Looking forward – October 2016(Comments Off on Looking forward – October 2016)
Dr. Hoyt’s column describes the importance of professional operating room attire and summarizes key protocols, such as proper covering of the head during invasive procedures, supported by College leadership.
The debate over the relationship between volume and outcomes for rural surgeons is the focus of this month’s column.
The approach, aims, and eligibility criteria of the NRG Oncology TNT clinical trial are summarized.
This month’s column highlights the ACS Member Profile—which allows users to manage CME credits, link to the ACS Communities, and contact ACS leaders—as well as the Surgeon Specific Registry, which allows users to track cases and outcomes.
This month’s column underscores the challenges related to bullying and workplace violence and its effect on patient care.
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- Surgery in Maryland: Guidelines for navigating health care reform
- Two studies pave the way for preoperative therapy in pancreatic cancer patients
- Legislative activities and informed consent
- Amilu Stewart, MD, FACS: Silencing the skeptics
- New Patient Blood Management Certification aimed at eliminating unnecessary transfusions
- The rise of the smombies and fall of the pedestrians
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