From residency to retirement
Professional enrichment opportunities provided by the RAS-ACS are described as is an effort to enhance OB-GYN resident involvement in the College in Pennsylvania and across the U.S.
Balancing statistical relevance with clinician experience leads to innovative approaches to patient care.
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.
The benefits of exhibiting gratitude and humility in providing care to the surgical patient are described.
The traits of a caring physician, including setting patient expectations, are summarized.
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