:49

–Surgeons uncover the keys to life by performing classical music, 100, 6:27

GOKAK, SANA, Coding and practice management corner: ACS develops ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalk to assist in billing, 100, 2:31

–Surgeons can avoid PQRS and value-based modifier payment penalties, 100, 4:40

–What surgeons should know about…Quality and Resource Use Reports, 100, 7:56

–and SAGE, JILL, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and AGRAWAL, NEHA, 2015 Medicare fee schedule: How the changes will affect surgical practice, 100, 1:10

GRANT, SCOTT B., and HON, HEIDI, and IYER, PRIYA, and SMITH, CAITLIN, and SUN, SUSIE, The RAS-ACS: Recruiting medical students and training future leaders, 100, 8:23

GREENBERG, SARAH L. M., and MEARA, JOHN G., Global Surgery 2030: An introduction, 100, 6:10

and VEGA, MARTHA P., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and MEARA, JOHN G., The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery makes progress in first year of work: An update, 100, 4:23

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HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, and DALAL, SAPNA, and FLINT, LEWIS, Your ACS benefits: Resources for optimal patient care: EBDS and patient education programs, 100, 8:65

HOFFMAN, REBECCA, A chosen path, 100, 1:45

and PETROSKY, JACOB A., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELBY, LUKE V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., Feedback fundamentals in surgical education: Tips for success, 100, 8:35

HOGAN, JESSICA, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., and SUN, RAPHAEL C., and GARVEY, ERIN M., Talking the talk: The keys to effective workplace communication, 100, 8:16

HOLCOMB, JOHN B., and RHEE, PETER, and BUTLER, FRANK K., Hemorrhage control devices: Tourniquets and hemostatic dressings, 100, 1S:66

HON, HEIDI, and IYER, PRIYA, and SMITH, CAITLIN, and SUN, SUSIE, and GRANT, SCOTT B., The RAS-ACS: Recruiting medical students and training future leaders, 100, 8:23

HOYT, DAVID B., Executive Director’s annual report, 100, 12:31

–Increasing survival, enhancing citizen resilience, 100, 1S:8

–Looking forward, 100, 1:8 (ACS membership campaign) 2:6 (military partnership); 3:7 (Operation Giving Back); 4:8 (perioperative care); 5:7 (Cook County Hospital); 6:8 (cancer care manual); 7:7 (women in surgery); 8:9 (dealing with patient death); 9:7 (Clinical Congress 2015); 10:8 (value of professional organizations); 11:8 (principles of team-based care); 12:7 (year-end summary)

HUGHES, KATHRYN A., #ILookLikeASurgeon goes viral: How it happened, 100, 11:10

–A Fellow’s perspective on the summit: Why are you here? To lead, to advocate, and to connect, 100, 7:80

HUNT, KELLY K., and LEITCH, A. MARILYN, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Response to preoperative endocrine therapy in breast cancer patients can alter surgical and chemotherapy options, 100, 11:43

–and MARTIN, LINDA W., and VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

HUNTINGTON, CIARA R., Why we stay: For the patients yet to come, 100, 1:43

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IYER, PRIYA, and SMITH, CAITLIN, and SUN, SUSIE, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and HON, HEIDI, The RAS-ACS: Recruiting medical students and training future leaders, 100, 8:23

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JACOBS, LENWORTH M. Jr., Citation for Prof. Sir Errol Ricardo Walrond, MB, BS, BSc(Hon), FACS, FRSCEng, FCCS, 100, 11:61

Implementation of the Hartford Consensus initiative to increase survival from active shooter and intentional mass casualty events and to enhance the resilience of citizens, 100, 1S:83

Strategies to enhance survival in active shooter and intentional mass casualty events, 100, 1S:16

Summary, 100, 1S:88

–and JOINT COMMITTEE TO CREATE A NATIONAL POLICY TO ENHANCE SURVIVABILITY FROM INTENTIONAL MASS-CASUALTY AND ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS, Bulletin reprint: The Hartford Consensus III: Implementation of Bleeding Control, 100, 1S:40

–and JOINT COMMITTEE TO CREATE A NATIONAL POLICY TO ENHANCE SURVIVABILITY FROM INTENTIONAL MASS-CASUALTY AND ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS, The Hartford Consensus III: Implementation of Bleeding Control, 100, 7:20

