2019 Author index

2019 Bulletin

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AKAY, BEGUM, and CIRINO, JENNIFER A., and LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., and PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., and AL-HADIDI, AMEER, and RIGGS, THOMAS W., and NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

AL-HADIDI, AMEER, and RIGGS, THOMAS W., and NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., and AKAY, BEGUM, and CIRINO, JENNIFER A., and LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., and PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

ALIMI, YEWANDE, and ALTIERI, MARIA S., and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and TORRES, MADELINE B., and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

ALTIERI, MARIA S., and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and TORRES, MADELINE B., and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and ALIMI, YEWANDE, A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and PORIES, SUSAN E., and BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

–and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and WELSH, DAVID, and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and PARAMO, JUAN C., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Burnout—a growing challenge, 104, 6:19

–and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and SMITH, JULIAN, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, and KIRBY, JOHN, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

ARIBINDI, VASMI, and RYAN, RANDI, and LEE, K. BENJAMIN, and TRACY, BRETT M., and STADELI, KATHRYN M., and COLEMAN, JULIA R., The transformation of surgical education and its influence on resident wellness, 104, 8:15

ARMENIA, SARAH J., From residency to retirement: Medical Student Program at Clinical Congress has lasting impact, 104, 8:52

AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and PORIES, SUSAN E., and BAXTER, NANCY N., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

–and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and WELSH, DAVID, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Burnout—a growing challenge, 104, 6:19

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BAILEY, PATRICK V., Joint contracting under antitrust laws: An overview, 104, 12:54

BALCH, CHARLES, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and KLIMBERG, V. SUZANNE, ACS Clinical Research Program: Could axillary reverse mapping be useful in reducing surgical comorbidities?, 104, 11:58

BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

BASS, BARBARA LEE, Citation for Prof. Laurence Chiché, MD, PhD, 104, 11:83

BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and PORIES, SUSAN E., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

BAZUR-LEIDY, SADIE, Profiles in surgical volunteerism: Mark W. Asplund, Jr., MD, FACS, provides care to underserved population in Malawi, 104, 9:44

–Your ACS Benefits: Operation Giving Back provides array of volunteer opportunities, 104, 8:71

BERRY, CHERISSE, and PORIES, SUSAN, From the Archives: Matilda Arabella Evans, MD: Resolute, resilient, resourceful, 104, 11:61

BESSLER, MARC, and BRETHAUER, STACY, and HERRON, DANIEL M., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

–and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE, and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and MORTON, JOHN M., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

BILIMORIA, KARL, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence benefit from access to outcomes measures and mentors, 104, 1:92

BISHOP, ANDREW J., and RATAN, RAVIN, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., ACS Clinical Research Program: Evolution in the management of desmoid tumors: Challenging the role of upfront surgical resection, 104, 10:49

BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and MAHER, JAMES W., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and SARWER, DAVID, Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review, 104, 3:41

–and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and KAPLAN, LEE M., The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

BORDEIANOU, LILIANA, Traveling Fellow to Japan reports on experience, 104, 8:84

BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and BALCH, CHARLES, and KLIMBERG, V. SUZANNE, ACS Clinical Research Program: Could axillary reverse mapping be useful in reducing surgical comorbidities?, 104, 11:58

–and FOURNIER, KEITH F., and GROTZ, TRAVIS E., ACS Clinical Research Program: Cytoreduction with or without HIPEC: Where do we go from here?, 104, 2:41

–and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and ITANI, KAMAL M.F., ACS Clinical Research Program: Opportunities at Clinical Congress 2019 to increase surgeon participation in clinical research, 104, 6:39

–and MARTIN, LINDA W., and CROGHAN, IVANA T., ACS Clinical Research Program: Preoperative smoking intervention techniques improve outcomes for lung cancer patients, 104, 4:58

–and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and SNYDER, REBECCA A., and IKOMA, NARUHIKO, ACS Clinical Research Program: Gastric cancer: Recent updates in surgical and multimodality therapy, 104, 8:55

–and SHEN, PERRY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Robotic surgery for hepatic neoplasms: Where does it fit in the minimally invasive surgery landscape?, 104, 1:75

–and SINICROPE, FRANK, and PETERS, WALTER, ACS Clinical Research Program: Atezolizumab in the adjuvant treatment of stage III colon cancer: Can PD-L1 inhibition improve survival?, 104, 3:65

–and ZAGER, JONATHAN S., and HIEKEN, TINA J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Putting the needle before the knife: Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma, 104, 9:61

BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and LUDI, ERICA K., and HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

BOWDEN, HALEY, and SAGE, JILL, What to expect from the 2019 Quality Payment Program, 104, 1:15

BRADLEY, KEVIN M., and FARRELL, MICHAEL S., and GILLIN, TOM, and EMBERGER, JOHN, and CAPLAN, RICHARD, and JOHNS, MICHAEL S., and CIPOLLE, MARK, ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

BRENNAN, SIR MURRAY F., From residency to retirement: Caring: Isn’t that why we went to medical school?, 104, 12:10

BRETHAUER, STACY, and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and HERRON, DANIEL M., Definition and history of metabolic surgery, 104, 1:44

–and HERRON, DANIEL M., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and BESSLER, MARC, Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

–and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and HIGA, KELVIN, and MORTON, JOHN M., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and NGUYEN, NINH T., Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

BRITT, L.D., and SACHDEVA, AJIT K., Establishment of the American College of Surgeons Academy of Master Surgeon Educators, 104, 4:26

BROOKLAND, ROBERT K., and MALLIN, KATHERINE, NCDB cancer bytes: Current trends in prostate cancer: The role of brachytherapy, 104, 4:64

BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

BRUNICARDI, F. CHARLES, and HUSSAIN, S. AMJAD, and JULIAN, JUSTIN A., and DEMETER, JONATHAN H., and SFERRA, JOSEPH J., John M. Howard: A pioneer in vascular, trauma, and pancreatic surgery, 104, 5:28

BUCHWALD, HENRY, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BRETHAUER, STACY, Definition and history of metabolic surgery, 104, 1:44

–and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

BULGER, EILEEN M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH, and STEWART, RONALD M., A comprehensive approach to firearm injury prevention: ACS Committee on Trauma hosts historic summit, 104, 10:21

BUTSCH, DAVID W., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and SMITH, JULIAN, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

–and SMITH, JULIAN, and PORIES, SUSAN E., and BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

–and SMITH, JULIAN, and WELSH, DAVID, and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Burnout—a growing challenge, 104, 6:19

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CANCIO, LEOPOLDO C., and STEWART, RONALD M., In memoriam: Dr. Pruitt remembered as a leader in burns, trauma, critical care, 104, 6:45

CAPLAN, RICHARD, and JOHNS, MICHAEL S., and CIPOLLE, MARK, and BRADLEY, KEVIN M., and FARRELL, MICHAEL S., and GILLIN, TOM, and EMBERGER, JOHN, ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, and FRANKEL, BRIAN, Participate in the 2019 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, 104, 2:61

–and OEHMEN, KATIE, and McDONALD, KRISTIN, Grassroots advocacy demonstrated at Advocacy Summit, 104, 7:72

CARPENTER, ROBERT O., and SCHERER, ELIZABETH, and GHAWI, JORDAN, and STEWART, RONALD M., and WALKER, J. PATRICK, and MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

CAVALLARO, ANTONINO, and DI MARZO, LUCA, and STIPA, SERGIO, and IASCONE, CLEMENTE, and MORALDI, ALDO, and STERPETTI, ANTONIO V., From residency to retirement: The Italian surgeons who helped build international relationships, 104, 4:55

