Highlights of the 2014 Clinical Congress(Comments Off)
The 2014 Clinical Congress provided surgeons, medical students, surgical residents, and other members of the operating room team with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a variety of educational experiences. This wrap-up summarizes key events at the meeting including the Convocation, Named Lectures, and awards winners and honorees.
This article describes how disruptive physician behavior impedes optimal patient care and offers a step-by-step approach to addressing this type of conduct.
Strategies for coping with the difficulty of patient loss are provided in this article along with advice for individuals considering careers in surgery.
This report summarizes the topics addressed by the College’s delegation at the American Medical Association’s House of Delegates meeting in November 2014.
This report details the recent activities, initiatives, and business matters of both the American College of Surgeons Professional Association and of the ACSas of October 2014.
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