2016 author index

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ABELSON, JONATHAN S., and YEO, HEATHER L., and POMP, ALFONS, and FEHLING, DAVID, and MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, Using the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator for surgical education and quality improvement, 101, 12:29

ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, ACS Chapter Grant Program supports opportunities to lobby state lawmakers, 101, 11:41

–ACS CoC creates awareness of cancer issues at state and federal levels, 101, 4:25

–and LIEPERT, AMY E., 2016 state legislative year in review and a look ahead, 101, 12:35

AGRAWAL, NEHA, What surgeons should know about…Understanding Medicare Part B incident to billing, 101, 8:51

–and SAGE, JILL, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, Reimbursement changes in 2016: Provisions in the 2016 Medicare physician fee schedule that will affect surgical practice: An overview, 101, 1:11

AHMAD, SYED A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Two studies pave the way for preoperative therapy in pancreatic cancer patients, 101, 8:57

ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES, and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and MOALEM, JACOB, Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS NATIONAL SURGICAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TEAM, and CARMICHAEL, MATT, Your ACS benefits: JACS CME and the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator, 101, 6:53

ANAYA, DANIEL A., 2016 Traveling Fellow to Japan reports on visits to hepatobiliary centers, 101, 9:86

ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S., and LIN, YIHAN, and SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

ANNAMALAI, A. ANAND, and CHU, QUYEN D., and ZIBARI, GAZI B., Two decades of humanitarian surgical outreach and capacity building in Kurdistan, 101, 10:33

ARDESTANI, ALI, and SHEU, ERIC G., and NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, and RUBIN, MARC S., and BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., and JAKLITSCH,  MICHAEL T., and TAVAKKOLI, ALI, From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

ARIYAN, STEPHAN, Empowerment over charity: How surgeons turned Armenia’s tragedy into an opportunity, 101, 2:9

ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., and SUTTON, JON H., Advancing the surgical agenda: AMA House of Delegates, 101, 9:68

–and SUTTON, JON H., Modernizing the AMA Code of Medical Ethics, 101, 4:55

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BABU, MAYA, Generations of surgeons: Honoring and modernizing tradition, 101, 8:12

Not your father’s ACS: The view from the Chair of the RAS-ACS, 101, 2:27

BAILEY, ELIZABETH, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and SELBY, LUKE V., and BURGESS, JESSICA R., “Pimping”: Time-honored educational tradition or relic of the past? 101, 8:24

BAILEY, PATRICK V., and SHALGIAN, CHRISTIAN, The new Medicare physician reimbursement system: Building the Quality Payment Program, 101, 10:20

BARBER, DOLORES, and TEFERA, GIRMA, and WILCZAK, BRITTANIE, Your ACS benefits: Operation Giving Back and the ACS Archives offer opportunities for engagement, 101, 12:70

BARNEY, LINDA, and SAVARISE, MARK T., 2016 CPT coding changes and their effects, 101, 1:18

BERIAN, JULIA R., and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., Improving quality in geriatric surgery: A blueprint from the American College of Surgeons, 101, 12:22

BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S., and LIN, YIHAN, and SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY,  and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

BILIMORIA, KARL Y., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., ACS Clinical Scholars benefit from access to outcomes measures and mentors, 101, 1:76

BLUMGART, LESLIE H., Citation for Prof. Jacques Belghiti, MD, PhD, 101, 11:66

BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and OLLILA, DAVID W., and GOLSHAN, MEHRA, ACS Clinical Research Program: How successful is NST in increasing breast-conserving surgery rates in TNBC patients? 101, 4:40

–and AHMAD, SYED A., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Two studies pave the way for preoperative therapy in pancreatic cancer patients, 101, 8:57

–and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Second edition of Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery to be published in early 2017, 101, 12:69

–and MENG, MAXWELL V., and LEAPMAN, MICHAEL S., and CLARK, CLANCY J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes, 101, 7:50

–and ROCHA, FLAVIO G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Studies address metabolic image-directed oncologic therapy for gastric cancer, 101, 5:48

and WILKE, LEE G., and DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Dissemination and implementation: Translating cancer guidelines and clinical trial outcomes into everyday practice, 101, 2:33

and YOU, Y. NANCY, and FLESHMAN, JAMES W., ACS Clinical Research Program: Rectal cancer resection: Laparoscopic or open—which way forward? 101, 1:64

and YOU, Y. NANCY, and KURTZMAN, SCOTT H., ACS Clinical Research Program: Why is surgeon qualification important for clinical trials, and how can it be achieved? 101, 9:51

and YOU, Y. NANCY, and MONSON, JOHN R. T., and DIETZ, DAVID W., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving rectal cancer outcomes through advocacy, education, and research: The OSTRiCh Consortium and the new NAPRC, 101, 11:45

BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES, and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and MOALEM, JACOB, and ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes 101, 10:10

BROWN, DOUGLAS, and NUSSENBAUM, BRIAN, and YU, JENNIFER, and MOSES, LINDSEY, and KODNER, IRA J., Seeking equilibrium in decision making: The balance between clinical judgment and patient goals, 101, 7:24

BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., and LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., and JAKLITSCH, MICHAEL T., and TAVAKKOLI, ALI, and ARDESTANI, ALI, and SHEU, ERIC G., and NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, and RUBIN, MARC S., From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

BULGER, EILEEN METZGER, First year of Future Trauma Leaders program a success, 101, 5:56

BURGESS, JESSICA R., and BAILEY, ELIZABETH, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L. and SELBY, LUKE V., “Pimping”: Time-honored educational tradition or relic of the past? 101, 8:24

BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and SELBY, LUKE V., and BURGESS, JESSICA R., and BAILEY, ELIZABETH, “Pimping”: Time-honored educational tradition or relic of the past? 101, 8:24

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CARMICHAEL, MATT, and the AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS NATIONAL SURGICAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TEAM, Your ACS benefits: JACS CME and the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator, 101, 6:53

CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, Get out the vote: Make a difference on issues of critical concern to surgery, 101, 10:29

CHANDLER, JAMES G., and HOYT, DAVID B., and CONNOLLY, PETER H., In memoriam: Dr. John Connolly, pioneering cardiothoracic surgeon, 101, 4:52

CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., and SMITH, CHADWICK P., and IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., and  HAVRON, WILLIAM S., and LUBE, MATTHEW W., and LEVY, MARC S., and ONO, SUSAN K., Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

CHU, QUYEN D., and ZIBARI, GAZI B., and ANNAMALAI, A. ANAND, Two decades of humanitarian surgical outreach and capacity building in Kurdistan, 101, 10:33

CLARK, CLANCY J., and MENG, MAXWELL V., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and LEAPMAN, MICHAEL S., ACS Clinical Research Program: Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes, 101, 7:50

COFFRON, MATTHEW and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, What surgeons should know about…Preparing for MACRA implementation, 101, 2:30

–and SUTTON, JON H., What surgeons should know about…Medicaid program expansion, 101, 5:37

CONNELLY, JENNIFER, Chapter news, 101, 6:70

–Chapter news, 101, 8:85

–and TIEBERG, DONNA, Chapter news, 101, 4:57

CONNOLLY, PETER H., and CHANDLER, JAMES G., and HOYT, DAVID B., In memoriam: Dr. John Connolly, pioneering cardiothoracic surgeon, 101, 4:52

CORAN, ARNOLD G., Citation for Prof. Sachiyo Suita, MD, PhD, 101, 11:68

CORNWELL, EDWARD E. III, From the Archives: Dr. Asa Yancey and the realization of his mentor’s dream, 101, 9:53

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DALY, JOHN M., and HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, and KLEIN, SARAH B., and STRAND, NANCY, Optimal in-home postoperative care made possible through new Patient Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit, 101, 3:30

DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and WILKE, LEE G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Dissemination and implementation: Translating cancer guidelines and clinical trial outcomes into everyday practice, 101, 2:33

DIETZ, DAVID W., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, and MONSON, JOHN R. T., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving rectal cancer outcomes through advocacy, education, and research: The OSTRiCh Consortium and the new NAPRC, 101, 11:45

DRAGO, MONIQUE N., and HIERONYMUS, RYAN M., and FLINT, LEWIS M., and GREER, WHITNEY, and  STEWART, RONALD M., Your ACS benefits: SRGS and the COT trauma education programs: Keeping surgeons current on the provision of optimal patient care, 101, 2:35

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EHLERS, ANNE P., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and GINWALLA, RASHNA F., and REISS, ALISHA D., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? 101, 8:43

ELSTER, ERIC A., and RICH, NORMAN M., and WELLING, DAVID R., and LOUGH, FREDERICK C., From the Archives: The historic link between the ACS leadership and the military, 101, 11:47

–and FRANZ, MICHAEL G., and ROBSON, MARTIN C., From residency to retirement: Primum non nocere: A therapeutic imperative for modern wound care, 101, 9:49

EMAMAULLEE, JULIET A., and ITANI, KAMAL M. F., Profiles in surgical research: Anthony Atala, MD, FACS, 101, 5:30

EMIL, SHERIF, Dispatches from the Africa Mercy: A ship of hope and healing, 101, 9:35

ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and NEUWIRTH, MADALYN G., and KUY, SREYRAM, and KESHAVA, HARI B., and MEIZOSO, JONATHAN P., Technology for teaching: New tools for 21st century surgeons, 101, 8:36

EZEAMUZIE, OBINNA, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Biting the hand that feeds you, 101, 6:60

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Cold-blooded killer, 101, 5:53

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FANG, CHRISTINA H., and ZUBAIR, MAYS, and KALYOUSSEF, EVELYNE, and FRIEDMAN, REMY, Women’s role in otolaryngologic medicine, 101, 12:40

FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Annual Report 2015: Regional trauma, 101, 1:74

—NTDB data points: Deadly rush hour, 101, 9:57

—NTDB data points: Stairway to heaven, 101, 10:67

—NTDB data points: The rise of the smombies and fall of the pedestrians, 101, 8:71

—NTDB data points: The walking dead, 101, 7:57

–and EZEAMUZIE, OBINNA, NTDB data points: Biting the hand that feeds you, 101, 6:60

–and EZEAMUZIE, OBINNA, NTDB data points: Cold-blooded killer, 101, 5:53

and FANTUS, ROBERT J., NTDB data points: Keep an eye out, 101, 3:50

–and FANTUS, ROBERT J., NTDB data points: Look up and die, 101, 4:49

and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB data points: 2015 Pediatric Report: Pediatric regional trauma, 101, 2:42

–and SAKAI, LAUREN, NTDB data points: Don’t sugarcoat it, 101, 12:74

and SAKAI, LAUREN, NTDB data points: Guns and the golden years, 101, 11:54

FANTUS, ROBERT J., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Keep an eye out, 101, 3:50

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Look up and die, 101, 4:49

FEHLING, DAVID, and MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, and ABELSON, JONATHAN S., and YEO, HEATHER L., and POMP, ALFONS, Using the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator for surgical education and quality improvement, 101, 12:29

FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., and BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., and LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

FLESHMAN, JAMES W., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Rectal cancer resection: Laparoscopic or open—which way forward? 101, 1:64

FLINT, LEWIS M., and GREER, WHITNEY and STEWART, RONALD M., and DRAGO, MONIQUE N., and HIERONYMUS, RYAN M., Your ACS benefits: SRGS and the COT trauma education programs: Keeping surgeons current on the provision of optimal patient care, 101, 2:35

FOX, MATTHEW, Fellows honored for volunteerism and humanitarianism, 101, 9:62

–and PEREGRIN, TONY, 3-D printing: Revolutionizing preoperative planning, resident training, and the future of surgical care, 101, 7:9

