From residency to retirement
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.
The benefits of a trainee-focused financial literacy program targeted at the general surgery resident are described.
The authors conducted an observational study to determine the frequency and types of ethical issues that are addressed in a single institution’s M&M conferences.
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- 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
- Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement
- The defeat of Proposition 46 in California: A case study of successful surgeon advocacy