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Practice Finances

28 Mar 2019

By Feibi Zheng For those in academic and/or employed practice, your practice finances can seem like a black box. Whether you are salaried, on a production model or a blend of both, I encourage you...

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Save your rear

14 Mar 2019

By Anne Fabrizio Buttocks. Butt. Bum. Booty. Badonkadonk.  That’s just a few ways we refer to our bottoms.  We speak freely about our rear ends when it comes to dancing or working out....

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What I’ve learned in private practice

06 Mar 2019

By Emily Murphy Full disclosure: I am a private practice surgeon in the truest sense of the term, I am a partner in a six-person group who provides care at a 545-bed hospital almost exclusively. Fu...

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#DearPat turns one: a look at the past year

24 Feb 2019

It’s Dear Pat’s anniversary! This month marks the one-year anniversary of the #DearPat column, which was created in 2018 as a collaborative effort between the Association of Women Surgeons (AWS) R...

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#HeForShe: A Call for Action

20 Feb 2019

by Apoorve Nayyar “With its unusually large proportion of highly educated and qualified women, medicine should be leading the way in gender equity. Leaders who have it within their power to addre...

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Global Surgery: what is the surgeon’s role?

10 Feb 2019

By Gita Mody and Virginia Litle According to the Lancet’s Commission on Global Surgery, five billion people lack access to safe surgical care worldwide. This lack in healthcare equity exists despit...