FRANZ, MICHAEL G., and ROBSON, MARTIN C., and ELSTER, ERIC, From residency to retirement: Primum non nocere: A therapeutic imperative for modern wound care, 101, 9:49

FRIEDMAN, REMY, and FANG, CHRISTINA H., and ZUBAIR, MAYS, and KALYOUSSEF, EVELYNE, Women’s role in otolaryngologic medicine, 101, 12:40

FRIPP, VIKISHA, and PORIES, SUSAN, and GRASSI, CHRISTINA, ACS WiSC addresses ongoing challenges for women in surgery, 101, 11:29

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GARVEY, ERIN M., and LOGGHE, HEATHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S., and HARDAWAY, JOHN C., Talking through time: Trends in communication and the evolving patient-physician relationship, 101, 8:19

GEORGE, THOMAS J., Jr., and WU, CHRISTINA, and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: NRG GI002: Moving the needle toward TNT in locally advanced rectal cancer, 101, 10:61

GERSHENWALD, JEFFREY E., Citation for Prof. John F. Thompson, AO, MD, FACS, FRACS, FAHMS, 101, 11:69

GIGANTELLI, JAMES W., In memoriam: Barrett G. Haik, MD, FACS, 101, 10:69

GILLEY, MEG, and RESNICK, CORY M., and MEARA, JOHN G., and PELTZMAN, MOLLY, Meaningful use: A program in transition, 101, 3:10

GINWALLA, RASHNA F., and REISS, ALISHA D., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and EHLERS, ANNE P., and WARD, WILLIAM H., Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? 101, 8:43

GLICKSON, JEANNIE, A family tradition: Fellows describe influence of surgeon parents and other relatives, 101, 4:15

–Boston Marathon survivors find treatment, care, and solidarity among veterans, 101, 11:24

–Study shows micro breaks have big benefits, 101, 6:62

–and SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, ACS NSQIP Annual Conference inspires participants to innovate to make a difference, 101, 10:73

GOLDFARB, MICHAEL A., From residency to retirement: ACS Surgeon Workforce Subcommittee develops Onboarding Checklist for Surgeons, 101, 7:48

GOLSHAN, MEHRA, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and OLLILA, DAVID W., ACS Clinical Research Program: How successful is NST in increasing breast-conserving surgery rates in TNBC patients? 101, 4:40

GRANT, SCOTT B., and TERZIAN, HILLMAN, and SUN, RAPHAEL, and HON, HEIDI, and JADEJA, PRIYA, Surgery comes of age: The ACS and the evolution of the surgical profession, 101, 8:13

GRASSI, CHRISTINA, and FRIPP, VIKISHA, and PORIES, SUSAN, ACS WiSC addresses ongoing challenges for women in surgery, 101, 11:29

GREER, WHITNEY and STEWART, RONALD M., and DRAGO, MONIQUE N., and HIERONYMUS, RYAN M., and FLINT, LEWIS M., Your ACS benefits: SRGS and the COT trauma education programs: Keeping surgeons current on the provision of optimal patient care, 101, 2:35

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HABERAL, MEHMET A., Citation for Prof. S. Adibul Hasan Rizvi, MB, BS, FRCSEng, FRCSEd, 101, 11:67

HALVERSON, AMY, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Skills course helps rural surgeons stay current, 101, 4:37

HARDAWAY, JOHN C., and GARVEY, ERIN M., and LOGGHE, HEATHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S., Talking through time: Trends in communication and the evolving patient-physician relationship, 101, 8:19

HATCHIMONJI, JUSTIN S., and SISTI, DOMINIC A., and MARTIN, NIELS D., Surgical futility and patient-centered care: The effects of human nature in decision making, 101, 11:20

HAVRON, WILLIAM S., and LUBE, MATTHEW W., and LEVY, MARC S., and ONO, SUSAN K., and CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., and SMITH, CHADWICK P., and IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, and WALTER, KEVIN R., Your ACS benefits: Legislative activities and informed consent, 101, 8:61

–and KLEIN, SARAH B., and STRAND, NANCY, and DALY, JOHN M., Optimal in-home postoperative care made possible through new Patient Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit, 101, 3:30

HERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE, and WEISSLER, MARK C., Ethics Committee Town Hall on industry representatives in the OR highlights issues outlined in ACS Statement, 101, 10:84

HIERONYMUS, RYAN M., and FLINT, LEWIS M., and GREER, WHITNEY and STEWART, RONALD M., and DRAGO, MONIQUE N., Your ACS benefits: SRGS and the COT trauma education programs: Keeping surgeons current on the provision of optimal patient care, 101, 2:35

HOFFMAN, REBECCA L. and SELBY, LUKE V., and BURGESS, JESSICA R., and BAILEY, ELIZABETH, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., “Pimping”: Time-honored educational tradition or relic of the past? 101, 8:24

HON, HEIDI, and JADEJA, PRIYA, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and TERZIAN, HILLMAN, and SUN, RAPHAEL, Surgery comes of age: The ACS and the evolution of the surgical profession, 101, 8:13

HOVEY, BETTY, and ROMANO, TERI, Coding and practice management corner: Early ICD-10 audits indicate a learning curve for general surgeons, 101, 6:50

HOYT, DAVID B., Executive Director’s annual report, 101, 12:46

Looking forward, 101, 1:8 (strategic planning); 2:6 (integrated registry initiative); 3:7 (FIRST trial); 4:7 (ACS communications); 5:8 (quality collaboratives); 6:8 (concurrent surgery); 7:7 (Morehouse mentorship program); 8:9 (team-based care); 9:8 (Clinical Congress 2016); 10:8 (surgical attire); 11:9 (Quality Payment Program); 12:9 (year-end wrap-up)

–and CONNOLLY, PETER H., and CHANDLER, JAMES G., In memoriam: Dr. John Connolly, pioneering cardiothoracic surgeon, 101, 4:52

