Coming next month in JACS and online now: Clinically competent and fiscally at risk: Impact of debt and financial parameters on the surgical resident

Sarah E. Tevis, MD; Andrew P. Rogers, MD; Evie H. Carchman, MD, FACS; Eugene F. Foley, MD, FACS; and Bruce A. Harms, MD, MBA, FACS, found that in a climate of increasingly delayed financial gratification, surgical trainees are on critically unstable financial footing. There is a major gap in current surgical education that requires reassessment for the long-term financial health of residents.

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