2018 Author index

2018 Bulletin Index

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AL TURKI, SAUD, and BRASEL, KAREN J., Bringing ATLS to an international audience: Background and a Region Chief’s experience, 103, 3:23

ALAPATI, AMULYA, and HOPEWOOD, PETER, and JAMES, TED A., NCDB cancer bytes: Active surveillance as a treatment modality in ductal carcinoma in situ, 103, 10:51

ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

ANDERSON, JAIME E., and FARMER, DIANA L., and HIGHT, COL. RACHEL, and GALANTE, JOSEPH M., Achieving zero preventable deaths: A model military-civilian medical training partnership to achieve zero preventable deaths, 103, 6:10

ANDERSON, KATHRYN D., Olga M. Jonasson, MD, Lecture: The quiet pioneer who started a revolution: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, 103, 2:22

ANDREONE, PETER, and KIRBY, JOHN, and BUTSCH, DAVID, and PARAMO, JUAN C., 2017 Governors Survey: The increasing role of APPs in providing surgical care, 103, 7:40

–and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, 2017 ACS Governors Survey: Ergonomic injuries and their prevention, 103, 6:30

ARBOLEDA-OSORIO, BOLÍVAR, Preparation and teamwork in hurricane season: From the rescuers to the rescued: A tale of two hurricanes, 103, 2:18

ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., and SUTTON, JON H., ACS delegation shapes policy at AMA HOD meeting, 103, 3:73

AVERBROOK, BRUCE J., and COMPTON, CAROLYN C., Precision surgical oncology? The treasure is in the tissue, 103, 2:30

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BADGWELL, BRIAN D., ACS 2018 Traveling Fellow to Japan reports on experience, 103, 7:77

BAILEY, PATRICK V., and CHALASANI, SADHANA, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and KOPP, ROBERT, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, Quality Payment Program year two: Information to help you succeed in 2018, 103, 3:33

BAKER, CHRISTOPHER C., and CLANCY, THOMAS V., and ECKHAUSER, FREDERIC E., and KESSEL, JAMES W., and SMITH, JAMES A. III, Residency to retirement: Retired surgeons as peer teachers in resident medical education: An underused resource, 103, 3:56

BARR, JUSTIN, From the Archives: The U.S. medical response to gas warfare in World War I, 103, 11:52

BARRERA, KAYLENE, and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and SANGJI, NAVEEN, Drug shortages: The invisible epidemic, 103, 11:24

–and STRONG, BETHANY, and TRACY, BRETT, and SANGJI, NAVEEN, Gun violence and firearm policy in the U.S.: A brief history and the current status, 103, 7:26

BASS, BARBARA LEE, and TURNER, PATRICIA L., and BURA, CONNIE M., Addressing intimate partner violence in the surgical community: Is there a need?, 103, 10:11

BATTEN, JOHN, and ROBSON, STEPHEN J., and SCOTT, DAVID A., and COOPER, MICHAEL G., and WATTERS, DAVID A., and TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, and GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

BEDROSIAN, ISABELLE, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, and DEGNIM, AMY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Surgical management of ADH, ALH, and LCIS, 103, 2:59

BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

BERMAN, MARA, and SOSA, LETICIA, and FUEGO, MARIA, and RABAZA, JORGE, and GONZALEZ, ANTHONY, ACS quality and safety case studies: South Miami Hospital implements strategies for prevention of SSI in bariatric surgery, 103, 1:48

BILIMORIA, KARL Y., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence benefit from access to outcomes measures and mentors, 103, 1:74

BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., and FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, and RIVAS, PERLA J., and ROSS, EVAN, and ZAPATA-SIRVENT, RAMON, and WOLF, STEVEN, and HERNDON, DAVID N., Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

BONNE, STEPHANIE, Lethal means: The deadly combination of firearms and intimate partner violence, 103, 10:17

BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and BEDROSIAN, ISABELLE, and DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, and DEGNIM, AMY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Surgical management of ADH, ALH, and LCIS, 103, 2:59

–and CLARK, CLANCY J., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Colorectal cancer in adults younger than 50 years old, 103, 10:47

–and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Clinical trials for surgeons: Hurdles and opportunities, 103, 1:58

–and GERSHENWALD, JEFFREY E., and HIEKEN, TINA J., ACS Clinical Research Program: The evolving clinical management of sentinel node-positive melanoma: The impact of MSLT-II on clinical practice, 103, 9:57

–and GUERARD, EMILY, and CLARK, CLANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Geriatric assessment and frailty in older cancer patients, 103, 7:56

–and MEYERHARDT, JEFFREY A., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Duration of adjuvant therapy for stage III colon cancer: No longer one size fits all, 103, 5:77

–and ROCHA, FLAVIO G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Liquid biopsies in cancer clinical trials, 103, 8:70

–and ROCHA, FLAVIO G., and SMOOT, RORY L., ACS Clinical Research Program: Adjuvant therapies for biliary tract cancers, 103, 4:56

–and SOARES, KEVIN C., and HE, JIN, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and ACS Clinical Research Program: Immunotherapy in solid tumor, 103, 6:46

BOWDEN, HALEY, Coding and practice management corner: Reap the benefits of attending a 2019 ACS Surgical Coding Workshop, 103, 12:55

–and FOE, LAUREN, What surgeons should know about…Medicare participation and enrollment, 103, 12:51

–and FOE, LAUREN, What surgeons should know about…Qualified Medicare Beneficiary program billing requirements, 103, 9:43

BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

BRASEL, KAREN J., and AL TURKI, SAUD, Bringing ATLS to an international audience: Background and a Region Chief’s experience, 103, 3:23

–and JOSEPH, KIMBERLY, and HENRY, SHARON, ATLS at 40: Distinguished past, bright future, 103, 3:12

BRILL, JASON B., and HARRISON, EVAN K., and SISE, MICHAEL J., and IGNACIO, ROMEO C. Jr., The history of the scalpel: From flint to zirconiumcoated steel, 103, 2:34

BROWN, DOUGLAS, and PUNCH, LAURIE J., and ZARATE RODRIGUEZ, JORGE G., and YU, JENNIFER, and KODNER, IRA J., Victims of violence: An ethical conflict between patient rights and institutional policy, 103, 10:29

BROWNER, BRUCE D., Citation for Prof. Lars Å. Lidgren, MD, PhD, FRCS(Hon), 103, 11:69

BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., Collected papers of the ACS Metabolic Surgery Symposium—Part I, 103, 12:47

BUCKLEY, BROOKE, and SHABAHANG, MOHSEN, and GILES, W. HEATH, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and BURNS, PHILLIP R., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, From Transition to Practice to Mastery in General Surgery, 103, 7:10

BULGER, EILEEN M., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., Gun violence and firearm policy: An introduction from the ACS COT, 103, 7:24

BURA, CONNIE, Your ACS Benefits: ACS guidelines and statements help you deliver quality care, 103, 10:69

–Your ACS benefits: Underused resources every ACS member should know about, 103, 2:61

–Your ACS benefits: Women in Surgery Committee: Advancing opportunities for women surgeons, 103, 8:94

–and BASS, BARBARA LEE, and TURNER, PATRICIA L., Addressing intimate partner violence in the surgical community: Is there a need?, 103, 10:11

BURNS, M. JANE, and KING, RICHARD V., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and HAWN, MARY T., and TZENG, EDITH, and RUSCH, VALERIE W., Exciting changes in the Scientific Forum this year, 103, 10:63

