From residency to retirement
The defeat of Proposition 46 in California: A case study of successful surgeon advocacy(Comments Off on The defeat of Proposition 46 in California: A case study of successful surgeon advocacy)
This month’s column summarizes the role of California surgeons in defeating Proposition 46 and offers guidelines for a successful grassroots advocacy campaign.
This month’s column explores big data as it relates to enhancing graduate medical education, specifically how studying this information increases residents’ sense of ownership over the development of quality improvement initiatives.
The author of this month’s column shares his 10 principles for the provision of care—words of wisdom culled from nearly 50 years as a surgeon.
The origins of the ACS seal and motto are the subject of this month’s column.
The lasting impact of Henry T. Bahnson, MD, FACS, a Past-President of the College, is detailed in this month’s column.
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