HUGHES, TYLER G., Dispatches from rural surgeons: The joy of teaching as a rural surgeon, 101, 7:45

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IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., and HAVRON, WILLIAM S., and LUBE, MATTHEW W., and LEVY, MARC S., and ONO, SUSAN K., and CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., and SMITH, CHADWICK P., Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

IRVINE, TRACEY, Report from the 2015 Murray F. Brennan, MD, FACS, International Guest Scholar, 101, 4:63

ITANI, KAMAL M. F., and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET A., Profiles in surgical research: Anthony Atala, MD, FACS, 101, 5:30

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JACOBS, LENWORTH M., Jr., and the JOINT COMMITTEE TO CREATE A NATIONAL POLICY TO ENHANCE SURVIVABILITY FROM INTENTIONAL MASS CASUALTY AND ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS, The Hartford Consensus IV: A Call for Increased National Resilience, 101, 3:17

JADEJA, PRIYA, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and TERZIAN, HILLMAN, and SUN, RAPHAEL, and HON, HEIDI, Surgery comes of age: The ACS and the evolution of the surgical profession, 101, 8:13

JAKLITSCH, MICHAEL T., and TAVAKKOLI, ALI, and ARDESTANI, ALI, and SHEU, ERIC G., and NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, and RUBIN, MARC S., and BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

JENKINS, DONALD H., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and ROTONDO, MICHAEL F., and STEWART, RONALD M., ACS Committee on Trauma pledges to make zero preventable deaths a reality, 101, 10:23

JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., and PASTERNAK, JOSEPH, and SUGRIM, SHAILENDRA, and MEHTA, KATHAN, and SONI, RONAK, Surgeons lead effort to establish a sustainable eye bank in a developing nation, 101, 5:11

JOINT COMMITTEE TO CREATE A NATIONAL POLICY TO ENHANCE SURVIVABILITY FROM INTENTIONAL MASS CASUALTY AND ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS, and JACOBS, LENWORTH M., Jr., The Hartford Consensus IV: A Call for Increased National Resilience, 101, 3:17

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KALYOUSSEF, EVELYNE, and FRIEDMAN, REMY, and FANG, CHRISTINA H., and ZUBAIR, MAYS, Women’s role in otolaryngologic medicine, 101, 12:40

KATLIC, MARK R., From residency to retirement: Surgery in Maryland: Guidelines for navigating health care reform, 101, 8:53

KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., and AHMAD, SYED A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Two studies pave the way for preoperative therapy in pancreatic cancer patients, 101, 8:57

–and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Second edition of Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery to be published in early 2017, 101, 12:69

KERNAHAN, PETER J., From the Archives: Drs. William J. Mayo and Franklin H. Martin: Leaders in establishing the College’s unique identity, 101, 7:53

KESHAVA, HARI B., and MEIZOSO, JONATHAN P., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and NEUWIRTH, MADALYN G., and KUY, SREYRAM, Technology for teaching: New tools for 21st century surgeons, 101, 8:36

KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and MOALEM, JACOB, and ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES, Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

KLEIN, SARAH B., MHS: Supporting the future: Amilu Stewart, MD, FACS: Silencing the skeptics, 101, 8:66

–MHS: Supporting the future: Dr. and Mrs. LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr.: Paying it forward, 101, 3:45

–MHS: Supporting the future: Planned giving: A powerful legacy, 101, 11:49

–MHS: Supporting the future: Yeu-Tsu Margaret Lee, MD, FACS: A life of service, 101, 5:46

–and STRAND, NANCY, and DALY, JOHN M., and HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, Optimal in-home postoperative care made possible through new Patient Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit, 101, 3:30

–and WILSON, BETH JURKIEWICZ, MHS: Supporting the future: Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Jurkiewicz: A distinctive legacy of giving, 101, 1:69

KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL Y., ACS Clinical Scholars benefit from access to outcomes measures and mentors, 101, 1:76

and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and BERIAN, JULIA R., and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., Improving quality in geriatric surgery: A blueprint from the American College of Surgeons, 101, 12:22

KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and NUSSENBAUM, BRIAN, and YU, JENNIFER, and MOSES, LINDSEY, Seeking equilibrium in decision making: The balance between clinical judgment and patient goals, 101, 7:24

KOO, KEVIN, and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and KUY, SREYRAM, and OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., The ACS and advocacy: A tradition of protecting our patients and advancing our profession, 101, 8:30

KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., and BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., and LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., and BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., and LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

KURTZMAN, SCOTT H., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Why is surgeon qualification important for clinical trials, and how can it be achieved? 101, 9:51

KURUSZ, SARAH, Coding and practice management corner: The benefits of attending a 2016 ACS Surgical Coding Workshop, 101, 1:54

KUY, SREYRAM, and OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., and KOO, KEVIN, and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., The ACS and advocacy: A tradition of protecting our patients and advancing our profession, 101, 8:30

and KESHAVA, HARI B., and MEIZOSO, JONATHAN P., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and NEUWIRTH, MADALYN G., Technology for teaching: New tools for 21st century surgeons, 101, 8:36

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LEAPMAN, MICHAEL S., and CLARK, CLANCY J., and MENG, MAXWELL V., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes, 101, 7:50

LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., and BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

LEFOR, ALAN KAWARAI, and MIZOBATA, YASUMITSU, Japan Board of Surgery now recognizes ATOM as a credential for board certification, 101, 9:76

LEVY, MARC S., and ONO, SUSAN K., and CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., and SMITH, CHADWICK P., and IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., and HAVRON, WILLIAM S., and LUBE, MATTHEW W., Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

LIEPERT, AMY E., Applying advocacy skills: Gaining influence from the statehouse to Capitol Hill, 101, 3:25

–and ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, 2016 state legislative year in review and a look ahead, 101, 12:35