BURNS, PHILLIP R., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, and BUCKLEY, BROOKE, and SHABAHANG, MOHSEN, and GILES, W. HEATH, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., From Transition to Practice to Mastery in General Surgery, 103, 7:10

BURNS, REBEKAH A., ACS NSQIP best practices case studies: Improving high-value care of ileocolic intussusception in a pediatric ED, 103, 3:51

BUTSCH, DAVID, and PARAMO, JUAN C., and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, 2017 Governors Survey: The increasing role of APPs in providing surgical care, 103, 7:40

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CANO BUSNELLI, VIRGINIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and DE SANTIBAÑES, EDUARDO, Excellence in surgery: Becoming the “best” you can be, 103, 4:10

CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, You are your own best advocate: A how-to guide, 103, 9:35

–and OEHMEN, KATIE, and FRANKEL, BRIAN, Register now to participate in 2018 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, 103, 2:78

CHALASANI, SADHANA, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and KOPP, ROBERT, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and BAILEY, PATRICK V., Quality Payment Program year two: Information to help you succeed in 2018, 103, 3:33

CHANG, GEORGE J., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and FINLAYSON, EMILY V.A., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving surgical care and outcomes through the OPTI-Surg toolkit, 103, 3:59

–and SNYDER, REBECCA A., ACS Clinical Research Program: Surveillance testing for colorectal cancer: New evidence supports a change in guidelines, 103, 12:57

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM C., Jr., and SUBRAMANIAN, MELANIE, and KLINGENSMITH, MARY, and WELLEN, JASON, From residency to retirement: The pillars of personal financial success: Filling a critical gap in surgical education, 103, 9:54

CHARLES, ERIC J., and HANKS, JOHN B., From the Archives: The assassination of President James Garfield: Could he have survived?, 103, 1:60

CHOTAI, PRANIT, and HOWARD, JEFF, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and TRACY, BRETT, and STADELI, KATHRYN, The autonomy crisis: A call to action for resident advocacy, 103, 8:15

–and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and TRACY, BRETT, and REISS, ALISHA, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and STADELI, KATHRYN, Physician extenders and surgical training: Integration or separation?, 103, 8:53

CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

CLANCY, THOMAS V., and ECKHAUSER, FREDERIC E., and KESSEL, JAMES W., and SMITH, JAMES A. III, and BAKER, CHRISTOPHER C., Residency to retirement: Retired surgeons as peer teachers in resident medical education: An underused resource, 103, 3:56

CLARK, CLANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Colorectal cancer in adults younger than 50 years old, 103, 10:47

–and GUERARD, EMILY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Geriatric assessment and frailty in older cancer patients, 103, 7:56

COFFRON, MATTHEW, and KOPP, ROBERT, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and BAILEY, PATRICK V., and CHALASANI, SADHANA, Quality Payment Program year two: Information to help you succeed in 2018, 103, 3:33

COLEMAN, JULIA, and REISS, ALISHA, Residents describe the benefits and challenges of physician extenders in academic surgery, 103, 11:34

–and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and TRACY, BRETT, and REISS, ALISHA, Physician extenders and surgical training: Integration or separation?, 103, 8:53

–and TRACY, BRETT, and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and HOWARD, JEFF, The autonomy crisis: A call to action for resident advocacy, 103, 8:15

COMPTON, CAROLYN C., and AVERBROOK, BRUCE J., Precision surgical oncology? The treasure is in the tissue, 103, 2:30

CONYERS, JULIE, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Small hospital closures mean loss of access to care, 103, 1:51

COOPER, MICHAEL G., and WATTERS, DAVID A., and TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, and GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, and BATTEN, JOHN, and ROBSON, STEPHEN J., and SCOTT, DAVID A., Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

COOPER, ZARA, and HORNOR, MELISSA, and FINLAYSON, EMILY V. A., ACS CQGS introduces course on care of the complex older patient, 103, 3:28

CORNWELL, EDWARD E. III, and WILLIAMS, COL. MALLORY, and TADLOCK, CDR. MATTHEW D., and SMITH, COL. JAMES B., U.S. Army and Navy surgeons collaborate to offer ATLS demonstration course in Afghanistan, 103, 3:69

CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

CURRY, DANIEL J., and LAM, SANDI K., ACS quality and safety case studies: Texas Children’s Hospital introduces standardized protocol to reduce pediatric baclofen pump infections, 103, 5:74

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DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

DAVIS, KIMBERLY ANNE, and GANTT, NANCY LYNN, and SINANAN, MIKA N., Onboarding for surgeons: Preparation for practice, 103, 11:87

–and SINANAN, MIKA N., and GANTT, NANCY LYNN, Locum tenens surgery: An opportunity to improve access to quality surgical care, 103, 11:19

DAVIS, RACHEL W., and JOHNSON, WALTER D., Cross-cutting health: Global surgery, obstetrics, anesthesia, and the World Health Organization, 103, 5:16

DAWSON, KYRA, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Psyched out: Trauma patients with major psychiatric co-morbidities, 103, 7:66

DERBEW, MILIARD, COSECSA collaborates to address shortages in sub-Saharan Africa, 103, 5:41

DE SANTIBAÑES, EDUARDO, and CANO BUSNELLI, VIRGINIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., Excellence in surgery: Becoming the “best” you can be, 103, 4:10

DEGNIM, AMY C., and BEDROSIAN, ISABELLE, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Surgical management of ADH, ALH, and LCIS, 103, 2:59

DHIMAN, SHAMLY V., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and KIM, PETER K., What does it take to be a surgeon-leader? The CMO and beyond, 103, 4:17

DICKSON-WITMER, DIANA, and DEGNIM, AMY C., and BEDROSIAN, ISABELLE, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Surgical management of ADH, ALH, and LCIS, 103, 2:59

DONATI, MARCELLO, IGS reports on journey through the halls of U.S. surgical research, 103, 1:92

DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

DREYER, STEPHEN, NCDB cancer bytes: Using data to plan cancer prevention and screening activities, 103, 4:63

DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and ANDREONE, PETER, and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, 2017 ACS Governors Survey: Ergonomic injuries and their prevention, 103, 6:30

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EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

ECKHAUSER, FREDERIC E., and KESSEL, JAMES W., and SMITH, JAMES A. III, and BAKER, CHRISTOPHER C., and CLANCY, THOMAS V., Residency to retirement: Retired surgeons as peer teachers in resident medical education: An underused resource, 103, 3:56

EHLERS, ANNE P., and TAVERAS, LUIS R., and JAJJA, MOHAMMAD RAHEEL, Perceptions of resident operative autonomy, 103, 8:35

EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

EMAMAULLEE, JULIET, Profiles in surgical research: John Alverdy, MD, FACS, 103, 10:21

ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELLERS, MORGAN M., and WILLIAMS, AUSTIN D., and LAD, NEHA L., and RITTER, KAITLIN, and PLANT, VALERIE H., Paradigms to facilitate autonomy in resident education, 103, 8:40

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FALLAT, MARY E., Citation for Prof. John M. Hutson, AO, BS, MD(Melb), MD(Monash), DSc(Melb), FRACS, FAAP(Hon), FCAPS(Hon), 103, 11:66

FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: 2017 Pediatric Annual Report: ICD-10, 103, 2:66

