Dispatches from rural surgeons
RS3—the Montana Rural Surgery Support System—is a model for surgical care in rural CAHs(Comments Off on RS3—the Montana Rural Surgery Support System—is a model for surgical care in rural CAHs)
A surgeon-led program in Montana helps rural surgeons with limited resources provide patients with local access to surgical care.
A resident offers his perspective on strategies for stemming rural workforce shortages.
The challenges of practicing in a rural setting, including professional isolation, are explored in this month’s column.
The debate over the relationship between volume and outcomes for rural surgeons is the focus of this month’s column.
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.
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