From residency to retirement
Race and residency training in the post-Charlottesville era(Comments Off on Race and residency training in the post-Charlottesville era)
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.
The 2016 recipient of the ACS Health Policy Scholarship reports on her experiences since completing the program.
The surgical cap and its effects on patient safety in the operating room are examined.
The Surgicon Project and its global surgical training methodology are examined.
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