Dispatches from rural surgeons
The North Dakota Rural Surgery Support Program: Providing surgical services to communities in need(Comments Off)
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.
Models for establishing a new general surgery residency program with a rural focus or expanding a current program are outlined in this month’s column.
This month’s column reveals similarities between rural surgery practice in mainland U.S. and Guam and demonstrates how the newly formed ACS Guam Chapter helps resolve issues related to professional isolation.
This month’s column provides an overview of the 96-hour rule and the ACS’ efforts to develop a legislative solution to repeal the law.
The rural listserv—which is the focus of this month’s column—has successfully connected rural surgeons as a group while also engaging them with the ACS leadership.
More in this category
- Rural surgery is a global issue: The perspective of an Argentine surgeon
- Students need exposure to the joys of rural surgery
- Rural surgery in “The Great White North”— universal care or universal challenge?
- Rural surgical practice requires new training model, offers great opportunities
- A Regent’s perspective
- College leaders answer the question, “Why is rural surgery an important issue now?”
- The value of chapter membership: The rural surgeon’s perspective