CHANG, GEORGE J., and SNYDER, REBECCA A., Financial toxicity: A growing burden for cancer patients, 104, 9:38

CHICAGO COMMITTEE ON TRAUMA EXECUTIVE BOARD, From residency to retirement: Chicago Committee on Trauma responds to intimate partner shootings, 104, 6:36

CHIPMAN, JANET R., and SMITH, JASON W., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, The ACS Quality and Safety Program: Louisville hospitals participate in first site visits, 104, 4:16

CHISHIMBA, SUSAN, and MA, MEIXI, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and FLUM, DAVID R., and VARGHESE, THOMAS K., JR., The ACS Strong for Surgery program: Changing clinician and system behavior to optimize health before surgery, 104, 10:11

CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

CHRISTENSEN, KATARYNA, and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and ZHANG, LINDSEY M., and MA, MEIXI, From blueprints to blastoff: Launching the GSV Quality Improvement Program, 104, 7:10

CIPOLLE, MARK, and BRADLEY, KEVIN M., and FARRELL, MICHAEL S., and GILLIN, TOM, and EMBERGER, JOHN, and CAPLAN, RICHARD, and JOHNS, MICHAEL S., ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

CIRINO, JENNIFER A., and LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., and PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., and AL-HADIDI, AMEER, and RIGGS, THOMAS W., and NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., and AKAY, BEGUM, ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

COFFRON, MATTHEW, and OPELKA, FRANK G., and SAGE, JILL, and ZLATOS, CARRIE, Redefining surgical value in the Quality Payment Program, 104, 7:15

–and ZLATOS, CARRIE, Medicare physician payment on the decline: It’s not your imagination, 104, 9:31

COLEMAN, JULIA R., and ARIBINDI, VASMI, and RYAN, RANDI, and LEE, K. BENJAMIN, and TRACY, BRETT M., and STADELI, KATHRYN M., The transformation of surgical education and its influence on resident wellness, 104, 8:15

–and TRACY, BRETT M., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER F., and RYAN, RANDI, Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?, 104, 8:45

CORNWELL, EDWARD E. III, and FREDERICK, WAYNE A.I., In memoriam: LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr., MD, FACS—A life without boundaries, 104, 9:72

CROGHAN, IVANA T., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and MARTIN, LINDA W., ACS Clinical Research Program: Preoperative smoking intervention techniques improve outcomes for lung cancer patients, 104, 4:58

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DAN, DILIP VIJAY, Citation for Prof. Vijay Naraynsingh, MD, FACS, 104, 11:92

DARE, ANNA, and SINCLAIR, TIFFANY J., From residency to retirement: Moving the mark on harassment in surgical training, 104, 11:55

DATTA, JASHODEEP, and YOU, Y. NANCY, and ROSES, ROBERT E., ACS Clinical Research Program: Defining the optimal treatment of locally advanced gastric cancer, 104, 5:71

DAVIS, DAWN, and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and HOYT, DAVID B., Looking forward, 104, 11:10

DAVIS, KIMBERLY A., From the Archives: Dr. Mary Edwards Walker: War surgeon, suffragette, and pioneer in women’s rights, 104, 7:56

DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and MORTON, JOHN M., and HOYT, DAVID B., American College of Surgeons quality and safety programs in metabolic surgery, 104, 6:26

–and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and BESSLER, MARC, and BRETHAUER, STACY, and HERRON, DANIEL, Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

DEMETER, JONATHAN H., and SFERRA, JOSEPH J., and BRUNICARDI, F. CHARLES, and HUSSAIN, S. AMJAD, and JULIAN, JUSTIN A., John M. Howard: A pioneer in vascular, trauma, and pancreatic surgery, 104, 5:28

DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

DHAGE, SHUBHADA, and KUY, SREYRAM, and GROVER, AMELIA, Profiles in diversity: Surgeon leaders need to educate, elevate, and energize to create a culture of diversity: An interview with Dr. Julie Freischlag, 104, 4:20

–and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and BESSLER, MARC, and BRETHAUER, STACY, and HERRON, DANIEL M., Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

DI MARZO, LUCA, and STIPA, SERGIO, and IASCONE, CLEMENTE, and MORALDI, ALDO, and CAVALLARO, ANTONINO, and STERPETTI, ANTONIO V., From residency to retirement: The Italian surgeons who helped build international relationships, 104, 4:55

DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, and MORTON, JOHN M., and MATTAR, SAMER G., Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

DOUGLASS, BRANDON G., and HELLER, STEPHANIE F., and ROSKOS, MICHAEL C., and LEHMAN, RANDY C., Mayo Clinic joins the national effort to train tomorrow’s rural surgeons, 104, 10:33

DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and SMITH, JULIAN, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

–and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and PORIES, SUSAN E., and BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

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EDER, ROBERT, and HOPEWOOD, PETER, NCDB cancer bytes: Comparison of NCDB and CBTRUS demographic data for astrocytoma and glioblastoma, 104, 12:69

ELLIOTT, BRADLEY, Your ACS benefits: Unlock savings on products and services through the ACS, 104, 6:50

EMAMAULLEE, JULIET, Profiles in surgical research: Shafique Keshavjee, MD, FACS, FRCSC, 104, 7:25

EMBERGER, JOHN, and CAPLAN, RICHARD, and JOHNS, MICHAEL S., and CIPOLLE, MARK, and BRADLEY, KEVIN M., and FARRELL, MICHAEL S., and GILLIN, TOM, ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

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FACKTOR, MATTHEW, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and SANDS, JACOB, and MARTIN, LINDA W., and WIGLE, DENNIS, ACS Clinical Research Program: ALCHEMIST trial has potential to improve outcomes after lung cancer resection, 104, 12:67

FANOUS, MEDHAT, 2018 Nizar N. Oweida Scholar offers perspective, 104, 9:88

FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: 2017 research dataset: Pediatric component, 104, 2:51

–NTDB data points: 2017 research dataset released, 104, 1:83

–NTDB data points: Fall from grace: Balcony-related trauma, 104, 7:60

–NTDB data points: Tawny trauma: Cirrhosis affects patient response to trauma, 104, 9:68

–NTDB data points: Trauma at Thanksgiving, 104, 11:67

–NTDB data points: Under the influence: Alcohol-related trauma, 104, 8:62

–and FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, NTDB data points: Back stabbers and the renal wounds they inflict, 104, 5:78

–and FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, NTDB data points: Bullet to the bean: Renal gunshot wounds, 104, 6:43

–and FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, NTDB data points: Traumatic injuries below the belt, 104, 3:73

–and FANTUS, ROBERT JOSHUA, NTDB data points: Bloodshot: Ocular lacerations from gunshot wounds, 104, 10:55

–and NIO, KUSUMA, NTDB data points: Old, irregular, thin, and falling, 104, 4:69

FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Back stabbers and the renal wounds they inflict, 104, 5:78

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Bullet to the bean: Renal gunshot wounds, 104, 6:43

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Traumatic injuries below the belt, 104, 3:73

FANTUS, ROBERT JOSHUA, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Bloodshot: Ocular lacerations from gunshot wounds, 104, 10:55

FARRELL, MICHAEL S., and GILLIN, TOM, and EMBERGER, JOHN, and CAPLAN, RICHARD, and JOHNS, MICHAEL S., and CIPOLLE, MARK, and BRADLEY, KEVIN M., ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