–NTDB data points: Annual Report 2017: ICD-10, 103, 1:69

–NTDB data points: The big bad wolf: COPD and trauma, 103, 4:70

–and DAWSON, KYRA, NTDB data points: Psyched out: Trauma patients with major psychiatric co-morbidities, 103, 7:66

–and FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, NTDB data points: Penile injuries: Rare but potentially hazardous, 103, 12:61

–and SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, NTDB data points: Breaking the cage: Rib fractures, 103, 9:65

–and SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, NTDB data points: Fixing the cage: Rib fixation of flail chest, 103, 11:57

–and SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, NTDB data points: Medicating the cage: Pain management of rib fractures, 103, 10:53

–and SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, NTDB data points: A slice in time: Lower extremity compartment syndrome, 103, 5:85

–and SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, NTDB data points: Through the barricade: Blunt diaphragm injuries, 103, 6:51

–and SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, NTDB data points: Up in arms: Upper extremity compartment syndrome, 103, 8:75

–and THOMPSON, BRITTANI, NTDB data points: Baby on board: Trauma in pregnancy, 103, 3:66

FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Penile injuries: Rare but potentially hazardous, 103, 12:61

FARMER, DIANA L., Board of Governors pillars at work: An update, 103, 10:72

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, October 2017, 103, 1:87

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, February 2018, 103, 5:87

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, June 2018, 103, 9:77

–and ANDERSON, JAIME E., and HIGHT, COL. RACHEL, and GALANTE, JOSEPH M., Achieving zero preventable deaths: A model military-civilian medical training partnership to achieve zero preventable deaths, 103, 6:10

FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

FINLAYSON, EMILY V. A., and CHANG, GEORGE J., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving surgical care and outcomes through the OPTI-Surg toolkit, 103, 3:59

–and COOPER, ZARA, and HORNOR, MELISSA, ACS CQGS introduces course on care of the complex older patient, 103, 3:28

FOE, LAUREN, What surgeons should know about… Regulatory burden reduction, 103, 2:49

–and BOWDEN, HALEY, What surgeons should know about…Medicare participation and enrollment, 103, 12:51

–and BOWDEN, HALEY, What surgeons should know about…Qualified Medicare Beneficiary program billing requirements, 103, 9:43

–and KOPP, ROBERT, The 2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule: An overview of provisions affecting surgical practices, 103, 12:21

–and SAGE, JILL, and KOPP, ROBERT L., The 2018 Medicare physician fee schedule: An overview of provisions that will affect surgical practices, 103, 1:10

FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, and RIVAS, PERLA J., and ROSS, EVAN, and ZAPATA-SIRVENT, RAMON, and WOLF, STEVEN, and HERNDON, DAVID N., and BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

FOX, MATTHEW, Surgeons honored for volunteerism and humanitarianism, 103, 9:69

–and SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, ACS Quality and Safety Conference emphasizes the value of partnering with providers and patients, 103, 10:55

FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and FINLAYSON, EMILY V.A., and CHANG, GEORGE J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving surgical care and outcomes through the OPTI-Surg toolkit, 103, 3:59

–and YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Clinical trials for surgeons: Hurdles and opportunities, 103, 1:58

FRANKEL, BRIAN, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, Register now to participate in 2018 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, 103, 2:78

–and MOREAU, LUKE, Chapter news, 103, 2:83, 4:72, 6:57, 8:100, 10:78, 12:77

FUEGO, MARIA, and RABAZA, JORGE, and GONZALEZ, ANTHONY, and BERMAN, MARA, and SOSA, LETICIA, ACS quality and safety case studies: South Miami Hospital implements strategies for prevention of SSI in bariatric surgery, 103, 1:48

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GABOR, LISA, NCDB Cancer Bytes Endometrial cancer: An increasingly common gynecologic malignancy, 103, 7:58

GALANTE, JOSEPH M., and ANDERSON, JAIME E., and FARMER, DIANA L., and HIGHT, COL. RACHEL, Achieving zero preventable deaths: A model military-civilian medical training partnership to achieve zero preventable deaths, 103, 6:10

GANAI, SABHA, From residency to retirement: A teacher, not forgotten, 103, 10:44

GANTT, NANCY LYNN, and DAVIS, KIMBERLY ANNE, and SINANAN, MIKA N., Locum tenens surgery: An opportunity to improve access to quality surgical care, 103, 11:19

–and DAVIS, KIMBERLY ANNE, and SINANAN, MIKA N., Onboarding for surgeons: Preparation for practice, 103, 11:87

GELB, ADRIAN W., and GORE-BOOTH, JULIAN, and MELLIN-OLSEN, JANNICKE, and MORRISS, WAYNE W., and HAYLOCK-LOOR, CAROLINA, and ONAJIN-OBEMBE, BISOLA, WFSA describes its vision for implementation of WHA 68.15, 103, 5:44

GERSHENWALD, JEFFREY E., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and HIEKEN, TINA J., ACS Clinical Research Program: The evolving clinical management of sentinel node-positive melanoma: The impact of MSLT-II on clinical practice, 103, 9:57

GILES, W. HEATH., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and BURNS, PHILLIP R., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID., and BUCKLEY, BROOKE, and SHABAHANG, MOHSEN, From Transition to Practice to Mastery in General Surgery, 103, 7:10

GILLIAM, MARIE R., Your ACS benefits: Stop the Bleed program more important now than ever, 103, 4:59

GONZALEZ, ANTHONY, and BERMAN, MARA, and SOSA, LETICIA, and FUEGO, MARIA, and RABAZA, JORGE, ACS quality and safety case studies: South Miami Hospital implements strategies for prevention of SSI in bariatric surgery, 103, 1:48

GORE-BOOTH, JULIAN, and MELLIN-OLSEN, JANNICKE, and MORRISS, WAYNE W., and HAYLOCK-LOOR, CAROLINA, and ONAJIN-OBEMBE, BISOLA, and GELB, ADRIAN W., WFSA describes its vision for implementation of WHA 68.15, 103, 5:44

GUERARD, EMILY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and CLARK, CLANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Geriatric assessment and frailty in older cancer patients, 103, 7:56

GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, and BATTEN, JOHN, and ROBSON, STEPHEN J., and SCOTT, DAVID A., and COOPER, MICHAEL G., and WATTERS, DAVID A., and TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

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HANAHAN-GATZ, ERIN, and YUAN, CHRISTINA, and WICK, ELIZABETH, and McSWINE, STACEY, AHRQ Safety Program for ISCR expands scope in 2019, 103, 12:16

HANKS, JOHN B., and CHARLES, ERIC J., From the Archives: The assassination of President James Garfield: Could he have survived?, 103, 1:60

HARRISON, EVAN K., and SISE, MICHAEL J., and IGNACIO, ROMEO C., Jr., and BRILL, JASON B., The history of the scalpel: From flint to zirconiumcoated steel, 103, 2:34

HAWN, MARY T., and TZENG, EDITH, and RUSCH, VALERIE W., and BURNS, M. JANE, and KING, RICHARD V., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., Exciting changes in the Scientific Forum this year, 103, 10:63

HAYLOCK-LOOR, CAROLINA, and ONAJINOBEMBE, BISOLA, and GELB, ADRIAN W., and GORE-BOOTH, JULIAN, and MELLIN-OLSEN, JANNICKE, and MORRISS, WAYNE W., WFSA describes its vision for implementation of WHA 68.15, 103, 5:44