–and McSWAIN, NORMAN, and CARVER, WAYNE, and BURNS, KARYL, J., Bulletin reprint: Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 100, 1S:28

JARMAN, BENJAMIN, and STICCA, ROBERT, and DEVENEY, KAREN, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Responding to the need for rural general surgery training sites: A how-to, 100, 4:47

JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., and ALTIERI, MARIA S., Surgeons develop visionary plan to bring corneal transplants to developing countries, 100, 5:22

JOHNSON, LAURA S., Anecdotes, 100, 1:46

JOINT COMMITTEE TO CREATE A NATIONAL POLICY TO ENHANCE SURVIVABILITY FROM MASS CASUALTY SHOOTING EVENTS, Bulletin reprint: Active Shooter and Intentional Mass-Casualty Events: The Hartford Consensus II, 100, 1S:35

Bulletin reprint: Improving Survival from Active Shooter Events: The Hartford Consensus, 100, 1S:32

–and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. Jr., Bulletin reprint: The Hartford Consensus III: Implementation of Bleeding Control, 100, 1S:40

–and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. Jr., The Hartford Consensus III: Implementation of Bleeding Control, 100, 7:20

JONES, DANIEL B., and LISCUM, KATHLEEN R., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and ACTON, ROBERT D., ACS and ASE develop Simulation-Based Surgical Skills Curriculum for medical students, 100, 4:35

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KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and AHMAD, SYED A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving resection rates in borderline resectable pancreatic cancer: Pilot study shows favorable results, 100, 10:39

–and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY, K., and MARTIN, LINDA W., and VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

KATZ, MICAH, and RUSSELL, KATIE, and CARDINALE, DEAN, and WHITE, THOMAS, and REDDISH, PATRICK, and SCAIFE, COURTNEY, Surgeons help with recovery after earthquake in Nepal, 100, 11:24

KAUPS, KRISTA, and SANTIN, BRIAN, The disruptive physician: Addressing the issues, 100, 2:20

KESHAVA, HARI, and KUY, SREYRAM, and NEZGODA, JOSEPH, and ALLARD-PICOU, AYANA, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., Teaching in the OR: New lessons for training surgical residents, 100, 8:29

KLEIN, SARAH B., and SASSER, WILLIAM F., The Mayne legacy: A look back at an influential charter member of the ACS, 100, 9:18

and SHARP, KENNETH W., and DEAN, BARBARA L., The Distinguished Philanthropist Award: Celebrating a legacy of exceptional giving, 100, 6:16

KNUDSON, M. MARGARET, News from the ACS Communities: ACS extends invitation to join online military community, 100, 8:85

KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL, and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence Program: Celebrating 10 years of training surgeons, 100, 1:70

KODADEK, LISA M., First-place essay—Con: The writing is on the (Facebook) wall: The threat posed by social media, 100, 11:21

KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and MEANS, JACQUELYN M., Sharing clinical photographs: Patient rights, professional ethics, and institutional responsibilities, 100, 10:17

KOHMAN, LESLIE J., and VEIT, LINDA J., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ALTORKI, NASSER, ACS Clinical Research Program: Limited resection as a cure for early lung cancer: Time to challenge the gold standard? 100, 5:57

KROUSE, ROBERT S., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Prospective comparative effectiveness trial for malignant bowel obstruction: SWOG S1316, 100, 12:49

KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and PETROSKY, JACOB A., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELBY, LUKE V., Feedback fundamentals in surgical education: Tips for success, 100, 8:35

KURUSZ, SARAH, What surgeons should know about…Medicare and Medicaid audits, 100, 11:39

–What surgeons should know about…Successfully navigating the transition to ICD-10 terminology, 100, 12:44

–and BURA, CONNIE, Your ACS benefits: The ACS Surgery Career Connection and Coding Hotline, 100, 12:51

–and PELTZMAN, MOLLY, What surgeons should know about…The benefits of attending a 2015 ACS Surgical Coding Workshop, 100, 2:29

–and RUBIN, CHAD, and MORISY, LEE, What surgeons should know about…The transition to ICD-10 before October 1 compliance deadline, 100, 6:34