FLUM, DAVID R., and VARGHESE, THOMAS K., JR., and CHISHIMBA, SUSAN, and MA, MEIXI, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., The ACS Strong for Surgery program: Changing clinician and system behavior to optimize health before surgery, 104, 10:11

FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GANGER, MICHEL, and HIGA, KELVIN, Metabolic surgery: Procedures vary internationally, 104, 4:38

–and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BRETHAUER, STACY, and BUCHWALD, HENRY, Definition and history of metabolic surgery, 104, 1:44

FOE, LAUREN, and JEFFCOAT, HALEY, What surgeons should know about…Medicare enrollment and participation, 104, 12:57

–and O’GRADY MURRAY, MOLLY, and JEFFCOAT, HALEY, The 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule: How will it affectsurgeons and hospitals?, 104, 12:22

–and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, The 2019 Medicare physician fee schedule: An overview of provisions that will affect surgical practices, 104, 1:11

–and ZLATOS, CARRIE, ACS acts to address burdensome, inappropriate use of prior authorization, 104, 12:28

FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

FOURNIER, KEITH F., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and GROTZ, TRAVIS E., ACS Clinical Research Program: Cytoreduction with or without HIPEC: Where do we go from here?, 104, 2:41

FOX, MATTHEW, Climate change: What does it mean for the future of surgery?, 104, 9:12

–Surgeons honored for volunteerism and humanitarianism, 104, 10:66

–and SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, 2019 ACS Quality and Safety Conference focuses on putting the patient first, value-based care, 104, 10:57

FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and ITANI, KAMAL M.F., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Opportunities at Clinical Congress 2019 to increase surgeon participation in clinical research, 104, 6:39

FRANKEL, BRIAN, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, Participate in the 2019 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, 104, 2:61

–and MOREAU, LUKE, Chapter news, 104, 2:69, 4:77, 6:53, 8:78, 10:83, 12:89

FREDERICK, WAYNE A.I., and CORNWELL, EDWARD E. III, In memoriam: LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr., MD, FACS—A life without boundaries, 104, 9:72

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GABRIEL, EMMANUEL M., YFA Communications Committee Essay Contest winner: Understanding leadership for the patient through personal experience, 104, 10:44

GAGNER, MICHEL, and HIGA, KELVIN, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., Metabolic surgery: Procedures vary internationally, 104, 4:38

–and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and MAHER, JAMES W., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., Neurologic metabolic surgery: A review, 104, 3:48

GARCIA-AGUILAR, JULIO, and YOU, Y. NANCY, and SMITH, J. JOSHUA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Organ preservation in rectal adenocarcinoma: The OPRA Trial, 104, 7:52

GHAWI, JORDAN, and STEWART, RONALD M., and WALKER, J. PATRICK, and MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., and CARPENTER, ROBERT O., and SCHERER, ELIZABETH, Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

GILLIN, TOM, and EMBERGER, JOHN, and CAPLAN, RICHARD, and JOHNS, MICHAEL S., and CIPOLLE, MARK, and BRADLEY, KEVIN M., and FARRELL, MICHAEL S., ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

GOLDMAN, JOSHUA J., The 2018 RAS-ACS annual Communications Committee essay contest: Balance on a very thin wire, 104, 2:36

GREENE, FREDERICK L., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., The AJCC: 60 years of cancer staging leadership, 104, 7:21

ROAH, LINDA, and HOYT, DAVID B., and MOALEM, JACOB, and MARKEL, TROY A., and PLAGENHOEF, JEFFREY, Proceedings and recommendations from the OR attire summit: A collaborative model for guideline development, 104, 5:13

GROTZ, TRAVIS E., and FOURNIER, KEITH F., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Cytoreduction with or without HIPEC: Where do we go from here?, 104, 2:41

GROVER, AMELIA, and DHAGE, SHUBHADA, and KUY, SREYRAM, Profiles in diversity: Surgeon leaders need to educate, elevate, and energize to create a culture of diversity: An interview with Dr. Julie Freischlag, 104, 4:20

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HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and LUDI, ERICA K., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

HELD, JENNY M., and NAKAYAMA, DON, Louisa Garrett Anderson and Flora Murray: Redefining gender roles in military medicine, 104, 4:11

HELLER, STEPHANIE F., and ROSKOS, MICHAEL C., and LEHMAN, RANDY C., and DOUGLASS, BRANDON G., Mayo Clinic joins the national effort to train tomorrow’s rural surgeons, 104, 10:33

HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, and MORTON, JOHN M., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

–and BRETHAUER, STACY, and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., Definition and history of metabolic surgery, 104, 1:44

–and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and BESSLER, MARC, and BRETHAUER, STACY, Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

HIGA, KELVIN, and GAGNER, MICHEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., Metabolic surgery: Procedures vary internationally, 104, 4:38

–and MA, PEARL, and LLOYD, AARON, ACS quality and safety case studies: ERABS leads to reduced opioid use among bariatric surgery patients, 104, 1:66

–and MORTON, JOHN M., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and NGUYEN, NINH T., and BRETHAUER, STACY, and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

–and WITTGROVE, ALAN C., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MAHER, JAMES W., Metabolic surgery in private practice, 104, 4:32

HIEKEN, TINA J., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ZAGER, JONATHAN S., ACS Clinical Research Program: Putting the needle before the knife: Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma, 104, 9:61

HISCOCK, STEPHEN, and SARAP, MICHAEL D., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery call coverage: Innovative locoregional solutions can fill the gap, 104, 4:52

HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, and LUDI, ERICA K., and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL N., and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:22

HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., Nurturing wellness and fostering resilience during a surgical career: An introduction, 104, 8:12

HOPEWOOD, PETER, and EDER, ROBERT, NCDB cancer bytes: Comparison of NCDB and CBTRUS demographic data for astrocytoma and glioblastoma, 104, 12:69

HOYT, DAVID B., Looking forward, 104, 1:9 (Dr. Uranues’ comments on surgical societies); 2:8 (“staying in our lane” on firearm violence); 3:9 (value-based care); 4:9 (the Red Book and hospital standards); 5:10 (member survey on health care marketplace); 6:8 (San Francisco highlights); 7:8 (unanticipated/surprise billing); 8:9 (Clinical Congress 2019); 9:10 (Surgical Metrics Project); 12:7 (year in review)

–Executive Director’s annual report, 104, 12:37

–and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and MORTON, JOHN M., American College of Surgeons quality and safety programs in metabolic surgery, 104, 6:26

–and MOALEM, JACOB, and MARKEL, TROY A., and PLAGENHOEF, JEFFREY, and GROAH, LINDA, Proceedings and recommendations from the OR attire summit: A collaborative model for guideline development, 104, 5:13

–and OPELKA, FRANK G., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., Looking forward (ACS THRIVE), 104, 10:9

–and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and DAVIS, DAWN, Looking forward (cross-cultural health systems), 104, 11:10

HUNG FONG, SUY SEN, and SUBHASIS, MISRA, RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?—Pro, 104, 11:43

HUSSAIN, S. AMJAD, and JULIAN, JUSTIN A., and DEMETER, JONATHAN H., and SFERRA, JOSEPH J., and BRUNICARDI, F. CHARLES, John M. Howard: A pioneer in vascular, trauma, and pancreatic surgery, 104, 5:28

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IASCONE, CLEMENTE, and CAVALLARO, ANTONINO, and MORALDI, ALDO, and STERPETTI, ANTONIO V., and DI MARZO, LUCA, and STIPA, SERGIO, From residency to retirement: The Italian surgeons who helped build international relationships, 104, 4:55

