From residency to retirement
The surgical cap: Symbol, science, argument, and evidence(Comments Off on The surgical cap: Symbol, science, argument, and evidence)
The surgical cap and its effects on patient safety in the operating room are examined.
The Surgicon Project and its global surgical training methodology are examined.
Medical students who participated in the Medical Student Program at Clinical Congress 2016 describe the benefits of participating in this opportunity, and a new program for surgeons who are interested in sponsoring a medical student’s participation is introduced.
Effective leadership skills for leading a team and advocating for patients are summarized.
A rural surgeon highlights the benefits associated with practicing in a non-urban setting, such as surgeon autonomy and the opportunity to deliver care to people who reside in your community.
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