LIN, YIHAN, and  SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S., Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

LOGGHE, HEATHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S., and HARDAWAY, JOHN C., and GARVEY, ERIN M., Talking through time: Trends in communication and the evolving patient-physician relationship, 101, 8:19

LOUGH, FREDERICK C., and ELSTER, ERIC A., and RICH, NORMAN M., and WELLING, DAVID R., From the Archives: The historic link between the ACS leadership and the military, 101, 11:47

LUBE, MATTHEW W., and LEVY, MARC S., and ONO, SUSAN K., and CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., and SMITH, CHADWICK P., and IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., and HAVRON, WILLIAM S., Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

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MAA, JOHN, and SUTTON, JON H., From residency to retirement: The defeat of Proposition 46 in California: A case study of successful surgeon advocacy, 101, 1:61

MALLICK, REEMA, Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? First-place essay—Con, 101, 11:38

MARTIN, NIELS D., and HATCHIMONJI, JUSTIN S., and SISTI, DOMINIC A., Surgical futility and patient-centered care: The effects of human nature in decision making, 101, 11:20

McALLISTER, ELIZABETH, Your ACS benefits: Maximize your visibility and the benefits of Fellowship with the My Profile Web page, 101, 10:63

McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER F., Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? First-place essay—Pro, 101, 11:35

MEARA, JOHN G., and PELTZMAN, MOLLY, and GILLEY, MEG, and RESNICK, CORY M., Meaningful use: A program in transition, 101, 3:10

–and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and LIN, YIHAN, and SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY,  Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

MEHTA, KATHAN, and SONI, RONAK, and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., and PASTERNAK, JOSEPH, and SUGRIM, SHAILENDRA, Surgeons lead effort to establish a sustainable eye bank in a developing nation, 101, 5:11

MEIZOSO, JONATHAN P., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and NEUWIRTH, MADALYN G., and KUY, SREYRAM, and KESHAVA, HARI B., Technology for teaching: New tools for 21st century surgeons, 101, 8:36

MENG, MAXWELL V., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and LEAPMAN, MICHAEL S., and CLARK, CLANCY J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes, 101, 7:50

MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, Board of Governors pillars at work: An update, 101, 8:78

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, October 2015, 101, 1:90

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, February 2016, 101, 5:64

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, June 2016, 101, 9:78

–and ABELSON, JONATHAN S., and YEO, HEATHER L., and POMP, ALFONS, and FEHLING, DAVID, Using the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator for surgical education and quality improvement, 101, 12:29

MILLER, CRAIG A., From the Archives: Dr. Rudolph Matas: Learned trailblazer, father of vascular surgery, 101, 4:43

MIZOBATA, YASUMITSU, and LEFOR, ALAN KAWARAI, Japan Board of Surgery now recognizes ATOM as a credential for board certification, 101, 9:76

MOALEM, JACOB, Not your father’s ACS: The view from the Chair of the YFA, 101, 2:24

–and ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and  BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES, and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

MOLT, PATRICK L., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery and the volume dilemma, 101, 10:57

MONSON, JOHN R. T., and DIETZ, DAVID W., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving rectal cancer outcomes through advocacy, education, and research: The OSTRiCh Consortium and the new NAPRC, 101, 11:45

MOSES, LINDSEY, and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and NUSSENBAUM, BRIAN, and YU, JENNIFER, Seeking equilibrium in decision making: The balance between clinical judgment and patient goals, 101, 7:24

MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and  LIN, YIHAN, and  SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

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NAGLE, JAN, What surgeons should know about…The benefits of attending a 2017 ACS Surgical Coding Workshop, 101, 12:63

–and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and ROMANO, TERI, Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 25 under fire: Are you using it correctly? 101, 12:65

NANCE, MICHAEL L., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: 2015 Pediatric Report: Pediatric regional trauma, 101, 2:42

NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, and RUBIN, MARC S., and BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., and JAKLITSCH,  MICHAEL T., and TAVAKKOLI, ALI, and ARDESTANI, ALI, and SHEU, ERIC G., From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

NESBIT, ROBERT R. Jr., From the Archives: Dr. Charles McBurney: A pioneer in the surgical treatment of appendicitis, 101, 1:67

NEUWIRTH, MADALYN G., and KUY, SREYRAM, and KESHAVA, HARI B., and MEIZOSO, JONATHAN P., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., Technology for teaching: New tools for 21st century surgeons, 101, 8:36

NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and  LIN, YIHAN, and  SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

NUSSENBAUM, BRIAN, and YU, JENNIFER, and MOSES, LINDSEY, and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, Seeking equilibrium in decision making: The balance between clinical judgment and patient goals, 101, 7:24

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OEHMEN, KATIE, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, Get out the vote: Make a difference on issues of critical concern to surgery, 101, 10:29

OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., and KOO, KEVIN, and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and KUY, SREYRAM, The ACS and advocacy: A tradition of protecting our patients and advancing our profession, 101, 8:30

O’LEARY, J. PATRICK, In memoriam: Dr. Isidore Cohn, Jr.: A life well-lived, 101, 1:78

OLLAPALLY, VINITA, Coding and practice management corner: CMS eases restrictions imposed under the Two-Midnight Rule, 101, 3:43

–and AGRAWAL, NEHA, and SAGE, JILL, Reimbursement changes in 2016: Provisions in the 2016 Medicare physician fee schedule that will affect surgical practice: An overview, 101, 1:11

–and COFFRON, MATTHEW, What surgeons should know about…Preparing for MACRA implementation, 101, 2:30

OLLILA, DAVID W., and GOLSHAN, MEHRA, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: How successful is NST in increasing breast-conserving surgery rates in TNBC patients? 101, 4:40

ONO, SUSAN K., and CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., and SMITH, CHADWICK P., and IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., and HAVRON, WILLIAM S., and LUBE, MATTHEW W., and LEVY, MARC S.,  Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