KUY, SREYRAM, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., Political advocacy in surgery: The case for individual engagement, 100, 8:40

–and NEZGODA, JOSEPH, and ALLARD-PICOU, AYANA, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and KESHAVA, HARI, Teaching in the OR: New lessons for training surgical residents, 100, 8:29

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LAZOW, STEFANIE P., and DAKIN, GREGORY F., and VENN, RACHAEL A., PreOp program: Can we achieve a “trickle-up” effect? 100, 5:18

LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Social media: Threat to professionalism and privacy or essential for current surgical practice? 100, 11:17

–and AZOURY, SAID C., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and LIEPERT, AMY E., Surgeons and social media: Threat to professionalism or an essential part of contemporary surgical practice? 100, 8:45

–and OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., and KUY, SREYRAM, Political advocacy in surgery: The case for individual engagement, 100, 8:40

LEITCH, A. MARILYN, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and HUNT, KELLY K., ACS Clinical Research Program: Response to preoperative endocrine therapy in breast cancer patients can alter surgical and chemotherapy options, 100, 11:43

LEVY, MATTHEW J., Intentional mass casualty events: Implications for prehospital emergency medical services systems, 100, 1S:72

LIEPERT, AMY E., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and AZOURY, SAID C., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., and WARD, WILLIAM H., Surgeons and social media: Threat to professionalism or an essential part of contemporary surgical practice? 100, 8:45

LISCUM, KATHLEEN R., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and ACTON, ROBERT D., and JONES, DANIEL B., ACS and ASE develop Simulation-Based Surgical Skills Curriculum for medical students, 100, 4:35

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MALANGONI, MARK A., and SHIFFER, CHRISTINE D., The American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification Program: The first 10 years, 100, 7:15

MARTIN, LINDA W., and VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY K., ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

McBEE, JOHN M., Oweida Scholar reports on experience at Clinical Congress, 100, 2:65

McGINNIS, LaMAR S. Jr., and RICH, NORMAN M., From the Archives: American surgical history: Finding a home at the Clinical Congress, 100, 9:28

–and SASSER, WILLIAM, MHS: Supporting the future: Dr. and Mrs. Kenyon are committed to giving back, 100, 11:46   

McGRATH, MARY H., In memoriam: Dr. Thomas Krizek, leader in plastic surgery, 100, 12:65

McNALLY, MEGAN E., Coding and practice management corner: The importance of detailed documentation in ICD-10, 100, 8:63

McSWAIN, NORMAN E., Integrated education of all responders, 100, 1S:78

and CARVER, WAYNE, and BURNS, KARYL, J., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M., Bulletin reprint: Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 100, 1S:28

MEAKINS, JONATHAN L., In memoriam: Dr. Lloyd MacLean, ACS Past-President and “The Chief” at McGill, 100, 6:53

MEANS, JACQUELYN M., and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, Sharing clinical photographs: Patient rights, professional ethics, and institutional responsibilities, 100, 10:17

MEARA, JOHN G., and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and SELZER, DON J., New resources from the College offer alternative approaches to medical liability reform, 100, 3:14

–and GREENBERG, SARAH L. M., Global Surgery 2030: An introduction, 100, 6:10

–and GREENBERG, SARAH L. M., and VEGA, MARTHA P., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery makes progress in first year of work: An update, 100, 4:23

MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, Board of Governors pillars at work: An update, 100, 8:86

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, October 2014, 100, 2:45

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, February 2015, 100, 5:68

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, June 2015, 100, 9:62

Mitchell, Ernest (Ernie), and BRINSFIELD, KATHRYN H., The Department of Homeland Security’s role in enhancing and implementing the response to active shooter and intentional mass casualty events, 100, 1S:24

MORISY, LEE, and KURUSZ, SARAH, and RUBIN, CHAD, What surgeons should know about…The transition to ICD-10 before October 1 compliance deadline, 100, 6:34

MORSE, SARA, and BAILEY, PATRICK V., Welcome to the 114th Congress: The implications for surgery, 100, 3:10

MULLEN, JOHN T., and CARTER, BOB S., and CHANG, DAVID C., and BOHNEN, JORDAN D., From residency to retirement: Big data and GME: Expanding the scope of patient safety and QI training, 100, 6:40

