The following comments were received regarding recent articles published in the Bulletin.
The selfless actions of a surgeon who treated patients at the iconic Woodstock Festival underscore the range of surgical skills and compassion that surgeons of all generations would benefit from possessing.
In this month’s column, Dr. Hoyt and his co-author describe the College’s strategies, including defining its Values and engaging in leadership skills assessments, to promote culture change in the organization and enhance the programs and services members need to thrive in today’s health care environment.
The benefits of exhibiting gratitude and humility in providing care to the surgical patient are described.
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- Looking forward – December 2019
- Caring: Isn’t that why we went to medical school?
- Letters to the Editor
- Looking forward – November 2019
- Moving the mark on harassment in surgical training
- Looking forward – October 2019
- Looking forward – September 2019
- Looking forward – August 2019
- Medical Student Program at Clinical Congress has lasting impact
- Looking forward – July 2019
- Looking forward – June 2019
- Chicago Committee on Trauma responds to intimate partner shootings
- Looking forward – May 2019
- Looking forward – April 2019
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