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PARANGI, SAREH, ACS ANZ Traveling Fellow reports on experiences in New Zealand and Australia, 101, 11:75

PASTERNAK, JOSEPH, and SUGRIM, SHAILENDRA, and MEHTA, KATHAN, and SONI, RONAK, and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., Surgeons lead effort to establish a sustainable eye bank in a developing nation, 101, 5:11

PATTI, MARCO, Citation for Prof. Hernando Abaunza Orjuela, MD, FACS, MACC(Hon), 101, 11:65

PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., A look at The Joint Commission: Antibiotic resistance causing issues for surgical patients, 101, 1:72

–A look at The Joint Commission: Cognitive biases can lead to serious patient safety events, 101, 12:72

–A look at The Joint Commission: Credentialing and privileging: Five tips for ASCs, 101, 2:40

–A look at The Joint Commission: Ernest Amory Codman Award honoree furthers quality improvement mission, 101, 11:52

–A look at The Joint Commission: Hand hygiene TST helps hospitals reduce HAI rates, 101, 4:47

–A look at The Joint Commission: Henry Ford Health System opens up about pilot testing Oro 2.0, 101, 9:55

–A look at The Joint Commission: Improvements continue in surgical care accountability measures, 101, 3:48

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission executive vice-president addresses pain management standard concerns, 101, 7:55

–A look at The Joint Commission: New Patient Blood Management Certification aimed at eliminating unnecessary transfusions, 101, 8:69

–A look at The Joint Commission: Support surgical time outs on National Time Out Day—and all year long, 101, 6:58

–A look at The Joint Commission: Total hip and total knee replacement certification focuses on continuum of care, 101, 5:51

–A look at The Joint Commission: Workplace bullying is a real problem in health care, 101, 10:65

PELTZMAN, MOLLY, PQRS reporting in 2016 and what the College is doing to help, 101, 5:25

–The 2017 Inpatient Prospective Payment System: What it means for surgery, 101, 12:32

–What surgeons should know about…Meeting meaningful use requirements in 2016, 101, 7:40

–What surgeons should know about…The Physician Compare website, 101, 3:41

–and GILLEY, MEG, and RESNICK, CORY M., and MEARA, JOHN G., Meaningful use: A program in transition, 101, 3:10

PEREGRIN, TONY, Face forward: Transplant surgeon overcomes challenges with teamwork and technology, 101, 4:9

–2016 Leadership Summit focuses on conflict resolution, cultural dexterity, and strategic thinking, 101, 7:59

–and FOX, MATTHEW, 3-D printing: Revolutionizing preoperative planning, resident training, and the future of surgical care, 101, 7:9

POMP, ALFONS, and FEHLING, DAVID, and MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, and ABELSON, JONATHAN S., and YEO, HEATHER L., Using the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator for surgical education and quality improvement, 101, 12:29

PORIES, SUSAN, and GRASSI, CHRISTINA, and FRIPP, VIKISHA, ACS WiSC addresses ongoing challenges for women in surgery, 101, 11:29

PORIES, WALTER J., Is there a surgeon in the house? 101, 9:71

PRICE, MICHELLE, and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M.,  Committee on Trauma introduces needs assessment tool aimed at resolving trauma center debate, 101, 9:11

PULS, MARK W., 2015 ACS Governors Survey: Surgeons describe the ACA’s effects on access to care, 101, 5:19

–2015 ACS Governors Survey: Surgeons express concerns regarding the EHR, 101, 4:29

–2015 ACS Governors Survey: Surgeons speak out on GME funding issues, 101, 6:27

–and SARAP, MICHAEL D., Dispatches from rural surgeons: ACS Advisory Council for Rural Surgery hard at work, 101, 1:57

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RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and  LIN, YIHAN, and  SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

REISS, ALISHA D., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and EHLERS, ANNE P., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and GINWALLA, RASHNA F., Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? 101, 8:43

RESNICK, CORY M., and MEARA, JOHN G., and PELTZMAN, MOLLY, and GILLEY, MEG, Meaningful use: A program in transition, 101, 3:10

REYES, CYNTHIA, What surgeons should know about…The one-year grace period for correct use of ICD-10 codes, 101, 1:50

RICH, NORMAN M., and WELLING, DAVID R., and LOUGH, FREDERICK C., and ELSTER, ERIC A., From the Archives: The historic link between the ACS leadership and the military, 101, 11:47

ROBSON, MARTIN C., and ELSTER, ERIC, and FRANZ, MICHAEL G., From residency to retirement: Primum non nocere: A therapeutic imperative for modern wound care, 101, 9:49

ROCHA, FLAVIO G., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Studies address metabolic image-directed oncologic therapy for gastric cancer, 101, 5:48

ROMANO, TERI, and HOVEY, BETTY, Coding and practice management corner: Early ICD-10 audits indicate a learning curve for general surgeons, 101, 6:50

–and NAGLE, JAN, and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 25 under fire: Are you using it correctly? 101, 12:65

ROSEN, JUSTIN, ACS lobbyist experiences the relevance of trauma centers firsthand, 101, 9:17

ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and BERIAN, JULIA R., Improving quality in geriatric surgery: A blueprint from the American College of Surgeons, 101, 12:22

ROTONDO, MICHAEL F., and STEWART, RONALD M., and JENKINS, DONALD H., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., ACS Committee on Trauma pledges to make zero preventable deaths a reality, 101, 10:23

RUBIN, MARC S., and BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., and JAKLITSCH, MICHAEL T., and TAVAKKOLI, ALI, and ARDESTANI, ALI, and SHEU, ERIC G., and NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and BERIAN, JULIA R., and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., Improving quality in geriatric surgery: A blueprint from the American College of Surgeons, 101, 12:22

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SAGE, JILL, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and AGRAWAL, NEHA,  Reimbursement changes in 2016: Provisions in the 2016 Medicare physician fee schedule that will affect surgical practice: An overview, 101, 1:11

