Proceedings and recommendations from the OR attire summit: A collaborative model for guideline development(0)
The recommendations provided at the operating room attire summit are described, including the findings of relevant scientific literature reviewed by summit participants.
The results of a survey of ACS Board of Governors are summarized, including surgeon viewpoints and experiences concerning both disruptive and impaired surgeons.
The pioneering work of Dr. John M. Howard is summarized, particularly his contributions to trauma, vascular, and pancreatic surgery for both civilian and military patients.
Developments in state legislation in the first quarter of 2019, including bills related to Maintenance of Certification, single-payor coverage, and unanticipated billing, are summarized.
This month’s articles focus on the role of the NIH in metabolic surgery, and improvements in the accreditation of centers through advocacy-related efforts.
More in this category
- The role of the NIH in the development of metabolic and bariatric surgery
- Advocacy in action: Bariatric and metabolic surgery
- Louisa Garrett Anderson and Flora Murray: Redefining gender roles in military medicine
- The ACS Quality and Safety Program: Louisville hospitals participate in first site visits
- Surgeon leaders need to educate, elevate, and energize to create a culture of diversity: An interview with Dr. Julie Freischlag
- Establishment of the American College of Surgeons Academy of Master Surgeon Educators
- Collected papers of the ACS Metabolic Surgery Symposium Part V
- Metabolic surgery in private practice
- Metabolic surgery: Procedures vary internationally
- Olga M. Jonasson, MD, Lecture: A path toward diversity, inclusion, and excellence
- Improving global emergency and essential surgical care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A collaborative approach
- Collected papers of the ACS Metabolic Surgery Symposium—Part IV
- Bariatric surgery and psychiatry: A review
- Neurologic metabolic surgery: A review
- Legal and financial models for public-private partnerships: Making global outreach more feasible