From residency to retirement
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.
A viable solution to the surgical workforce shortage could include retired surgeons who often seek out post-retirement teaching opportunities.
The challenges faced by surgical trainees of color are described as are recommendations for enhancing the training environment.
Lessons learned from a trauma surgeon who was sued for a lack of “reasonable care and diligence,” including his experiences during the trial process, are shared.
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