SAKAI, LAUREN, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Don’t sugarcoat it, 101, 12:74

and  FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Guns and the golden years, 101, 11:54

SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and MOALEM, JACOB, and ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES, and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and LIN, YIHAN, Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and EHLERS, ANNE P., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and GINWALLA, RASHNA F., and REISS, ALISHA D., Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? 101, 8:43

–and KUY, SREYRAM, and OGUNLEYE, ADEYEMI A., and KOO, KEVIN, The ACS and advocacy: A tradition of protecting our patients and advancing our profession, 101, 8:30

SARAP, MICHAEL D., and PULS, MARK W., Dispatches from rural surgeons: ACS Advisory Council for Rural Surgery hard at work, 101, 1:57

SAVARISE, MARK T., Coding and practice management corner: Coding and reimbursement for colonoscopy, 101, 5:40

–and BARNEY, LINDA, 2016 CPT coding changes and their effects, 101, 1:18

–and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and ROMANO, TERI, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 25 under fire: Are you using it correctly? 101, 12:65

SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, and GLICKSON, JEANNIE, ACS NSQIP Annual Conference inspires participants to innovate to make a difference, 101, 10:73

SCHWARTZ, JERRY, ACS Communities begins third year, 101, 12:87

SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY, and MEARA, JOHN G., and TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and LIN, YIHAN, and SALUJA, SAURABH, Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

SELBY, LUKE V., and BURGESS, JESSICA R., and BAILEY, ELIZABETH, and BUSCH, KRISTIN M., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L. “Pimping”: Time-honored educational tradition or relic of the past? 101, 8:24

–and LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., and BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and ROMANO, TERI, and NAGLE, JAN, and SAVARISE, MARK T., Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 25 under fire: Are you using it correctly? 101, 12:65

SHALGIAN, CHRISTIAN, and BAILEY, PATRICK V., The new Medicare physician reimbursement system: Building the Quality Payment Program, 101, 10:20

SHEU, ERIC G., and NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, and RUBIN, MARC S., and BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., and JAKLITSCH, MICHAEL T., and TAVAKKOLI, ALI, and ARDESTANI, ALI, From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

SHIPPER, EDWARD S., and HARDAWAY, JOHN C., and GARVEY, ERIN M., and LOGGHE, HEATHER, Talking through time: Trends in communication and the evolving patient-physician relationship, 101, 8:19

SISTI, DOMINIC A., and MARTIN, NIELS D., and HATCHIMONJI, JUSTIN S., Surgical futility and patient-centered care: The effects of human nature in decision making, 101, 11:20

SMITH, CHADWICK P., and IBRAHIM, JOSEPH A., and  HAVRON, WILLIAM S., and LUBE, MATTHEW W., and LEVY, MARC S., and ONO, SUSAN K., and CHEATHAM, MICHAEL L., Orlando Regional Medical Center responds to Pulse nightclub shooting, 101, 11:12

SONI, RONAK, and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., and PASTERNAK, JOSEPH, and SUGRIM, SHAILENDRA, and MEHTA, KATHAN, Surgeons lead effort to establish a sustainable eye bank in a developing nation, 101, 5:11

STEWART, RONALD M., and JENKINS, DONALD H., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and ROTONDO, MICHAEL F., ACS Committee on Trauma pledges to make zero preventable deaths a reality, 101, 10:23

–and PRICE, MICHELLE, and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., Committee on Trauma introduces needs assessment tool aimed at resolving trauma center debate, 101, 9:11

–and DRAGO, MONIQUE N., and HIERONYMUS, RYAN M., and FLINT, LEWIS M., and GREER, WHITNEY Your ACS benefits: SRGS and the COT trauma education programs: Keeping surgeons current on the provision of optimal patient care, 101, 2:35

STRAND, NANCY, and DALY, JOHN M., and HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, and KLEIN, SARAH B., Optimal in-home postoperative care made possible through new Patient Feeding Tube Home Skills Kit, 101, 3:30

SUGRIM, SHAILENDRA, and MEHTA, KATHAN, and SONI, RONAK, and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and WALLER, STEPHEN G., and PASTERNAK, JOSEPH, Surgeons lead effort to establish a sustainable eye bank in a developing nation, 101, 5:11

SULIBURK, JAMES W., and  BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., and LEE, EUGENIA E., and TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

–and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and MOALEM, JACOB, and  ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

SUN, RAPHAEL, The 2015 RAS-ACS annual Communications Committee essay contest: An introduction, 101, 1:37

–and TERZIAN, HILLMAN, and HON, HEIDI, and JADEJA, PRIYA, and GRANT, SCOTT B., Surgery comes of age: The ACS and the evolution of the surgical profession, 101, 8:13

SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and MOALEM, JACOB, and ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES,  and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

SUTTON, JON H., Health care networks: Surprise billings for surgical patients, 101, 7:19

–and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., Advancing the surgical agenda: AMA House of Delegates, 101, 9:68

–and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., Modernizing the AMA Code of Medical Ethics, 101, 4:55

–and COFFRON, MATTHEW, What surgeons should know about…Medicaid program expansion, 101, 5:37

–and MAA, JOHN, From residency to retirement: The defeat of Proposition 46 in California: A case study of successful surgeon advocacy, 101, 1:61

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TAVAKKOLI, ALI, and ARDESTANI, ALI, and SHEU, ERIC G., and NEPOMNAYSHY, DMITRY, and RUBIN, MARC S., and BUCHMILLER, TERRY L., and JAKLITSCH, MICHAEL T., From residency to retirement: Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement, 101, 5:44

TEFERA, GIRMA, and WILCZAK, BRITTANIE, and BARBER, DOLORES, Your ACS benefits: Operation Giving Back and the ACS Archives offer opportunities for engagement, 101, 12:70