MUSOLF, ANDREA L., Fellows honored for volunteerism, 100, 9:39

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NAGLER, ALISA, and REEDER, JIM, and EARLY, KATE, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., Your ACS benefits: ACS educational awards and MyCME, 100, 10:42

NAHRWOLD, DAVID L., From the Archives: Setting standards of efficiency, 100, 3:35

–From the Archives: The College standardizes surgical dressings, 100, 7:66

NANCE, MICHAEL L., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: 2014 Pediatric Report: How severe is it? 100, 2:37

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2014: How severe is it? 100, 1:61

NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY, K., and MARTIN, LINDA W., and VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

NEWMAN, KURT D., and FALLAT, MARY, Dr. Judson Graves Randolph, pediatric surgeon, leaves lasting legacy, 100, 9:52

NEZGODA, JOSEPH, and ALLARD-PICOU, AYANA, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and KESHAVA, HARI, and KUY, SREYRAM, Teaching in the OR: New lessons for training surgical residents, 100, 8:29

NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, and ROSE, JOHN, and BENDIX, PETER, and FUNZAMO, CARLOS, and VAZ, FERNANDO, and ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, and BICKLER, STEPHEN, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

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OBAMA, BARACK H., Presidential Policy Directive: National preparedness, 100, 1S:10

OEHMEN, KATIE, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, Advocacy and grassroots: Leveraging local issues at the national level, 100, 10:23

OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., and KUY, SREYRAM, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., Political advocacy in surgery: The case for individual engagement, 100, 8:40

OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., Changes on the horizon for global services payment, 100, 9:14

–and AGRAWAL, NEHA, and GOKAK, SANA, and SAGE, JILL, 2015 Medicare fee schedule: How the changes will affect surgical practice, 100, 1:10

OPELKA, FRANK, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, Big promise and big challenges for big health care data, 100, 4:10

OXNARD, GEOFFREY R., and WATT, COLLEEN, and WIGLE, DENNIS, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Biomarker-driven adjuvant targeted therapy for NSCLC—the ALCHEMIST Trials, 100, 9:25

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PAJAK, CARLA, The patient’s wound I carry with me, 100, 1:42

PALM, ERIN, To Bangalore and back: Resident leads software design effort at Indian heart hospital, 100, 3:21

PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., A look at The Joint Commission: Addressing surgeon fatigue and sleep deprivation, 100, 8:72

–A look at The Joint Commission: The high reliability journey: A look in the mirror with Oro 2.0, 100, 12:53

–A look at The Joint Commission: High reliability science and surgery: The Joint Commission’s Robust Process Improvement methodology, 100, 10:45

A look at The Joint Commission: A new direction for “A look at The Joint Commission,” 100, 6:48

–A look at The Joint Commission: RPI can be used to improve surgical care, 100, 11:47

A look at The Joint Commission: Safety culture is a great fit for the OR, 100, 9:30

–YFA Essay Contest: Introduction, 100, 10:28

PELTZMAN, MOLLY, and KURUSZ, SARAH, What surgeons should know about…The benefits of attending a 2015 ACS Surgical Coding Workshop, 100, 2:29

PEREGRIN, TONY, 2015 Leadership program: Leading with influence and overcoming resistance to change, 100, 7:75

–Brandeis University Heller Leadership Program in Health Policy and Management provides an education on the business side of surgery, 100, 6:20

–Strategies for sustainability: Going green in the OR, 100, 5:10

PETROSKY, JACOB A., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELBY, LUKE V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., Feedback fundamentals in surgical education: Tips for success, 100, 8:35

PREMINGER, GLENN M., Citation for Prof. Mahesh R. Desai, MB, BS, MS, FRCSEd, FRCSEng, 100, 11:58

PULS, MARK W., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Improving access to surgical care in rural America: An interview with J. David Richardson, 100, 10:34

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RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and MEANS, JACQUELYN M., and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, Sharing clinical photographs: Patient rights, professional ethics, and institutional responsibilities, 100, 10:17

RAYKAR, NAKUL P., and RIESEL, JOHANNA N., First-place essay—Pro: Social media: An essential tool for the academic surgeon, 100, 11:18