IKOMA, NARUHIKO, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and SNYDER, REBECCA A., ACS Clinical Research Program: Gastric cancer: Recent updates in surgical and multimodality therapy, 104, 8:55

INABNET, WILLIAM B., III, and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and KING, RICHARD V., and RICHARDS, WILLIAM O., Nominate Icons in Surgery for presentation at a future Clinical Congress, 104, 1:89

INGRAHAM, ANGELA, Profiles in surgical research: Barbara Lee Bass, MD, FACS, 104, 10:26

ITANI, KAMAL M.F., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Opportunities at Clinical Congress 2019 to increase surgeon participation in clinical research, 104, 6:39

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JEFFCOAT, HALEY, and FOE, LAUREN, and O’GRADY MURRAY, MOLLY, The 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule: How will it affectsurgeons and hospitals?, 104, 12:22

–and FOE, LAUREN, What surgeons should know about…Medicare enrollment and participation, 104, 12:57

JINDAL, RAHUL M., and SARKAR, RUMU, Legal and financial models for public-private partnerships: Making global outreach more feasible, 104, 2:11

JOHNS, MICHAEL S., and CIPOLLE, MARK, and BRADLEY, KEVIN M., and FARRELL, MICHAEL S., and GILLIN, TOM, and EMBERGER, JOHN, and CAPLAN, RICHARD, ACS quality and safety case studies: New protocol leads to improved trauma decannulation rate, 104, 11:51

JOHNSON, CHRISTIAN, and JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER, Trauma and cancer take center stage in the state legislatures, 104, 5:35

JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER L., 2019 State Lobby Days: Advocating for patient care in state capitols, 104, 10:39

–2019 state legislative review: State legislatures tackle a range of patient safety, access, and quality of care is, 104, 12:33

–and JOHNSON, CHRISTIAN, Trauma and cancer take center stage in the state legislatures, 104, 5:35

and– SUERMANN, AMELIA, The CoC: Ensuring quality cancer care and a commitment to advocacy for cancer research and prevention, 104, 11:38

JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL N., and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, and LUDI, ERICA K., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:22

JULIAN, JUSTIN A., and DEMETER, JONATHAN H., and SFERRA, JOSEPH J., and BRUNICARDI, F. CHARLES, and HUSSAIN, S. AMJAD, John M. Howard: A pioneer in vascular, trauma, and pancreatic surgery, 104, 5:28

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KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER F., and RYAN, RANDI, and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and TRACY, BRETT M., Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?, 104, 8:45

–and LUDI, ERICA K., and HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and TORRES, MADELINE B., and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and ALIMI, YEWANDE, and ALTIERI, MARIA S., and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

KAO, ANGELA M., ACS quality and safety case studies: Dedicated pre- and postoperative unit leads to fast-track pathway for noncomplicated pediatric appendicitis, 104, 3:60

KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

–and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, and LUDI, ERICA K., and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL N., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:22

–and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and LUDI, ERICA K., and HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and TORRES, MADELINE B., and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and ALIMI, YEWANDE, and ALTIERI, MARIA S., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

KENNEDY, MEGHAN P., From the Archives: John Gabbert Bowman, first Executive Director of the ACS, 104, 5:73

KING, RICHARD V., and RICHARDS, WILLIAM O., and INABNET, WILLIAM B., III, and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., Nominate Icons in Surgery for presentation at a future Clinical Congress, 104, 1:89

KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and SMITH, JULIAN, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

KLIMBERG, V. SUZANNE, and BALCH, CHARLES, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Could axillary reverse mapping be useful in reducing surgical comorbidities?, 104, 11:58

KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL, ACS Clinical Scholars in Residence benefit from access to outcomes measures and mentors, 104, 1:92

–and FLUM, DAVID R., and VARGHESE, THOMAS K., JR., and CHISHIMBA, SUSAN, and MA, MEIXI, The ACS Strong for Surgery program: Changing clinician and system behavior to optimize health before surgery, 104, 10:11

–and OPELKA, FRANK G., and HOYT, DAVID B., Looking forward, 104, 10:9

–and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and ZHANG, LINDSEY M., and MA, MEIXI, and CHRISTENSEN, KATARYNA, and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., From blueprints to blastoff: Launching the GSV Quality Improvement Program, 104, 7:10

KOTHARI, SHANU, and MAHER, JAMES W., and HIGA, KELVIN, and WITTGROVE, ALAN C., and MATTAR, SAMER G., Metabolic surgery in private practice, 104, 4:32

–and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and NGUYEN, NINH T., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, The American College of Surgeons and accreditation of metabolic surgery, 104, 6:31

KOZAR, ROSEMARY A., Citation for Prof. Yoko Kato, MD, PhD, 104, 11:86

KUHLS, DEBORAH, and STEWART, RONALD M., and BULGER, EILEEN M., A comprehensive approach to firearm injury prevention: ACS Committee on Trauma hosts historic summit, 104, 10:21

KUY, SREYRAM, and GROVER, AMELIA, and DHAGE, SHUBHADA, Profiles in diversity: Surgeon leaders need to educate, elevate, and energize to create a culture of diversity: An interview with Dr. Julie Freischlag, 104, 4:20

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LEE, K. BENJAMIN, and TRACY, BRETT M., and STADELI, KATHRYN M., and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and ARIBINDI, VAMSI, and RYAN, RANDI, The transformation of surgical education and its influence on resident wellness, 104, 8:15

LEHMAN, RANDY C., and DOUGLASS, BRANDON G., and HELLER, STEPHANIE F., and ROSKOS, MICHAEL C., Mayo Clinic joins the national effort to train tomorrow’s rural surgeons, 104, 10:33

LEVIN, L. SCOTT, Citation for Prof. Panayotis Soucacos, MD, FACS, 104, 11:94

LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and McNALLY, MEGAN, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 51 or 59? How to correctly report multiple procedures, 104, 4:50

–and SMITH, SAMUEL, and McNALLY, MEGAN, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 9:53

–and SMITH, SAMUEL, and NAGLE, JAN, and McNALLY, MEGAN, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 11:49

LIZARRAGA, INGRID M., and SCOTT-CONNER, CAROL E.H., From the Archives: The first women elected to College Fellowship, 104, 9:63

LLOYD, AARON, and HIGA, KELVIN, and MA, PEARL, ACS quality and safety case studies: ERABS leads to reduced opioid use among bariatric surgery patients, 104, 1:66

LOCKE, JAYME E., 2019 ACS Traveling Fellow to Australia and New Zealand reports on experience, 104, 11:107

LUDI, ERICA K., and JOHNSON-MANN, CRYSTAL N., and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and HOFFMAN, MELISSA RED, A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:22

–and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., and PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., and AL-HADIDI, AMEER, and RIGGS, THOMAS W., and NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., and AKAY, BEGUM, and CIRINO, JENNIFER A., ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

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MA, MEIXI, and CHRISTENSEN, KATARYNA, and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and ZHANG, LINDSEY M., From blueprints to blastoff: Launching the GSV Quality Improvement Program, 104, 7:10

–and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and FLUM, DAVID R., and VARGHESE, THOMAS K., JR., and CHISHIMBA, SUSAN, The ACS Strong for Surgery program: Changing clinician and system behavior to optimize health before surgery, 104, 10:11

MA, PEARL, and LLOYD, AARON, and HIGA, KELVIN, ACS quality and safety case studies: ERABS leads to reduced opioid use among bariatric surgery patients, 104, 1:66

MAHER, JAMES W., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and MATTAR, SAMER G., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., Neurologic metabolic surgery: A review, 104, 3:48