HE, JIN, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and SOARES, KEVIN C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Immunotherapy in solid tumor, 103, 6:46

HEITMAN, ELIZABETH, and WALL, ANJI E., and TARPLEY, MARGARET J., From residency to retirement: M&M conferences provide forum for discussion of ethical issues, 103, 8:65

HENRY, SHARON, ATLS 10th edition offers new insights into managing trauma patients, 103, 6:15

–and BRASEL, KAREN J., and JOSEPH, KIMBERLY, ATLS at 40: Distinguished past, bright future, 103, 3:12

HERNDON, DAVID N., and BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., and FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, and RIVAS, PERLA J., and ROSS, EVAN, and ZAPATA-SIRVENT, RAMON, and WOLF, STEVEN, Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

HIEKEN, TINA J., and GERSHENWALD, JEFFREY E., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: The evolving clinical management of sentinel node-positive melanoma: The impact of MSLT-II on clinical practice, 103, 9:57

HIGHT, COL. RACHEL, and GALANTE, JOSEPH M., and ANDERSON, JAIME E., and FARMER, DIANA L., Achieving zero preventable deaths: A model military-civilian medical training partnership to achieve zero preventable deaths, 103, 6:10

HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, and HORN, CHRISTOPHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S. III, and SCARLET, SARA, and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL, Respect for whose autonomy? Communicating with patients regarding trainee involvement, 103, 8:23

HOLLETT, SHANE R., and KLEIN, SARAH B., ACS Foundation insights: Estate planning: Prepare today for tomorrow, 103, 1:62

HOPEWOOD, PETER, and JAMES, TED A., and ALAPATI, AMULYA, NCDB cancer bytes: Active surveillance as a treatment modality in ductal carcinoma in situ, 103, 10:51

HORN, CHRISTOPHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S. III, and SCARLET, SARA, and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL, and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, Respect for whose autonomy? Communicating with patients regarding trainee involvement, 103, 8:23

HORNOR, MELISSA, and FINLAYSON, EMILY V. A., and COOPER, ZARA, ACS CQGS introduces course on care of the complex older patient, 103, 3:28

HOWARD, JEFF, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and TRACY, BRETT, and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, The autonomy crisis: A call to action for resident advocacy, 103, 8:15

HOYT, DAVID B., Executive Director’s annual report, 103, 12:34

–Looking forward, 103, 1:8 (reflections on the “red book”); 2:8 (update on ACS Communities); 3:10 (ATLS); 4:7 (Statement on Violence Prevention); 5:12 (development and future of WHA 68.15); 6:8 (developing patient trust); 7:8 (update on ACS Quality Programs); 8:10 (resident training); 9:8 (Clinical Congress 2018); 10:9 (responding to the changing practice environment); 11:9 (ACS-COSECSA Surgical Training Collaborative); 12:7 (year in review)

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IGNACIO, ROMEO C., Jr., and BRILL, JASON B., and HARRISON, EVAN K., and SISE, MICHAEL J., The history of the scalpel: From flint to zirconiumcoated steel, 103, 2:34

INGRAHAM, ANGELA M., Profiles in surgical research: Henri R. Ford, MD, MHA, FACS, FRCS, FAAP, 103, 4:27

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JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

JAJJA, MOHAMMAD RAHEEL, and EHLERS, ANNE P., and TAVERAS, LUIS R., Perceptions of resident operative autonomy, 103, 8:35

JAMES, TED A., and ALAPATI, AMULYA, and HOPEWOOD, PETER, NCDB cancer bytes: Active surveillance as a treatment modality in ductal carcinoma in situ, 103, 10:51

JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and SALCEDO-WASICEK, CAROLINA, and LANGDALE, LORRIE A., and KAO, LILLIAN S., and OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, and WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

JOHNSON, CHRISTIAN, 2018 state legislative review and a look toward 2019, 103, 12:28

–and JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER, 2017 state legislative update: Lawmakers engage on MOC, trauma funding, and other issues, 103, 5:67

JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER L., 2018 State Lobby Days: Opening doors in the state capitols, 103, 10:34

–and JOHNSON, CHRISTIAN, 2017 state legislative update: Lawmakers engage on MOC, trauma funding, and other issues, 103, 5:67

–and ROSEN, JUSTIN M., ACS Stop the Bleed advocacy agenda advances on Capitol Hill and in state capitols, 103, 11:30

JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and FILDES, JOHN J., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

JOHNSON, WALTER D., and DAVIS, RACHEL W., Cross-cutting health: Global surgery, obstetrics, anesthesia, and the World Health Organization, 103, 5:16

JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL, and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, and HORN, CHRISTOPHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S. III, and SCARLET, SARA, Respect for whose autonomy? Communicating with patients regarding trainee involvement, 103, 8:23

JOSEPH, KIMBERLY, and HENRY, SHARON, and BRASEL, KAREN J., ATLS at 40: Distinguished past, bright future, 103, 3:12

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KAO, LILLIAN S., and OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, and WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., and JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and SALCEDO-WASICEK, CAROLINA, and LANGDALE, LORRIE A., ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

KARANICOLAS, PAUL J., ACS Traveling Fellow to Germany reports on experiences, 103, 10:85

KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and SUN, RAPHAEL C., and SMELSER, WOODSON, and VANDJELOVIC, NATHAN, Developing surgical autonomy through character development: Self-efficacy, grit, and resilience, 103, 8:30

KENNEDY, MEGHAN P., From the Archives: Guy de Chauliac and “What the Surgeon Ought to Be,” 103, 3:62

KERNAHAN, PETER J., From the Archives: The College, surgeons, and the Great War, 103, 9:60

KESSEL, JAMES W., and SMITH, JAMES A. III, and BAKER, CHRISTOPHER C., and CLANCY, THOMAS V., and ECKHAUSER, FREDERIC E., Residency to retirement: Retired surgeons as peer teachers in resident medical education: An underused resource, 103, 3:56

KIM, PETER K., and DHIMAN, SHAMLY V., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., What does it take to be a surgeon-leader? The CMO and beyond, 103, 4:17

KING, RICHARD V., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and HAWN, MARY T., and TZENG, EDITH, and RUSCH, VALERIE W., and BURNS, M. JANE, Exciting changes in the Scientific Forum this year, 103, 10:63

KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID, and PARAMO, JUAN C., 2017 Governors Survey: The increasing role of APPs in providing surgical care, 103, 7:40

KLEIN, SARAH B., and HOLLETT, SHANE R., ACS Foundation insights: Estate planning: Prepare today for tomorrow, 103, 1:62

KLINGENSMITH, MARY, and WELLEN, JASON, and CHAPMAN, WILLIAM C., Jr., and SUBRAMANIAN, MELANIE, From residency to retirement: The pillars of personal financial success: Filling a critical gap in surgical education, 103, 9:54

KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL Y., ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence benefit from access to outcomes measures and mentors, 103, 1:74

KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and PUNCH, LAURIE J., and ZARATE RODRIGUEZ, JORGE G., and YU, JENNIFER, Victims of violence: An ethical conflict between patient rights and institutional policy, 103, 10:29

KOPP, ROBERT, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and BAILEY, PATRICK V., and CHALASANI, SADHANA, Quality Payment Program year two: Information to help you succeed in 2018, 103, 3:33

–and FOE, LAUREN, The 2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule: An overview of provisions affecting surgical practices, 103, 12:21

