Dispatches from rural surgeons
The joy of teaching as a rural surgeon(Comments Off on The joy of teaching as a rural surgeon)
This column describes the experiences related to establishing an independent pre-med program and offers suggestions for how to launch such a program in a rural area.
The benefits of the Nora Institute Advanced Skills Course for Rural Surgeons, including enhanced confidence and patient care, are described.
The current activities of the ACS Advisory Council for Rural Surgery are described.
J. David Richardson, MD, FACS, who will be installed as the President of the ACS at the 2015 Clinical Congress, discusses the College’s efforts to improve access to care in rural communities.
This column outlines the rationale for starting the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences Rural Surgery Support Program, explains how it works, and describes the initial effects of the initiative.
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