–and HIGA, KELVIN, and WITTGROVE, ALAN C., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and KOTHARI, SHANU, Metabolic surgery in private practice, 104, 4:32

–and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review, 104, 3:41

MAIER, RONALD V., Citation for Prof. Ari Kalevi Leppäniemi, MD, PhD, 104, 11:90

–Citation for Prof. Ian D.S. Civil, MBChB, FACS, FRACS, 104, 11:84

–In memoriam: Donald D. Trunkey, MD, FACS, a giant in trauma surgery, 104, 8:66

MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

MALLIN, KATHERINE, and BROOKLAND, ROBERT K., NCDB cancer bytes: Current trends in prostate cancer: The role of brachytherapy, 104, 4:64

MARKEL, TROY A., and PLAGENHOEF, JEFFREY, and GROAH, LINDA, and HOYT, DAVID B., and MOALEM, JACOB, Proceedings and recommendations from the OR attire summit: A collaborative model for guideline development, 104, 5:13

MARTIN, LINDA W., and CROGHAN, IVANA T., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Preoperative smoking intervention techniques improve outcomes for lung cancer patients, 104, 4:58

–and SANDS, JACOB, and WIGLE, DENNIS, and FACKTOR, MATTHEW, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., ACS Clinical Research Program: ALCHEMIST trial has potential to improve outcomes after lung cancer resection, 104, 12:67

MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., and CARPENTER, ROBERT O., and SCHERER, ELIZABETH, and GHAWI, JORDAN, and STEWART, RONALD M., and WALKER, J. PATRICK, Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, and MORTON, JOHN M., Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

–and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MAHER, JAMES W., and HIGA, KELVIN, and WITTGROVE, ALAN C., Metabolic surgery in private practice, 104, 4:32

–and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and MAHER, JAMES W., and GAGNER, MICHEL, Neurologic metabolic surgery: A review, 104, 3:48

McDONALD, KRISTIN, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, and OEHMEN, KATIE, Grassroots advocacy demonstrated at Advocacy Summit, 104, 7:72

McGRATH, MARY H., From the Archives: The book that established plastic surgery in the U.S., 104, 3:68

McNALLY, MEGAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SMITH, SAMUEL, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 11:49

–and NAGLE, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 51 or 59? How to correctly report multiple procedures, 104, 4:50

–and NAGLE, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SMITH, SAMUEL, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 9:53

–and NAGLE, JAN, and SMITH, SAMUEL, 2019 CPT coding changes, 104, 1:22

McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER F., and RYAN, RANDI, and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and TRACY, BRETT M., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?, 104, 8:45

MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

MILLER, PRINGL, and SIGMAN, MICHAEL, Practicing primary palliative care: A call to action, 104, 11:13

MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

–and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, and MORTON, JOHN M., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

–and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and MAHER, JAMES W., Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review, 104, 3:41

MOALEM, JACOB, and MARKEL, TROY A., and PLAGENHOEF, JEFFREY, and GROAH, LINDA, and HOYT, DAVID B., Proceedings and recommendations from the OR attire summit: A collaborative model for guideline development, 104, 5:13

MONSON, JOHN R.T., Citation for Prof. John M. P. Hyland, MCh, FRCS, FRCSI, FACS, FRCSEd(Hon), 104, 11:85

MORALDI, ALDO, and CAVALLARO, ANTONINO, and STERPETTI, ANTONIO V., and DI MARZO, LUCA, and STIPA, SERGIO, and IASCONE, CLEMENTE, From residency to retirement: The Italian surgeons who helped build international relationships, 104, 4:55

MOREAU, LUKE, and FRANKEL, BRIAN, Chapter news, 104, 2:69, 4:77, 6:53, 8:78, 10:83, 12:89

MORTON, JOHN M., and HOYT, DAVID B., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, American College of Surgeons quality and safety programs in metabolic surgery, 104, 6:26

–and MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

–and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and NGUYEN, NINH T., and BRETHAUER, STACY, and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and HIGA, KELVIN, Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

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NAGLE, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and McNALLY, MEGAN, Coding and practice management corner: Modifier 51 or 59? How to correctly report multiple procedures, 104, 4:50

–and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SMITH, SAMUEL, and McNALLY, MEGAN, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 9:53

–and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and SMITH, SAMUEL, and McNALLY, MEGAN, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 11:49

–and SMITH, SAMUEL, and McNALLY, MEGAN, 2019 CPT coding changes, 104, 1:22

NAKAYAMA, DON, and HELD, JENNY M., Louisa Garrett Anderson and Flora Murray: Redefining gender roles in military medicine, 104, 4:11

NESBIT, ROBERT R., Jr., From the Archives: J.M.T. Finney, MD, FACS, and AEF Base Hospital No. 18 in WWI, 104, 1:78

NGUYEN, NINH T., and BRETHAUER, STACY, and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and HIGA, KELVIN, and MORTON, JOHN M., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

–and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

–and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and KOTHARI, SHANU, The American College of Surgeons and accreditation of metabolic surgery, 104, 6:31

NIO, KUSUMA, and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB data points: Old, irregular, thin, and falling, 104, 4:69

NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., and AKAY, BEGUM, and CIRINO, JENNIFER A., and LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., and PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., and AL-HADIDI, AMEER, and RIGGS, THOMAS W., ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

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OEHMEN, KATIE, What to expect as the 116th Congress starts its work: The ACS’ role, 104, 1:86

–and CARMODY, MICHAEL, and FRANKEL, BRIAN, Participate in the 2019 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, 104, 2:61

–and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and CARMODY, MICHAEL, Grassroots advocacy demonstrated at Advocacy Summit, 104, 7:72

O’GRADY MURRAY, MOLLY, and JEFFCOAT, HALEY, and FOE, LAUREN, The 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule: How will it affectsurgeons and hospitals?, 104, 12:22

OLLAPALLY, VINITA ,and FOE, LAUREN, The 2019 Medicare physician fee schedule: An overview of provisions that will affect surgical practices, 104, 1:11

OPELKA, FRANK G., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and HOYT, DAVID B., Looking forward, 104, 10:9

–and SAGE, JILL, and ZLATOS, CARRIE, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, Redefining surgical value in the Quality Payment Program, 104, 7:15

ORANGIO, GUY, and SELZER, DON, and SAVARISE, MARK, Coding and practice management  corner: Correct CPT coding of colectomy procedures: Open or laparoscopic?, 104, 7:46

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PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and PORIES, SUSAN E., and BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

–and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, and WELSH, DAVID, and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Burnout—a growing challenge, 104, 6:19

–and WELSH, DAVID, and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and SMITH, JULIAN, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., and AL-HADIDI, AMEER, and RIGGS, THOMAS W., and NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., and AKAY, BEGUM, and CIRINO, JENNIFER A., and LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., A look at The Joint Commission: 2018 Eisenberg Award winners include Society of Thoracic Surgeons, 104, 8:60

–A look at The Joint Commission: JAMA Surgery “Viewpoint” misrepresents Joint Commission’s role in the opioid epidemic, 104, 11:64

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission case example addresses wrong site surgery, 104, 1:81

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission focuses on strategies to detect, prevent drug diversion, 104, 6:41

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission reinstates individual physician mechanical thrombectomy volume eligibility requirement, 104, 4:62

–A look at The Joint Commission: Joint Commission to start reporting on high rate of C-sections, adds new standards, 104, 10:53

–A look at The Joint Commission: Pediatric hospital uses postoperative care bundle to reduce SSIs in cardiac patients, 104, 7:58