–and SELZER, DON J., and MEARA, JOHN G., and COFFRON, MATTHEW, New resources from the College offer alternative approaches to medical liability reform, 100, 3:14

RAYMUNDO, MARIA ELIZA M., 2014 IGS reports on experience from the perspective of a woman surgeon, 100, 5:80

REDDISH, PATRICK, and SCAIFE, COURTNEY, and KATZ, MICAH, and RUSSELL, KATIE, and CARDINALE, DEAN, and WHITE, THOMAS, Surgeons help with recovery after earthquake in Nepal, 100, 11:24

REEDER, JIM, and EARLY, KATE, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and NAGLER, ALISA, Your ACS benefits: ACS educational awards and MyCME, 100, 10:42

RHEE, PETER, and BUTLER, FRANK K., and HOLCOMB, JOHN B., Hemorrhage control devices: Tourniquets and hemostatic dressings, 100, 1S:66

RICH, NORMAN M., and McGINNIS, LAMAR S. Jr., From the Archives: American surgical history: Finding a home at the Clinical Congress, 100, 9:28

and ELSTER, ERIC A., and SALANDER, JAMES M., Dr. John E. Hutton, Jr., physician to President Reagan, buried April 1, 100, 6:58

RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, Presidential Address: Challenges for the Second Century, 100, 12:9

RIESEL, JOHANNA N., and RAYKAR, NAKUL P., First-place essay—Pro: Social media: An essential tool for the academic surgeon, 100, 11:18

RIVERA, EDMUNDO A., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: All smoke, no fire, 100, 7:70

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Hit the road, jacked—road rash injuries, 100, 6:49

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: A hot mess: Clothing-related burn injuries, 100, 8:74

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: What’s cookin’? Who’s lookin’? 100, 5:62

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Where’s the fire? 100, 4:55

ROSE, DEVIN, Managing burnout: Seek outside help and foster a true work-life balance, 100, 3:26

Patient loss: Surgeons describe how they cope, 100, 2:25

ROSE, JOHN, and BENDIX, PETER, and FUNZAMO, CARLOS, and VAZ, FERNANDO, and ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, and BICKLER, STEPHEN, and NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

ROSEN, JUSTIN, State lobby days provide opportunity to influence legislative action, 100, 11:34

–and ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, State legislatures get back to work, 100, 4:17

–and SUTTON, JON H., Bariatric surgery, liability, and trauma: Key issues debated in state legislatures, 100, 12:21

ROSES, ROBERT E., and DATTA, JASHODEEP, and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Multimodality treatment considerations in esophageal and gastric cancer: Are we making progress? 100, 7:63

RUBIN, CHAD, and MORISY, LEE, and KURUSZ, SARAH, What surgeons should know about…The transition to ICD-10 before October 1 compliance deadline, 100, 6:34

RUSSELL, KATIE, and CARDINALE, DEAN, and WHITE, THOMAS, and REDDISH, PATRICK, and SCAIFE, COURTNEY, and KATZ, MICAH, Surgeons help with recovery after earthquake in Nepal, 100, 11:24

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SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and ACTON, ROBERT D., and JONES, DANIEL B., and LISCUM, KATHLEEN R., ACS and ASE develop Simulation-Based Surgical Skills Curriculum for medical students, 100, 4:35

–and NAGLER, ALISA, and REEDER, JIM, and EARLY, KATE, Your ACS benefits: ACS educational awards and MyCME, 100, 10:42

SAGE, JILL, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and AGRAWAL, NEHA, and GOKAK, SANA, 2015 Medicare fee schedule: How the changes will affect surgical practice, 100, 1:10

SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., Defining your own success: An introduction, 100, 8:12

SALANDER, JAMES, M. and RICH, NORMAN M., and ELSTER, ERIC A., Dr. John E. Hutton, Jr., physician to President Reagan, buried April 1, 100, 6:58

SANTIN, BRIAN, and KAUPS, KRISTA, The disruptive physician: Addressing the issues, 100, 2:20

SASSER, WILLIAM F., and KLEIN, SARAH B., The Mayne legacy: A look back at an influential charter member of the ACS, 100, 9:18