–and FOE, LAUREN, and SAGE, JILL, The 2018 Medicare physician fee schedule: An overview of provisions that will affect surgical practices, 103, 1:10

KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and BULGER, EILEEN M., and STEWART, RONALD M., Gun violence and firearm policy: An introduction from the ACS COT, 103, 7:24

–and FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

KULAYLAT, AFIF N., Bridging the autonomy gap in surgical training: An introduction, 103, 8:12

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LAD, NEHA L., and RITTER, KAITLIN, and PLANT, VALERIE H., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELLERS, MORGAN M., and WILLIAMS, AUSTIN D., Paradigms to facilitate autonomy in resident education, 103, 8:40

LAM, SANDI K., and CURRY, DANIEL J., ACS quality and safety case studies: Texas Children’s Hospital introduces standardized protocol to reduce pediatric baclofen pump infections, 103, 5:74

LANGDALE, LORRIE A., and KAO, LILLIAN S., and OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, and WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., and JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and SALCEDO-WASICEK, CAROLINA, ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and MABRY, CHARLES, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for penetrating trauma, 103, 3:46

–and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: CPT coding for hepatobiliary surgery, 103, 10:41

–and SMITH, SAMUEL, and NAGEL, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 103, 6:42

–and SMITH, SAMUEL, and NAGEL, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for blunt trauma, 103, 8:61

–and WHITACRE, ERIC, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about CPT coding for breast surgery: An update, 103, 9:45

LUCAS, CHARLES E., Carrico Champions commit to sustaining funding for the award, 103, 11:42

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MABRY, CHARLES, and NAGLE, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for penetrating trauma, 103, 3:46

MAIER, RONALD V., Presidential Address: For our patients, 103, 12:10

MAKAROUN, MICHEL S., Citation for Prof. Roger M. Greenhalgh, MD, MChir, FRCS, 103, 11:65

MAMMEN, JOSHUA M. V., NCDB cancer bytes: Strategically reversing the rising incidence of melanoma in younger patients, 103, 1:66

MANTYH, CHRISTOPHER R., and TURNER, MEGAN C., ACS quality and safety case studies: A multidisciplinary approach reduces clostridium difficile infections in adult surgical patients, 103, 9:48

MARTIN, ALLISON N., From residency to retirement: Race and residency training in the post-Charlottesville era, 103, 2:55

McANINCH, JACK W., Citation for Prof. Anthony R. Mundy, MS, PhD(Hon), FRCP, FRCS, 103, 11:72

McDONALD, KRISTIN, ACS manages 2017 legislative gains despite Hill focus on ACA repeal, tax reform, 103, 2:39

McGINNIS, LAMAR S., Jr., Citation for Akimasa Nakao, MD, PhD, FACS, 103, 11:73

McNALLY, MEGAN, and NAGEL, JAN, and SMITH, SAMUEL, 2018 CPT coding changes, 103, 1:17

McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and SANGJI, NAVEEN, and BARRERA, KAYLENE, Drug shortages: The invisible epidemic, 103, 11:24

–and TRACY, BRETT, and REISS, ALISHA, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, Physician extenders and surgical training: Integration or separation?, 103, 8:53

McSWINE, STACEY, and HANAHAN-GATZ, ERIN, and YUAN, CHRISTINA, and WICK, ELIZABETH, AHRQ Safety Program for ISCR expands scope in 2019, 103, 12:16

MELLIN-OLSEN, JANNICKE, and MORRISS, WAYNE W., and HAYLOCK-LOOR, CAROLINA, and ONAJIN-OBEMBE, BISOLA, and GELB, ADRIAN W., and GORE-BOOTH, JULIAN, WFSA describes its vision for implementation of WHA 68.15, 103, 5:44

MEYERHARDT, JEFFREY A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Duration of adjuvant therapy for stage III colon cancer: No longer one size fits all, 103, 5:77

MICHELASSI, FABRIZIO, Citation for Prof. Franco Mosca, MD, FACS, FRCSEd(Hon), ASA(Hon), Polish Association of Surgeons(Hon), 103, 11:71

MILLER, CRAIG A., Citation for Prof. Daniel Jaeck, MD, PhD, FRCS(Hon), 103, 11:68

MILLER, PRINGL, and SCARLET, SARA, Can communication proficiency mitigate moral distress among surgeons? A case study and call to action, 103, 7:34

MOREAU, LUKE, and FRANKEL, BRIAN, Chapter news, 103, 2:83, 4:72, 6:57, 8:100, 10:78, 12:77

MORGAN, ELIZABETH A., and MORGAN, RAYMOND F., From the Archives: The Great War and the evolution of plastic and reconstructive surgery, 103, 5:80

MORGAN, RAYMOND F., and MORGAN, ELIZABETH A., From the Archives: The Great War and the evolution of plastic and reconstructive surgery, 103, 5:80

MORRISS, WAYNE W., and HAYLOCK-LOOR, CAROLINA, and ONAJIN-OBEMBE, BISOLA, and GELB, ADRIAN W., and GORE-BOOTH, JULIAN, and MELLIN-OLSEN, JANNICKE, WFSA describes its vision for implementation of WHA 68.15, 103, 5:44

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NAGEL, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: CPT coding for hepatobiliary surgery, 103, 10:41

–and LIEBERMAN, JAYME and SMITH, SAMUEL, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 103, 6:42

–and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SMITH, SAMUEL, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for blunt trauma, 103, 8:61

–and MABRY, CHARLES, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for penetrating trauma, 103, 3:46

–and SMITH, SAMUEL, and McNALLY, MEGAN, 2018 CPT coding changes, 103, 1:17

–and WHITACRE, ERIC, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about CPT coding for breast surgery: An update, 103, 9:45

NAHRWOLD, DAVID L., From the Archives: The rescue of Miss Inez Stone, 103, 7:62

NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

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OEHMEN, KATIE, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, You are your own best advocate: A how-to guide, 103, 9:35

–and FRANKEL, BRIAN, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, Register now to participate in 2018 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, 103, 2:78

OLLAPALLY, VINITA, EHRs add to surgeons’ administrative burdens: The ACS responds, 103, 9:24

–and BAILEY, PATRICK V., and CHALASANI, SADHANA, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and KOPP, ROBERT, Quality Payment Program year two: Information to help you succeed in 2018, 103, 3:33

ONAJIN-OBEMBE, BISOLA, and GELB, ADRIAN W., and GORE-BOOTH, JULIAN, and MELLIN-OLSEN, JANNICKE, and MORRISS, WAYNE W., and HAYLOCK-LOOR, CAROLINA, WFSA describes its vision for implementation of WHA 68.15, 103, 5:44

OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, and WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., and JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and SALCEDO-WASICEK, CAROLINA, and LANGDALE, LORRIE A., and KAO, LILLIAN S., ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

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PARAMO, JUAN C., and BUTSCH, DAVID, and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, 2017 Governors Survey: The increasing role of APPs in providing surgical care, 103, 7:40

–and WELSH, DAVID, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and ANDREONE, PETER, 2017 ACS Governors Survey: Ergonomic injuries and their prevention, 103, 6:30

PATEL, MAYUR B., 2018 ACS Traveling Fellow to Australia and New Zealand reports on experience, 103, 11:95

PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEANLOUIS, MAC LEE, Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., A look at The Joint Commission: Advancing health equity in hospitals, 103, 6:49

–A look at The Joint Commission: Collaboration to improve quality of total hip and total knee replacement programs, 103, 12:60