–A look at The Joint Commission: Retained foreign bodies and wrong site surgery continue to be a challenge, 104, 12:61

–A look at The Joint Commission: Retained foreign bodies: Can we stem the tide?, 104, 9:66

–A look at The Joint Commission: Sentinel Event Alert focuses on developing a reporting culture by learning from close calls, 104, 3:71

–A look at The Joint Commission: Study aims to improve handoff process to stem incidence of workplace violence, 104, 5:76

–A look at The Joint Commission: Study on value of accreditation falls flat on methodology, patient focus, 104, 2:49

–and DAVIS, DAWN, and HOYT, DAVID B., Looking forward, 104, 11:10

PEREGRIN, TONY, 2019 Leadership & Advocacy Summit: Ascending to the C-suite and identifying health policy priorities, 104, 7:62

–New pathways for medical student education address concerns of both students and educators, 104, 6:10

–TQIP annual meeting promotes strategies for improving trauma outcomes, 104, 2:54

PETERS, WALTER, and SINICROPE, FRANK, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Atezolizumab in the adjuvant treatment of stage III colon cancer: Can PD-L1 inhibition improve survival?, 104, 3:65

PLAGENHOEF, JEFFREY, and GROAH, LINDA, and HOYT, DAVID B., and MOALEM, JACOB, and MARKEL, TROY A., Proceedings and recommendations from the OR attire summit: A collaborative model for guideline development, 104, 5:13

PORIES, WALTER J., and BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

–and BERRY, CHERISSE, From the Archives: Matilda Arabella Evans, MD: Resolute, resilient, resourceful, 104, 11:61

–and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, and MORTON, JOHN M., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

–and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

PRYOR, AURORA D., and TSUI, STELLA T., and TATARIAN, TALAR, ACS quality and safety case studies: Routine Foley catheter placement affects postoperative UTIs in bariatric surgery patients, 104, 10:46

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QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and TORRES, MADELINE B., and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and ALIMI, YEWANDE, and ALTIERI, MARIA S., and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

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RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

RAMAKRISHNAN, VENKAT M., RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?—Con, 104, 11:46

RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

RANDLE, REESE W., and ROSEN, JENNIFER E., NCDB cancer bytes: Thyroid cancer mortality in an aging population, 104, 2:37

RATAN, RAVIN, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and BISHOP, ANDREW J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Evolution in the management of desmoid tumors: Challenging the role of upfront surgical resection, 104, 10:49

RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

REEDE, JOAN, Olga M. Jonasson, MD, Lecture: A path toward diversity, inclusion, and excellence, 104, 3:12

RICHARDS, WILLIAM O., and INABNET, WILLIAM B., III, and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and KING, RICHARD V., Nominate Icons in Surgery for presentation at a future Clinical Congress, 104, 1:89

RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, and CHIPMAN, JANET R., and SMITH, JASON W., The ACS Quality and Safety Program: Louisville hospitals participate in first site visits, 104, 4:16

RIGGS, THOMAS W., and NOVOTNY, NATHAN M., and AKAY, BEGUM, and CIRINO, JENNIFER A., and LUEHMANN, NATALIE C., and PASTEWSKI, JACQUELYN M., and AL-HADIDI, AMEER, ACS quality and safety case studies: Implementation of a pediatric trauma cervical spine clearance pathway, 104, 5:66

RITTER, KAITLIN A., and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and LUDI, ERICA K., and HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and BOULOS, FRANKI, Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and FACKTOR, MATTHEW, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and SANDS, JACOB, and MARTIN, LINDA W., and WIGLE, DENNIS, ACS Clinical Research Program: ALCHEMIST trial has potential to improve outcomes after lung cancer resection, 104, 12:67

–and RATAN, RAVIN, and BISHOP, ANDREW J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Evolution in the management of desmoid tumors: Challenging the role of upfront surgical resection, 104, 10:49

–and SNYDER, REBECCA A., and IKOMA, NARUHIKO, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Gastric cancer: Recent updates in surgical and multimodality therapy, 104, 8:55

ROSEN, JENNIFER E., and RANDLE, REESE W., NCDB cancer bytes: Thyroid cancer mortality in an aging population, 104, 2:37

ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and HERRON, DANIEL M., and BESSLER, MARC, and MORTON, JOHN M., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and DOHM, G. LYNIS, and PORIES, WALTER J., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., Insulin: The wrong therapy for type 2 diabetes: Lessons learned from a half century of metabolic surgery, 104, 2:28

–and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and MORTON, JOHN M., and HOYT, DAVID B., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, American College of Surgeons quality and safety programs in metabolic surgery, 104, 6:26

ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and ZHANG, LINDSEY M., and MA, MEIXI, and CHRISTENSEN, KATARYNA, From blueprints to blastoff: Launching the GSV Quality Improvement Program, 104, 7:10

ROSES, ROBERT E., and DATTA, JASHODEEP, and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Defining the optimal treatment of locally advanced gastric cancer, 104, 5:71

ROSKOS, MICHAEL C., and LEHMAN, RANDY C., and DOUGLASS, BRANDON G., and HELLER, STEPHANIE F., Mayo Clinic joins the national effort to train tomorrow’s rural surgeons, 104, 10:33

ROSSI, MATTHEW B., Dispatches from rural surgeons: What medical students need to know about training for a career in rural surgery, 104, 1:72

RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

RUDNICKI, MAREK, Citation for Prof. Marek Krawczyk, MD, PhD, 104, 11:88

RUSCH, VALERIE W., Presidential Address: The joys of learning, collaborating, and giving back, 104, 12:16

RUSSELL, MARCIA M., and ZHANG, LINDSEY M., and MA, MEIXI, and CHRISTENSEN, KATARYNA, and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., From blueprints to blastoff: Launching the GSV Quality Improvement Program, 104, 7:10

RYAN, RANDI, and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and TRACY, BRETT M., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER F., Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?, 104, 8:45

–and LEE, K. BENJAMIN, and TRACY, BRETT M., and STADELI, KATHRYN M., and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and ARIBINDI, VASMI, The transformation of surgical education and its influence on resident wellness, 104, 8:15

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SACHDEVA, AJIT K., and BRITT, L.D., Establishment of the American College of Surgeons Academy of Master Surgeon Educators, 104, 4:26

SAGE, JILL, and BOWDEN, HALEY, What to expect from the 2019 Quality Payment Program, 104, 1:15

–and ZLATOS, CARRIE, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and OPELKA, FRANK G., Redefining surgical value in the Quality Payment Program, 104, 7:15

SANDS, JACOB, and MARTIN, LINDA W., and WIGLE, DENNIS, and FACKTOR, MATTHEW, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., ACS Clinical Research Program: ALCHEMIST trial has potential to improve outcomes after lung cancer resection, 104, 12:67

SANFEY, HILARY A., Citation for Prof. Kerstin Sandelin, MD, PhD, FACS, FRCS, 104, 11:93

SARAP, MICHAEL D., and HISCOCK, STEPHEN, Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery call coverage: Innovative locoregional solutions can fill the gap, 104, 4:52

SARKAR, RUMU, and JINDAL, RAHUL M., Legal and financial models for public-private partnerships: Making global outreach more feasible, 104, 2:11

SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and MAHER, JAMES W., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review, 104, 3:41

–and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

SAVARISE, MARK, and ORANGIO, GUY, and SELZER, DON, Coding and practice management  corner: Correct CPT coding of colectomy procedures: Open or laparoscopic?, 104, 7:46

