This original investigation shows that the review times observed at one institutional review board are substantially longer than the 60-day target recommended by expert panels.
This article discusses a hands-on training program that allows surgeons in practice to scrub alongside an expert, providing 1-on-1 exposure to new techniques and surgical skills.
This nationwide survey study identifies the number of trauma hospitals operating in Syria and delineates their capacities.
This article reports on how video telementoring is likely to play an increasing role in surgical education.
This article discusses the potential of video-based peer coaching to improve the quality and safety of surgical care.
This Viewpoint describes the American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification Program.
This Viewpoint discusses the American Board of Internal Medicine’s recent changes to the Maintenance of Certification Program and plans for program revision.
This retrospective review finds that the primary factor for development of a successful TAVR program development is integration of the cardiac team.
This database study found that surgical training does not sufficiently emphasize the necessary exposure to technical expertise and clinical management of patients undergoing bariatric surgery.
Parsons and colleagues conducted a cohort study of 401 325 patients in the Nationwide Inpatient Sample to investigate associations of patient safety with the diffusion of minimally invasive radical prostatectomy resulting from the development of the da Vinci robot. Allaf and Partin provided a related commentary.
Bakaeen et al review a recently launched pilot program aimed at enhancing patient enrollment and improving surgical trial operations at individual sites and nationally. See also the invited commentary by Machiedo.