–and McGINNIS, LaMAR S. Jr., MHS: Supporting the future: Dr. and Mrs. Kenyon are committed to giving back, 100, 11:46   

SAVARISE, MARK T., and BARNEY, LINDA, 2015 CPT coding changes will have mixed effects on payment for general surgeons , 100, 1:17

SCAIFE, COURTNEY, and KATZ, MICAH, and RUSSELL, KATIE, and CARDINALE, DEAN, and WHITE, THOMAS, and REDDISH, PATRICK, Surgeons help with recovery after earthquake in Nepal, 100, 11:24

SCHATZ, TIFFANY ANN PIERCE, Commitment, 100, 1:44

SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, James Haug, Past-Director, ACS Socioeconomic Affairs Department, dies, 100, 9:50

–No quality without access: ACS and NIH collaborate to ensure access to optimal care, 100, 8:52

SCHRAG, DEBORAH, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and WEISER, MARTIN R., and FICHERA, ALESSANDRO, ACS Clinical Research Program: Progress in the PROSPECT trial: Precision treatment for rectal cancer? 100, 4:51

SCHWARTZ, JERRY, College hits its stride in social media usage, 100, 4:58

SELBY, LUKE V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and PETROSKY, JACOB A., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., Feedback fundamentals in surgical education: Tips for success, 100, 8:35

SELZER, DON J., and MEARA, JOHN G., and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, New resources from the College offer alternative approaches to medical liability reform, 100, 3:14

SHARP, KENNETH W., and DEAN, BARBARA L., and KLEIN, SARAH B., The Distinguished Philanthropist Award: Celebrating a legacy of exceptional giving, 100, 6:16

SHIFFER, CHRISTINE D., and MALANGONI, MARK A., The American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification Program: The first 10 years, 100, 7:15

SMITH, CAITLIN, and SUN, SUSIE, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and HON, HEIDI, and IYER, PRIYA, The RAS-ACS: Recruiting medical students and training future leaders, 100, 8:23

STEWART, RONALD M., and CHAPLEAU, WILL, In memoriam: Dr. Norman McSwain, a pioneer in comprehensive trauma care, 100, 10:56

and WEIRETER, LEONARD J., Role of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma in the care of the injured, 100, 1S:75

STICCA, ROBERT P., and AALAND, MARY O., Dispatches from rural surgeons: The North Dakota Rural Surgery Support Program: Providing surgical services to communities in need, 100, 7:58

and DEVENEY, KAREN, and JARMAN, BENJAMIN, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Responding to the need for rural general surgery training sites: A how-to, 100, 4:47

STRASBERG, STEVEN M., Citation for Prof. Eduardo de Santibañes, MD, PhD, 100, 11:60

SUN, RAPHAEL C., and GARVEY, ERIN M., and HOGAN, JESSICA, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., Talking the talk: The keys to effective workplace communication, 100, 8:16

SUN, SUSIE, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and HON, HEIDI, and IYER, PRIYA, and SMITH, CAITLIN, The RAS-ACS: Recruiting medical students and training future leaders, 100, 8:23

SUTTON, JON H., and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., AMA HOD Annual Meeting sparks adoption of new policies, 100, 10:59

–and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., AMA House of Delegates takes action on spectrum of issues, 100, 2:41

–and ROSEN, JUSTIN, Bariatric surgery, liability, and trauma: Key issues debated in state legislatures, 100, 12:21

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TERRIS, DAVID J., Citation for Prof. William B. Coman, MD, MB, BS, FACS, FRCSEd, FRCSEng, FRACS, 100, 11:57

THOMASON, ELLEN, YFA Essay Contest winner: Promise of the profession: The chance to be human, 100, 10:29

TIEBERG, DONNA, Chapter news, 100, 2:54, 4:66, 6:66, 8:92, 10:68, 12:72

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VAZ, FERNANDO, and ASSIS da COSTA, ANTONIO, and BICKLER, STEPHEN, and NOORMAHOMED, EMILIA VIRGINIA, and ROSE, JOHN, and BENDIX, PETER, and FUNZAMO, CARLOS, Universities form research partnership to improve care in Mozambique, 100, 1:27

VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY, K., and MARTIN, LINDA W., ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

