From residency to retirement
The importance of upholding standards of conduct and the role surgical trainees can play in promoting a positive, equitable learning environment on explored.
A fourth-year medical school student describes her experience as a participant in the Medical Student Program at Clinical Congress.
The Chicago Committee on Trauma’s suggested guidelines for meeting the challenges of intimate partner violence and firearm-related violence are described.
The importance of international collaboration, with an emphasis on Italian surgeons who have contributed to this movement, is highlighted.
The legacy of Jeanine Chalabian, MD, a victim of intimate partner violence, and her effect on the author is the focus of this month’s column.
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- The pillars of personal financial success: Filling a critical gap in surgical education
- M&M conferences provide forum for discussion of ethical issues
- Retired surgeons as peer teachers in resident medical education: An underused resource
- Race and residency training in the post-Charlottesville era
- A trauma surgeon on trial
- ACS Health Policy Scholar reports on the value of small acts
- The surgical cap: Symbol, science, argument, and evidence
- Surgical training, global surgery, and a generally applicable training model
- Training and networking opportunities for medical students at the ACS Clinical Congress
- Principles of leadership for the young surgeon
- A rural surgeon looks back on his experiences
- Trust: The keystone of the physician-patient relationship
- Primum non nocere: A therapeutic imperative for modern wound care
- Surgery in Maryland: Guidelines for navigating health care reform
- ACS Surgeon Workforce Subcommittee develops Onboarding Checklist for Surgeons