Dr. Hoyt’s Looking forward column—which serves as the cover story this month—outlines leadership strategies for meeting the challenges of two public health crises of our time: the COVID-19 pandemic and racism.
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Describes the qualities of effective site reviewers, provides examples of process improvements developed by reviewer feedback, and summarizes the College’s initiative to align ACS Quality Programs.
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This year has been one of unprecedented change in most of our lifetimes as a result of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the outcry against systemic racism. The monthly Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) went on pause for three months so we could devote resources to publishing Bulletin: ACS COVID-19 […]
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