VEGA, MARTHA P., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and MEARA, JOHN G., and GREENBERG, SARAH L. M., The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery makes progress in first year of work: An update, 100, 4:23

VEIT, LINDA J., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ALTORKI, NASSER, and KOHMAN, LESLIE J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Limited resection as a cure for early lung cancer: Time to challenge the gold standard? 100, 5:57

VENN, RACHAEL A., and LAZOW, STEFANIE P., and DAKIN, GREGORY F., PreOp program: Can we achieve a “trickle-up” effect? 100, 5:18

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WALLER, STEPHEN G., and ALTIERI, MARIA S., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., Surgeons develop visionary plan to bring corneal transplants to developing countries, 100, 5:22

WALTER, KEVIN R., 2015 Advocacy program: Attendees learn the power of a unified voice, 100, 7:83

WARD, WILLIAM H., and LIEPERT, AMY E., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and AZOURY, SAID C., and BLISS, LINDSAY A., Surgeons and social media: Threat to professionalism or an essential part of contemporary surgical practice? 100, 8:45

WARSHAW, ANDREW L., A systematic response to mass trauma: The public, organized first responders, and the American College of Surgeons, 100, 1S:14

WATT, COLLEEN, and WIGLE, DENNIS, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and OXNARD, GEOFFREY R., ACS Clinical Research Program: Biomarker-driven adjuvant targeted therapy for NSCLC—the ALCHEMIST Trials, 100, 9:25

WEBER, FREDERICK K., From residency to retirement: The ACS motto: What does it really mean? 100, 3:32

WEIRETER, LEONARD J., and STEWART, RONALD M., Role of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma in the care of the injured, 100, 1S:75

WEISER, MARTIN R., and FICHERA, ALESSANDRO, and SCHRAG, DEBORAH, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Progress in the PROSPECT trial: Precision treatment for rectal cancer? 100, 4:51

WEXNER, STEVEN D., Citation for Prof. Abraham Fingerhut, MD, FACS, FRCSP(g), FRCSEng, 100, 11:59

WHITE, THOMAS, and REDDISH, PATRICK, and SCAIFE, COURTNEY, and KATZ, MICAH, and RUSSELL, KATIE, and CARDINALE, DEAN, Surgeons help with recovery after earthquake in Nepal, 100, 11:24

WIGLE, DENNIS, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and OXNARD, GEOFFREY R., and WATT, COLLEEN, ACS Clinical Research Program: Biomarker-driven adjuvant targeted therapy for NSCLC—the ALCHEMIST Trials, 100, 9:25

WILLIAMS, MALLORY, News from the ACS Communities, 100, 6:57

WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL, ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence Program: Celebrating 10 years of training surgeons, 100, 1:70

WOODSON, JONATHAN, The military experience and integration with the civilian sector, 100, 1S:22

WU, DANIEL, Graduate of the first acute care surgery fellowship program reflects on the experience, 100, 10:11

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YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ALTORKI, NASSER, and KOHMAN, LESLIE J., and VEIT, LINDA J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Limited resection as a cure for early lung cancer: Time to challenge the gold standard? 100, 5:57

–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and NELSON, HEIDI, and HUNT, KELLY, K., and MARTIN, LINDA W., and VEERAMACHANENI, NIRMAL K., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., ACS Clinical Research Program: New manual for cancer surgery issued: Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery, 100, 6:43

–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ROSES, ROBERT E., and DATTA, JASHODEEP, ACS Clinical Research Program: Multimodality treatment considerations in esophageal and gastric cancer: Are we making progress? 100, 7:63

–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ZELL, JASON, ACS Clinical Research Program: PACES trial: Evaluating the effectiveness of eflornithine and sulindac in preventing colon adenomas, 100, 8:70

–and KROUSE, ROBERT S., ACS Clinical Research Program: Prospective comparative effectiveness trial for malignant bowel obstruction: SWOG S1316, 100, 12:49

–and WEISER, MARTIN R., and FICHERA, ALESSANDRO, and SCHRAG, DEBORAH, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Progress in the PROSPECT trial: Precision treatment for rectal cancer? 100, 4:51

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ZELL, JASON, and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: PACES trial: Evaluating the effectiveness of eflornithine and sulindac in preventing colon adenomas, 100, 8:70

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