–A look at The Joint Commission: Examining rapid response system treatments in the elderly patient population, 103, 11:55

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission changes how it assesses safety culture, 103, 9:62

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission issues alert on violence prevention in the health care workplace, 103, 7:64

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission now citing individual hand hygiene failures, 103, 3:64

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission publishes 2018 National Patient Safety Goals, 103, 2:64

–A look at The Joint Commission: Recent studies focus on reducing burnout, improving well-being, 103, 8:73

–A look at The Joint Commission: Stemming the tide of violence, 103, 5:82

–A look at The Joint Commission: Study shows postimple-mentation audits lead to improved enhanced recovery pathway compliance, 103, 1:64

–A look at The Joint Commission: Surgeons as second victims: Clinicians may experience trauma after adverse events, 103, 4:61

–A look at The Joint Commission: Surgeons well-positioned to champion high reliability, 103, 10:49

–Citation for Prof. Samir Rasslan, MD, Dr(hc), FACS, 103, 11:74

–and CANO BUSNELLI, VIRGINIA, and DE SANTIBAÑES, EDUARDO, Excellence in surgery: Becoming the “best” you can be, 103, 4:10

–and DHIMAN, SHAMLY V., and KIM, PETER K., What does it take to be a surgeon-leader? The CMO and beyond, 103, 4:17

–and JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and SALCEDO-WASICEK, CAROLINA, and LANGDALE, LORRIE A., and KAO, LILLIAN S., and OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, and WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

PEREGRIN, TONY, 2018 Leadership & Advocacy Summit focuses on strategic thinking and key health policy issues, 103, 8:80

–ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence program has lasting impact on surgeons’ careers, 103, 7:17

–Preparation and teamwork in hurricane season: Preparation, teamwork pay off during 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, 103, 2:10

–TQIP annual meeting shares best practices, advances in trauma care, 103, 2:70

PLANT, VALERIE H., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELLERS, MORGAN M., and WILLIAMS, AUSTIN D., and LAD, NEHA L., and RITTER, KAITLIN, Paradigms to facilitate autonomy in resident education, 103, 8:40

PORIES, WALTER J., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, Collected papers of the ACS Metabolic Surgery Symposium—Part I, 103, 12:47

PULS, MARK W., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Critical access hospitals continue to provide vital services to rural patients, 103, 11:49

–Dispatches from rural surgeons: Shortage of rural surgeons: How bad is it?, 103, 4:52

PUNCH, LAURIE J., and ZARATE RODRIGUEZ, JORGE G., and YU, JENNIFER, and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, Victims of violence: An ethical conflict between patient rights and institutional policy, 103, 10:29

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QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and SUDARSHAN, MONISHA, and TORRES, MADELINE B., Assessing resident autonomy: What tools are available?, 103, 8:46

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RABAZA, JORGE, and GONZALEZ, ANTHONY, and BERMAN, MARA, and SOSA, LETICIA, and FUEGO, MARIA, ACS quality and safety case studies: South Miami Hospital implements strategies for prevention of SSI in bariatric surgery, 103, 1:48

RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

REISS, ALISHA, and COLEMAN, JULIA R., Residents describe the benefits and challenges of physician extenders in academic surgery, 103, 11:34

–and COLEMAN, JULIA, and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and TRACY, BRETT, Physician extenders and surgical training: Integration or separation?, 103, 8:53

RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, and BUCKLEY, BROOKE, and SHABAHANG, MOHSEN, and GILES, W. HEATH, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and BURNS, PHILLIP R., From Transition to Practice to Mastery in General Surgery, 103, 7:10

RITTER, KAITLIN, and PLANT, VALERIE H., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELLERS, MORGAN M., and WILLIAMS, AUSTIN D., and LAD, NEHA L., Paradigms to facilitate autonomy in resident education, 103, 8:40

RIVAS, PERLA J., and ROSS, EVAN, and ZAPATASIRVENT, RAMON, and WOLF, STEVEN, and HERNDON, DAVID N., and BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., and FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

ROBSON, STEPHEN J., and SCOTT, DAVID A., and COOPER, MICHAEL G., and WATTERS, DAVID A., and TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, and GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, and BATTEN, JOHN, Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

ROCHA, FLAVIO G., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Liquid biopsies in cancer clinical trials, 103, 8:70

–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and SMOOT, RORY L., ACS Clinical Research Program: Adjuvant therapies for biliary tract cancers, 103, 4:56

ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and SOARES, KEVIN C., and HE, JIN, ACS Clinical Research Program: Immunotherapy in solid tumor, 103, 6:46

ROSEN, JUSTIN, ACS trauma agenda advances on Capitol Hill, 103, 6:37

–ACS works with Congress to address the U.S. opioid crisis, 103, 9:30

–and JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER L., ACS Stop the Bleed advocacy agenda advances on Capitol Hill and in state capitols, 103, 11:30

ROSS, EVAN, and ZAPATA-SIRVENT, RAMON, and WOLF, STEVEN, and HERNDON, DAVID N., and BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., and FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, and RIVAS, PERLA J., Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF THE U.K. AND IRELAND, The Royal Colleges of Surgeons in the U.K. and Ireland: A common vision for global surgery, 103, 5:31

RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

RUSCH, VALERIE W., and BURNS, M. JANE, and KING, RICHARD V., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and HAWN, MARY T., and TZENG, EDITH, Exciting changes in the Scientific Forum this year, 103, 10:63

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SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and BURNS, PHILLIP R., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, and BUCKLEY, BROOKE, and SHABAHANG, MOHSEN, and GILES, W. HEATH, From Transition to Practice to Mastery in General Surgery, 103, 7:10

–and KING, RICHARD V., and HAWN, MARY T., and TZENG, EDITH, and RUSCH, VALERIE W., and BURNS, M. JANE, Exciting changes in the Scientific Forum this year, 103, 10:63

SAGE, JILL, and KOPP, ROBERT L., and FOE, LAUREN, The 2018 Medicare physician fee schedule: An overview of provisions that will affect surgical practices, 103, 1:10

SALCEDO-WASICEK, CAROLINA, and LANGDALE, LORRIE A., and KAO, LILLIAN S., and OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, and WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., and JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

SANGJI, NAVEEN, and BARRERA, KAYLENE, and STRONG, BETHANY, and TRACY, BRETT, Gun violence and firearm policy in the U.S.: A brief history and the current status, 103, 7:26

–and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and BARRERA, KAYLENE, Drug shortages: The invisible epidemic, 103, 11:24

SCARLET, SARA, and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL, and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, and HORN, CHRISTOPHER, and SHIPPER, EDWARD S. III, Respect for whose autonomy? Communicating with patients regarding trainee involvement, 103, 8:23

–and MILLER, PRINGL, Can communication proficiency mitigate moral distress among surgeons? A case study and call to action, 103, 7:34

SCHLANSER, VICTORIA, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Breaking the cage: Rib fractures, 103, 9:65

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Fixing the cage: Rib fixation of flail chest, 103, 11:57

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Medicating the cage: Pain management of rib fractures, 103, 10:53

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: A slice in time: Lower extremity compartment syndrome, 103,5:85

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Through the barricade: Blunt diaphragm injuries, 103, 6:51

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Up in arms: Upper extremity compartment syndrome, 103, 8:75

SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE S., Surgeon credits trauma system he helped to create with saving his life, 103, 4:22

