From residency to retirement
Primum non nocere: A therapeutic imperative for modern wound care(Comments Off on Primum non nocere: A therapeutic imperative for modern wound care)
The need for products that help acute and chronic wounds to heal without causing undue harm to healing tissue is the focus of this month’s column.
This column describes Maryland’s health care reform efforts, including the implementation of an all-payor rate system and state-wide budgets overseen by a central state commission, which may serve as a model for other states seeking to lower costs and improve quality.
The Onboarding Checklist for Surgeons—a summary of action items for consideration by a new surgeon and the partner, group, or hospital employer—is the focus of this month’s column.
This month’s column describes surgical skills competitions and their role in increasing resident involvement at the Massachusetts Chapter of the ACS annual meeting.
This month’s column summarizes the role of California surgeons in defeating Proposition 46 and offers guidelines for a successful grassroots advocacy campaign.
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- Big data and GME: Expanding the scope of patient safety and QI training
- One surgeon’s principles
- The ACS motto: What does it really mean?
- Remembering Hank
- RAS-ACS International Exchange Scholarship Program provides unique opportunity for global collaboration
- The quest for safe surgical care: Are we missing the obvious?
- Surgeons as employees: Is the lining always golden?
- Medicine still a noble calling, despite outside interference
- Retired surgeon satisfies desire to serve patients through primary care
- Changing the surgical culture, one apple at a time
- Is medicine still a good profession? Reflections of a retired surgeon