SCHERER, ELIZABETH, and GHAWI, JORDAN, and STEWART, RONALD M., and WALKER, J. PATRICK, and MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., and CARPENTER, ROBERT O., Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and HIGA, KELVIN, and MORTON, JOHN M., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and NGUYEN, NINH T., and BRETHAUER, STACY, and ZUNDEL, NATAN, Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

–and KOTHARI, SHANU, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and ZUNDEL, NATAN, The American College of Surgeons and accreditation of metabolic surgery, 104, 6:31

–and MORTON, JOHN M., and HOYT, DAVID B., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., American College of Surgeons quality and safety programs in metabolic surgery, 104, 6:26

SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, and FOX, MATTHEW, 2019 ACS Quality and Safety Conference focuses on putting the patient first, value-based care, 104, 10:57

SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and KING, RICHARD V., and RICHARDS, WILLIAM O., and INABNET, WILLIAM B., III, Nominate Icons in Surgery for presentation at a future Clinical Congress, 104, 1:89

SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

SCOTT-CONNER, CAROL E.H., and LIZARRAGA, INGRID M., From the Archives: The first women elected to College Fellowship, 104, 9:63

SELZER, DON, and SAVARISE, MARK, and ORANGIO, GUY, Coding and practice management corner: Correct CPT coding of colectomy procedures: Open or laparoscopic?, 104, 7:46

SFERRA, JOSEPH J., and BRUNICARDI, F. CHARLES, and HUSSAIN, S. AMJAD, and JULIAN, JUSTIN A., and DEMETER, JONATHAN H., John M. Howard: A pioneer in vascular, trauma, and pancreatic surgery, 104, 5:28

SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, and TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

SHEN, PERRY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Robotic surgery for hepatic neoplasms: Where does it fit in the minimally invasive surgery landscape?, 104, 1:75

SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and MAHER, JAMES W., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and MATTAR, SAMER G., Neurologic metabolic surgery: A review, 104, 3:48

–and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and MAHER, JAMES W., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review, 104, 3:41

–and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and BESSLER, MARC, and BRETHAUER, STACY, and HERRON, DANIEL M., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

SIGMAN, MICHAEL, and MILLER, PRINGL, Practicing primary palliative care: A call to action, 104, 11:13

SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

SINCLAIR, TIFFANY J., and DARE, ANNA, From residency to retirement: Moving the mark on harassment in surgical training, 104, 11:55

SINICROPE, FRANK, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and PETERS, WALTER, ACS Clinical Research Program: Atezolizumab in the adjuvant treatment of stage III colon cancer: Can PD-L1 inhibition improve survival?, 104, 3:65

SMITH, J. JOSHUA, and GARCIA-AGUILAR, JULIO, and YOU, Y. NANCY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Organ preservation in rectal adenocarcinoma: The OPRA Trial, 104, 7:52

SMITH, JASON W., and RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, and CHIPMAN, JANET R., The ACS Quality and Safety Program: Louisville hospitals participate in first site visits, 104, 4:16

SMITH, JULIAN, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and WELSH, DAVID, and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

–and PORIES, SUSAN E., and BAXTER, NANCY N., and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and WELSH, DAVID J., and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Gender inequality and harassment remain a challenge in surgery, 104, 9:21

–and WELSH, DAVID, and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Burnout—a growing challenge, 104, 6:19

SMITH, SAMUEL, and McNALLY, MEGAN, and NAGLE, JAN, 2019 CPT coding changes, 104, 1:22

–and McNALLY, MEGAN, and NAGLE, JAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 9:53

–and McNALLY, MEGAN, and LIEBERMAN, JAYME, and NAGLE, JAN, Coding and practice management corner: ACS responds to frequently asked questions about CPT coding, 104, 11:49

SNYDER, REBECCA A., and CHANG, GEORGE J., Financial toxicity: A growing burden for cancer patients, 104, 9:38

–and IKOMA, NARUHIKO, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., ACS Clinical Research Program: Gastric cancer: Recent updates in surgical and multimodality therapy, 104, 8:55

SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

STADELI, KATHRYN M., and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and ARIBINDI, VASMI, and RYAN, RANDI, and LEE, K. BENJAMIN, and TRACY, BRETT M., The transformation of surgical education and its influence on resident wellness, 104, 8:15

STAIN, STEVEN C., Board of Governors continues to make your voice heard, 104, 10:76

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, June 2019, 104, 9:80

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, February 2019, 104, 5:83

–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities, October 2018, 104, 2:72

STERPETTI, ANTONIO V., and DI MARZO, LUCA, and STIPA, SERGIO, and IASCONE, CLEMENTE, and MORALDI, ALDO, From residency to retirement: The Italian surgeons who helped build international relationships, 104, 4:55
STEWART, RONALD M., and BULGER, EILEEN M., and KUHLS, DEBORAH, A comprehensive approach to firearm injury prevention: ACS Committee on Trauma hosts historic summit, 104, 10:21

–and CANCIO, LEOPOLDO C., In memoriam: Dr. Pruitt remembered as a leader in burns, trauma, critical care, 104, 6:45

–and WALKER, J. PATRICK, and MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., and CARPENTER, ROBERT O., and SCHERER, ELIZABETH, and GHAWI, JORDAN, Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

STIPA, SERGIO, and IASCONE, CLEMENTE, and MORALDI, ALDO, andand STERPETTI, ANTONIO V., and DI MARZO, LUCA, and CAVALLARO, ANTONINO, From residency to retirement: The Italian surgeons who helped build international relationships, 104, 4:55

SUBHASIS, MISRA, and HUNG FONG, SUY SEN, RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?—Pro, 104, 11:43

SUERMANN, AMELIA, and JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER, The CoC: Ensuring quality cancer care and a commitment to advocacy for cancer research and prevention, 104, 11:38

SUTTON, JON H., State legislatures consider surprise billing legislation in 2019, 11:35

–and TURNER, PATRICIA L., AMA House of Delegates completes annual policymaking duties, 104, 9:77

–and TURNER, PATRICIA L., AMA Interim House of Delegates advances health care policy, 104, 2:65

SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

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TATARIAN, TALAR, and PRYOR, AURORA D., and TSUI, STELLA T., ACS quality and safety case studies: Routine Foley catheter placement affects postoperative UTIs in bariatric surgery patients, 104, 10:46

THOMAS, KEITH J., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery: The road less traveled, 104, 7:49

TORRES, MADELINE B., and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and ALIMI, YEWANDE, and ALTIERI, MARIA S., and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

TRACY, BRETT M., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and McNICOLL, CHRISTOPHER F., and RYAN, RANDI, and COLEMAN, JULIA R., Shift work surgery: Loss of continuity or sensible balance of responsibility?, 104, 8:45

–and STADELI, KATHRYN M., and COLEMAN, JULIA R., and ARIBINDI, VASMI, and RYAN, RANDI, and LEE, K. BENJAMIN, The transformation of surgical education and its influence on resident wellness, 104, 8:15

TRAN, LY, and MECCA-MONAHAN, MARYANN, and SHAPIRO, DAVID S., and MULLINS, DANIEL, and AYERS, AMANDA, and BANERJEE, SAUMITRA, and BROWN, STEVEN, and LEWIS, ROBERT, and RAISSIS, ANDREW, and SCOTT, RACHEL BENEDETTO, ACS quality and safety case studies: Enhanced recovery program benefits frail colon and rectal surgery patients, 104, 9:55