TEFERA, GIRMA, and BICKLER, STEPHEN W., and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MUKHOPADHYAY, SWAGOTO, and NG-KAMSTRA, JOSHUA S. and LIN, YIHAN, and SALUJA, SAURABH, and SCOTT, JOHN W., and ANDERSON, GEOFFREY,  and MEARA, JOHN G., Progress in achieving universal access to surgical care: An update and a path forward, 101, 6:12

TERRACINA, KRISTA, First-place essay: The things I carry, 101, 1:38

TERZIAN, HILLMAN, and SUN, RAPHAEL, and HON, HEIDI, and JADEJA, PRIYA, and GRANT, SCOTT B., Surgery comes of age: The ACS and the evolution of the surgical profession, 101, 8:13

TIEBERG, DONNA, Chapter news, 101, 2:52

–and CONNELLY, JENNIFER, Chapter news, 101, 4:57

TORRES, MADELINE, and KOTHARI, ANAI N., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and FERRADA, PAULA, and SULIBURK, JAMES W., and BRYCZKOWSKI, SARAH B., and SELBY, LUKE V., and LEE, EUGENIA E., The surgeon and social media: Twitter as a tool for practicing surgeons, 101, 6:19

TOWNSEND, COURTNEY M., Jr., Presidential Address: Do what’s right for the patient: Franklin H. Martin and the American College of Surgeons, 101, 12:12

TURNER, PATRICIA L., Stay connected and informed: Start tweeting, 101, 6:25

and MOALEM, JACOB, and ALSEIDI, ADNAN A., and BROGHAMMER, JOSHUA, and SULIBURK, JAMES, and KLARISTENFELD, DANIEL D., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and SUTHERLAND, MICHAEL J., Young surgeons speak up: Stringent OR attire restrictions decrease morale without improving outcomes, 101, 10:10

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WALLER, STEPHEN G., and PASTERNAK, JOSEPH, and SUGRIM, SHAILENDRA, and MEHTA, KATHAN, and SONI, RONAK, and JINDAL, RAHUL M., Surgeons lead effort to establish a sustainable eye bank in a developing nation, 101, 5:11

WALTER, KEVIN R., Surgeons voice legislative priorities at 2016 Advocacy Summit, 101, 7:67

HENEGHAN, KATHLEEN, Your ACS benefits: Legislative activities and informed consent, 101, 8:61

WARD, WILLIAM H., RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Residents debate the boundaries of surgeon disclosure, 101, 11:34

–and EHLERS, ANNE P., and GINWALLA, RASHNA F., and REISS, ALISHA D., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., Exploring the limits of surgeon disclosure: Where are the boundaries? 101, 8:43

WEISSLER, MARK C., Report from the Past-Chair of the Board of Regents: Impressions on the relevance of a professional organization, 101, 3:37

–and HERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE, Ethics Committee Town Hall on industry representatives in the OR highlights issues outlined in ACS Statement, 101, 10:84

WELLING, DAVID R., and LOUGH, FREDERICK C., and ELSTER, ERIC A., and RICH, NORMAN M., From the Archives: The historic link between the ACS leadership and the military, 101, 11:47

WIELAND, JOHN M., Leading without a title, 101, 2:18

WILCZAK, BRITTANIE, Fellow initiates program to train Future Doctors for South Sudan, 101, 9:43

–and BARBER, DOLORES, and TEFERA, GIRMA, Your ACS benefits: Operation Giving Back and the ACS Archives offer opportunities for engagement, 101, 12:70

WILKE, LEE G., and DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Dissemination and implementation: Translating cancer guidelines and clinical trial outcomes into everyday practice, 101, 2:33

WILSON, BETH JURKIEWICZ, and KLEIN, SARAH B., MHS: Supporting the future: Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Jurkiewicz: A distinctive legacy of giving, 101, 1:69

WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and ROTONDO, MICHAEL F., and STEWART, RONALD M., and JENKINS, DONALD H., ACS Committee on Trauma pledges to make zero preventable deaths a reality, 101, 10:23

–and STEWART, RONALD M., and PRICE, MICHELLE, Committee on Trauma introduces needs assessment tool aimed at resolving trauma center debate, 101, 9:11

WINKLEBLACK, BOB, Your ACS benefits: Insure your family’s future with life and disability insurance, 101, 4:45

WU, CHRISTINA, and YOU, Y. NANCY, and GEORGE, THOMAS J., Jr., ACS Clinical Research Program: NRG GI002: Moving the needle toward TNT in locally advanced rectal cancer, 101, 10:61

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YEO, HEATHER L., and POMP, ALFONS, and FEHLING, DAVID, and MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, and ABELSON, JONATHAN S., Using the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator for surgical education and quality improvement, 101, 12:29

YOU, Y. NANCY, and FLESHMAN, JAMES W., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Rectal cancer resection: Laparoscopic or open—which way forward? 101, 1:64

–and GEORGE, THOMAS J., Jr., and WU, CHRISTINA, ACS Clinical Research Program: NRG GI002: Moving the needle toward TNT in locally advanced rectal cancer, 101, 10:61

–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and KATZ, MATTHEW H. G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Second edition of Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery to be published in early 2017, 101, 12:69

–and KURTZMAN, SCOTT H., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Why is surgeon qualification important for clinical trials, and how can it be achieved? 101, 9:51

YU, JENNIFER, and MOSES, LINDSEY, and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and NUSSENBAUM, BRIAN,  Seeking equilibrium in decision making: The balance between clinical judgment and patient goals, 101, 7:24

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ZIBARI, GAZI B., and ANNAMALAI, A. ANAND, and CHU, QUYEN D., Two decades of humanitarian surgical outreach and capacity building in Kurdistan, 101, 10:33

ZUBAIR, MAYS, and KALYOUSSEF, EVELYNE, and FRIEDMAN, REMY, and FANG, CHRISTINA H., Women’s role in otolaryngologic medicine, 101, 12:40

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