–Women at the helm of the ACS: Charting the course to gender equity, 103, 9:11

–and FOX, MATTHEW, ACS Quality and Safety Conference emphasizes the value of partnering with providers and patients, 103, 10:55

SCHWARTZ, MARSHALL Z., Citation for Prof. Takeshi Miyano, MD, PhD, FACS, 103, 11:70

SCOTT, DAVID A., and COOPER, MICHAEL G., and WATTERS, DAVID A., and TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, and GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, and BATTEN, JOHN, and ROBSON, STEPHEN J., Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

SELLERS, MORGAN M., and WILLIAMS, AUSTIN D., and LAD, NEHA L., and RITTER, KAITLIN, and PLANT, VALERIE H., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., Paradigms to facilitate autonomy in resident education, 103, 8:40

SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and MABRY, CHARLES, and NAGLE, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for penetrating trauma, 103, 3:46

–and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: CPT coding for hepatobiliary surgery, 103, 10:41

SHABAHANG, MOHSEN, and GILES, W. HEATH, and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and BURNS, PHILLIP R., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, and BUCKLEY, BROOKE, From Transition to Practice to Mastery in General Surgery, 103, 7:10

SHEMIN, RICHARD J., In memoriam: Frank C. Spencer, MD, FACS, pioneering cardiothoracic surgeon, 103, 11:82

SHIPPER, EDWARD S. III, The 2017 RAS-ACS annual Communications Committee essay contest: An introduction, 103, 1:23

–and HORN, CHRISTOPHER, and SCARLET, SARA, and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL, and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, Respect for whose autonomy? Communicating with patients regarding trainee involvement, 103, 8:23

SIMON, KENNETH, What surgeons should know about…The 2018 inpatient-only list, 103, 5:72

SINANAN, MIKA N., and GANTT, NANCY LYNN, and DAVIS, KIMBERLY ANNE, Locum tenens surgery: An opportunity to improve access to quality surgical care, 103, 11:19

–and GANTT, NANCY LYNN, and DAVIS, KIMBERLY ANNE, Onboarding for surgeons: Preparation for practice, 103, 11:87

SISE, MICHAEL J., and IGNACIO, ROMEO C., and BRILL, JASON B., and HARRISON, EVAN K., The history of the scalpel: From flint to zirconium-coated steel, 103, 2:34

SMELSER, WOODSON, and VANDJELOVIC, NATHAN, and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and SUN, RAPHAEL C., Developing surgical autonomy through character development: Self-efficacy, grit, and resilience, 103, 8:30

SMITH, JAMES A. III, and BAKER, CHRISTOPHER C., and CLANCY, THOMAS V., and ECKHAUSER, FREDERIC E., and KESSEL, JAMES W., Residency to retirement: Retired surgeons as peer teachers in resident medical education: An underused resource, 103, 3:56

SMITH, COL. JAMES B., and CORNWELL, EDWARD E. III, and WILLIAMS, COL. MALLORY, and TADLOCK, CDR. MATTHEW D., U.S. Army and Navy surgeons collaborate to offer ATLS demonstration course in Afghanistan, 103, 3:69

SMITH, SAMUEL, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and NAGEL, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 103, 6:42

–and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and NAGEL, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Test your CPT coding knowledge for blunt trauma, 103, 8:61

–and McNALLY, MEGAN, and NAGEL, JAN, 2018 CPT coding changes, 103, 1:17

SMOOT, RORY L., and ROCHA, FLAVIO G., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Adjuvant therapies for biliary tract cancers, 103, 4:56

SNYDER, REBECCA A., and CHANG, GEORGE J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Surveillance testing for colorectal cancer: New evidence supports a change in guidelines, 103, 12:57

SOARES, KEVIN C., and HE, JIN, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Immunotherapy in solid tumor, 103, 6:46

SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

SOSA, LETICIA, and FUEGO, MARIA, and RABAZA, JORGE, and GONZALEZ, ANTHONY, and BERMAN, MARA, ACS quality and safety case studies: South Miami Hospital implements strategies for prevention of SSI in bariatric surgery, 103, 1:48

SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and HOWARD, JEFF, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and TRACY, BRETT, The autonomy crisis: A call to action for resident advocacy, 103, 8:15

–and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, and TRACY, BRETT, and REISS, ALISHA, and COLEMAN, JULIA, Physician extenders and surgical training: Integration or separation?, 103, 8:53

STARK, MICHAEL, and VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and BULGER, EILEEN M., Gun violence and firearm policy: An introduction from the ACS COT, 103, 7:24

–and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., and WINCHELL, ROBERT J., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

STOKES, SEAN, ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit: A resident’s perspective, 103, 8:89

STRONG, BETHANY, and TRACY, BRETT, and SANGJI, NAVEEN, and BARRERA, KAYLENE, Gun violence and firearm policy in the U.S.: A brief history and the current status, 103, 7:26

SUBRAMANIAN, MELANIE, and KLINGENSMITH, MARY, and WELLEN, JASON, and CHAPMAN, WILLIAM C., Jr., From residency to retirement: The pillars of personal financial success: Filling a critical gap in surgical education, 103, 9:54

SUDARSHAN, MONISHA, and TORRES, MADELINE B., and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, Assessing resident autonomy: What tools are available?, 103, 8:46

SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., and WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

SUN, RAPHAEL C., and SMELSER, WOODSON, and VANDJELOVIC, NATHAN, and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., Developing surgical autonomy through character development: Self-efficacy, grit, and resilience, 103, 8:30

SUTTON, JON H., and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., ACS delegation shapes policy at AMA HOD meeting, 103, 3:73

–and TURNER, PATRICIA L., AMA House of Delegates meeting: Setting policy for organized medicine, 103, 9:83

SWENDIMAN, ROBERT A., The 2017 RAS-ACS annual Communications Committee essay contest: First-place essay: Gravitas, 103, 1:24

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TADLOCK, CDR. MATTHEW D., and SMITH, COL. JAMES B., and CORNWELL, EDWARD E. III, and WILLIAMS, COL. MALLORY, U.S. Army and Navy surgeons collaborate to offer ATLS demonstration course in Afghanistan, 103, 3:69

TALBOTT, HEATHER, When passion and curiosity collide: The beginnings of the ATLS program, 103, 3:19

TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, and GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, and BATTEN, JOHN, and ROBSON, STEPHEN J., and SCOTT, DAVID A., and COOPER, MICHAEL G., and WATTERS, DAVID A., Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

TARPLEY, MARGARET J., and HEITMAN, ELIZABETH, and WALL, ANJI E., From residency to retirement: M&M conferences provide forum for discussion of ethical issues, 103, 8:65

TAVERAS, LUIS R., and JAJJA, MOHAMMAD RAHEEL, and EHLERS, ANNE P., Perceptions of resident operative autonomy, 103, 8:35

TAYLOR, JESSICA, Physician extenders: Integrated members of surgical teams, 103, 11:39

TEFERA, GIRMA, and TURNER, PATRICIA L., ACS: Global engagement for the care of the surgical patient, 103, 5:63

THOMPSON, BRITTANI, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Baby on board: Trauma in pregnancy, 103, 3:66

THOMPSON, ERRINGTON C., From residency to retirement: A trauma surgeon on trial, 103, 1:55

TORRES, MADELINE B., and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and SUDARSHAN, MONISHA, Assessing resident autonomy: What tools are available?, 103, 8:46

