To mark the second anniversary of the storm, this article recounts the events that took place at Bellevue and Metropolitan hospitals and describes their collaborative efforts to safely evacuate, transfer, and provide care to patients.
This article summarizes the 2014 ACS chapter lobby days, provides an overview of current advocacy issues in each state, and highlights how some chapters organize their Day at the State Capitol program.
An overview of the ACS NSQIP Geriatric Surgery Pilot Project and its primary aim—to evaluate specific geriatric variables for incorporation into the ACS NSQIP set of essential variables—is provided in this article.
Past recipients of the ACS/Pfizer Surgical Volunteerism and Humanitarian Awards: Where are they now?
Since 2003, 38 individuals have received the ACS/Pfizer Surgical Volunteerism and Humanitarian Awards, and this article provides updates on a few past recipients and their recent accomplishments.
The introduction to the first place winner of the inaugural ACS Young Fellows Association Essay Contest highlights the inspiration for this year’s theme.
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