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What You Hear Is What You Get

Julie Ann Freischlag, MD
Arch Surg. 2012;147(9):795. doi:10.1001/archsurg.2012.2168.
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I am so pleased to announce an exciting new feature that we have begun to highlight our Online First articles every month. We will be broadcasting podcasts each month with Elizabeth Tracey, who is Director of Electronic Media at The Johns Hopkins Medicine. We will discuss the highlights for each of the Online First articles and what their impact may be on how we take care of our patients, teach and train our residents, and/or how we may think about a disease or a procedure in a different way. You will be able to hear these podcasts as the articles are released online and then you will be ready to read the entire article online or in print in the journal later. As you are aware, one of our most popular features is the Invited Critiques that accompany many of our articles in the printed journal. Now, you will be able to formulate your own Invited Critique as you listen to the podcasts and compare your opinion with the one published in the article. You can listen to these podcasts wherever you are, while you are on the go, in your office, between cases—whenever! It truly will be What You Hear Is What You Get!

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