TRACY, BRETT, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and HOWARD, JEFF, The autonomy crisis: A call to action for resident advocacy, 103, 8:15

–and REISS, ALISHA, and COLEMAN, JULIA, and STADELI, KATHRYN, and CHOTAI, PRANIT, and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER, Physician extenders and surgical training: Integration or separation?, 103, 8:53

–and SANGJI, NAVEEN, and BARRERA, KAYLENE, and STRONG, BETHANY, Gun violence and firearm policy in the U.S.: A brief history and the current status, 103, 7:26

TURNER, MEGAN C., and MANTYH, CHRISTOPHER R., ACS quality and safety case studies: A multidisciplinary approach reduces clostridium difficile infections in adult surgical patients, 103, 9:48

TURNER, PATRICIA L., and BASS, BARBARA LEE, and BURA, CONNIE M., Addressing intimate partner violence in the surgical community: Is there a need?, 103, 10:11

–and SUTTON, JON H., AMA House of Delegates meeting: Setting policy for organized medicine, 103, 9:83

–and TEFERA, GIRMA, ACS: Global engagement for the care of the surgical patient, 103, 5:63

TZENG, EDITH, and RUSCH, VALERIE W., and BURNS, M. JANE, and KING, RICHARD V., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and HAWN, MARY T., Exciting changes in the Scientific Forum this year, 103, 10:63

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VANDJELOVIC, NATHAN, and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and SUN, RAPHAEL C., and SMELSER, WOODSON, Developing surgical autonomy through character development: Self-efficacy, grit, and resilience, 103, 8:30

VANOVER, MELISSA, ACS quality and safety case studies: UC Davis implements a clinical practice guideline for postoperative management of pediatric appendicitis, 103, 11:45

VELMAHOS, GEORGE C., Citation for Prof. Selman Uranues, MD, Dr(hc), FACS, 103, 11:76

VWALIKA, BELLINGTON, and DANSO, KWABENA, and ANDERSON, FRANK W.J., and ROA, LINA, and BENEDETTO, CHIARA, and CITRON, ISABELLE, and CURET, LUIS, and ECKHARDT, CARLA, and JOHNSON, CLARK, and LEVY, BARBARA S., and NEGUSSIE, DEREJE, and RULISA, STEPHEN, and SOHAIL, RUBINA, and SPITZER, RACHEL, and STARK, MICHAEL, Obstetrics and gynecology in global health: Lessons learned for advancing public health to achieve universal health care, 103, 5:49

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WALL, ANJI E., and TARPLEY, MARGARET J., and HEITMAN, ELIZABETH, From residency to retirement: M&M conferences provide forum for discussion of ethical issues, 103, 8:65

WARD, LUTHER E., and BOWDER, ALEXIS N., and RAYMONVILLE, MAXI, and JEAN-LOUIS, WILLY FILS, and JEAN-LOUIS, MAC LEE, and PAUYO, THIERRY, and STEER, MICHAEL L., and FARMER, PAUL E., and SULLIVAN, STEPHEN R., and EISENSON, DANIEL L., Scaling-up surgical care in rural Haiti, 103, 6:23

WATTERS, DAVID A., and TANGI, LORD VILIAMI, and GUEST, GLENN DOUGLAS, and BATTEN, JOHN, and ROBSON, STEPHEN J., and SCOTT, DAVID A., and COOPER, MICHAEL G., Countries and colleges collaborate to improve access in Oceania and Southeast Asia, 103, 5:21

WEISSLER, MARK C., Citation for Prof. Tania Maria Sih, MD, PhD, 103, 11:75

WELLEN, JASON, and CHAPMAN, WILLIAM C., Jr., and SUBRAMANIAN, MELANIE, and KLINGENSMITH, MARY, From residency to retirement: The pillars of personal financial success: Filling a critical gap in surgical education, 103, 9:54

WELSH, DAVID, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and ANDREONE, PETER, and PARAMO, JUAN C., 2017 ACS Governors Survey: Ergonomic injuries and their prevention, 103, 6:30

WEXNER, STEVEN D., Citation for Prof. Jakob Izbicki, MD, PhD, FACS, FRCSEd(Hon), 103, 11:67

WEYMULLER, ERNEST A., and JIMENEZ, CECILIA, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and SALCEDOWASICEK, CAROLINA, and LANGDALE, LORRIE A., and KAO, LILLIAN S., and OYETUNJI, SHAKIRAT, ACS delegation visits Israel, 103, 11:12

WHITACRE, ERIC, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about CPT coding for breast surgery: An update, 103, 9:45

WICK, ELIZABETH, and McSWINE, STACEY, and HANAHAN-GATZ, ERIN, and YUAN, CHRISTINA, AHRQ Safety Program for ISCR expands scope in 2019, 103, 12:16

WILLIAMS, AUSTIN D., and LAD, NEHA L., and RITTER, KAITLIN, and PLANT, VALERIE H., and ESKANDER, MARIAM F., and SELLERS, MORGAN M., Paradigms to facilitate autonomy in resident education, 103, 8:40

WILLIAMS, COL. MALLORY, and TADLOCK, CDR. MATTHEW D., and SMITH, JAMES B., and CORNWELL, COL. EDWARD E. III, U.S. Army and Navy surgeons collaborate to offer ATLS demonstration course in Afghanistan, 103, 3:69

WINCHELL, ROBERT J., and STEWART, RONALD M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH A., and FILDES, JOHN J., and JOHNSON, MATTHEW, and DORT, SEAN D., and JACOBS, LENWORTH M. JR., and EASTMAN, ALEXANDER E., Southern Nevada Trauma System uses proven techniques to save lives after 1 October shooting, 103, 3:39

WOELFEL, INGRID A., NPPs: Exploring their contribution and impact on resident education, 103, 11:36

WOLF, STEVEN, and HERNDON, DAVID N., and BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., and FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, and RIVAS, PERLA J., and ROSS, EVAN, and ZAPATA-SIRVENT, RAMON, Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

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YAWE, KING-DAVID TERNA, West African College of Surgeons and its role in global surgery, 103, 5:60

YOU, Y. NANCY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and CLARK, CLANCY J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Colorectal cancer in adults younger than 50 years old, 103, 10:47

–and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Clinical trials for surgeons: Hurdles and opportunities, 103, 1:58

–and MEYERHARDT, JEFFREY A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Duration of adjuvant therapy for stage III colon cancer: No longer one size fits all, 103, 5:77

YU, JENNIFER, and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and PUNCH, LAURIE J., and ZARATE RODRIGUEZ, JORGE G., Victims of violence: An ethical conflict between patient rights and institutional policy, 103, 10:29

YUAN, CHRISTINA, and WICK, ELIZABETH, and McSWINE, STACEY, and HANAHAN-GATZ, ERIN, AHRQ Safety Program for ISCR expands scope in 2019, 103, 12:16

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ZAPATA-SIRVENT, RAMON, and WOLF, STEVEN, and HERNDON, DAVID N., and BLEARS, ELIZABETH E., and FONCERRADA, GUILLERMO, and RIVAS, PERLA J., and ROSS, EVAN, Shriners Hospitals: Making the dream of global surgery a reality for pediatric burn patients, 103, 9:19

ZARATE RODRIGUEZ, JORGE G., and YU, JENNIFER, and KODNER, IRA J., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and PUNCH, LAURIE J., Victims of violence: An ethical conflict between patient rights and institutional policy, 103, 10:29

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