TSUI, STELLA T., and TATARIAN, TALAR, and PRYOR, AURORA D., ACS quality and safety case studies: Routine Foley catheter placement affects postoperative UTIs in bariatric surgery patients, 104, 10:46

TURNER, PATRICIA L., and SUTTON, JON H., AMA House of Delegates completes annual policymaking duties, 104, 9:77

–and SUTTON, JON H., AMA Interim House of Delegates advances health care policy, 104, 2:65

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URANUES, SELMAN, Comments at the 2018 investiture of the Honorary Fellows of the ACS, 104, 1:10

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VARGHESE, THOMAS K., JR., and CHISHIMBA, SUSAN, and MA, MEIXI, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and FLUM, DAVID R., The ACS Strong for Surgery program: Changing clinician and system behavior to optimize health before surgery, 104, 10:11

VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, and WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, and WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and LUDI, ERICA K., and HANKE, RACHEL, and WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

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WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

WALKER, J. PATRICK, and MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., and CARPENTER, ROBERT O., and SCHERER, ELIZABETH, and GHAWI, JORDAN, and STEWART, RONALD M., Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

WASIF, NABIL, ACS quality and safety case studies: ERAS program improves outcomes in patients undergoing cytoreductive surgery and heated intraperitoneal chemotherapy, 104, 12:63

WELSH, DAVID, and AZIZ, HIBA ABDEL, and PARAMO, JUAN C., and ANDREONE, PETER, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and SMITH, JULIAN, 2018 ACS Governors Survey: Burnout—a growing challenge, 104, 6:19

–and KIRBY, JOHN, and ANDREONE, PETER, and DuCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, and SMITH, JULIAN, and BUTSCH, DAVID W., and PARAMO, JUAN C., 2018 ACS Governors Survey: The disruptive and impaired surgeon, 104, 5:21

–and WALKER, J. PATRICK, and MARTINEZ, RICARDO D., and CARPENTER, ROBERT O., and SCHERER, ELIZABETH, and GHAWI, JORDAN, and STEWART, RONALD M., Stopping the bleed in Texas: The importance of surgeons and health care professionals as advocates, 104, 11:31

WEXNER, STEVEN D., Citation for Prof. Antonio M. de Lacy Fortuny, MD, PhD, 104, 11:89

–Citation for Prof. Neil Mortensen, MBChB, MD, MA, FRCSEng, FRCPSGlasg(Hon), FRCSEd(Hon), FRCSI(Hon), 104, 11:91

WIGLE, DENNIS, and FACKTOR, MATTHEW, and ROLAND, CHRISTINA L., and SANDS, JACOB, and MARTIN, LINDA W., ACS Clinical Research Program: ALCHEMIST trial has potential to improve outcomes after lung cancer resection, 104, 12:67

WILLIAMS-KARNESKY, REBECCA L., and ALIMI, YEWANDE, and ALTIERI, MARIA S., and KAUFFMAN, JEREMY D., and KANDAGATLA, PRIDVI, and QUINONES, PATRICIA MARTINEZ, and TORRES, MADELINE B., A sense of belonging and community can mitigate physician burnout, 104, 8:30

–and HANKE, RACHEL, and BOULOS, FRANKI, and RITTER, KAITLIN A., and VIRADIA, RAVI, and KASHYAP, MEGHANA V., and KALMAR, CHRISTOPHER L., and LUDI, ERICA K., Training resilient surgeons: Where do we go from here?, 104, 8:36

WILSON, ALISON, and DENNIS, BRADLEY M., and RAZA, SHARIQ, and VELLA, MICHAEL A., and SIKOUTRIS, JENNIFER, and CHREIMAN, KRISTEN, and DiFIORE, KRISTEN, and HASH, SONYA, Longitudinal experience with the RTTDC: Improving outcomes through collaboration, 104, 11:22

WITTGROVE, ALAN C., and MATTAR, SAMER G., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MAHER, JAMES W., and HIGA, KELVIN, Metabolic surgery in private practice, 104, 4:32

WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and GREENE, FREDERICK L., The AJCC: 60 years of cancer staging leadership, 104, 7:21

WOLFE, BRUCE M., and BESSLER, MARC, and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and FOBI, MATHIAS A.L., and GAGNER, MICHEL, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and KOTHARI, SHANU, and MORTON, JOHN M., and ROSENTHAL, RAUL J., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and PORIES, WALTER J., Surgery and the Gordian knot of metabolic syndrome, 104, 1:53

–and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., and SARWER, DAVID, and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN P., and MAHER, JAMES W., Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review, 104, 3:41

–and NGUYEN, NINH T., and BRETHAUER, STACY, and ZUNDEL, NATAN, and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and HIGA, KELVIN, and MORTON, JOHN M., Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

–and WALKER, ELIZAVETA, and SARWER, DAVID, and NGUYEN, NINH T., and MITCHELL, JAMES E., and BLACKSTONE, ROBIN, and KAPLAN, LEE M., and BUCHWALD, HENRY, and PORIES, WALTER J., The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery, 104, 5:42

WOOLLEY, PIERRE MARIE, and RAMOS-DE LA MEDINA, ANTONIO, and MALDONADO, LAURA MARTINEZ-PEREZ, and SWANSON, JORDAN W., and KASEJE, NEEMA, and PECK, GREGORY L., and ROA, LINA, and BARTHÉLEMY, ERNEST J., and SOUTH, SAMMY, and FOIANINI, ESTEBAN, and VAZ FERREIRA, RODRIGO, and ALONSO, NIVALDO, and RUBIANO, ANDRÉS M., and HERRERA, GABRIEL, and VEGA, MARTHA P., and RODAS, EDGAR, Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach, 104, 3:24

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YOU, Y. NANCY, and ROSES, ROBERT E., and DATTA, JASHODEEP, ACS Clinical Research Program: Defining the optimal treatment of locally advanced gastric cancer, 104, 5:71

–and SMITH, J. JOSHUA, and GARCIA-AGUILAR, JULIO, ACS Clinical Research Program: Organ preservation in rectal adenocarcinoma: The OPRA Trial, 104, 7:52

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ZAGER, JONATHAN S., and HIEKEN, TINA J., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Putting the needle before the knife: Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma, 104, 9:61

ZINNER, MICHAEL J., Citation for Prof. Italo F. Braghetto, MD, MHA, FACS, 104, 11:82

ZHANG, LINDSEY M., and MA, MEIXI, and CHRISTENSEN, KATARYNA, and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and KO, CLIFFORD Y., and RUSSELL, MARCIA M., From blueprints to blastoff: Launching the GSV Quality Improvement Program, 104, 7:10

ZLATOS, CARRIE, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, Medicare physician payment on the decline: It’s not your imagination, 104, 9:31

–and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and OPELKA, FRANK G., and SAGE, JILL, Redefining surgical value in the Quality Payment Program, 104, 7:15

and FOE, LAUREN, ACS acts to address burdensome, inappropriate use of prior authorization, 104, 12:28

ZUNDEL, NATAN, and BESSLER, MARC, and BRETHAUER, STACY, and HERRON, DANIEL M., and DeMARIA, ERIC JOEL, and SHIKORA, SCOTT A., Bariatric metabolic surgery: Advances continue, 104, 2:18

–and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and HIGA, KELVIN, and MORTON, JOHN M., and WOLFE, BRUCE M., and NGUYEN, NINH T., and BRETHAUER, STACY, Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery, 104, 5:51

–and SCHIRMER, BRUCE, and KOTHARI, SHANU, and NGUYEN, NINH T., The American College of Surgeons and accreditation of metabolic surgery, 104, 6:31

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