Development of a Surgeon: Medical School through Retirement, An Issue of Surgical Clinics of North America
This issue of Surgical Clinics of North America, guest edited by Drs. Ronald Martin and Paul Schenarts, is devoted to Development of a Surgeon: Medical School through Retirement. They have assembled expert authors to review the following topics: Residency Surgical Training at a University Academic Medical Center; Fellowship Training: Need and Contributions; Evolving Educational Techniques in Surgical Training; Transition to Practice: From Trainee to Staff Surgeon; The Value of the Surgeon Emeritus; Alternative Methods and Funding for Surgical Training; Medical School Training for the Surgeon; Residency Surgical Training at an Independent Academic Medical Center; Assessment of Competence: The ACGME/RRC Perspective; Assessment of Competence: The American Board of Surgery Perspective; The Impaired Surgeon; Continuing Medical Education: The American College of Surgeons Perspective; Workforce Needs and Demands in Surgery, and more!
|Author Informaiton||By Ronald F. Martin, MD, Department of Surgery, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin; General Surgery Specialist , York Hospital System, York, Maine and Paul J. Schenarts, MD, FACS, Professor of Surgery, Chief of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care & Emergency Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Nebraska, College of Medicine, Omaha, Nebraska|
|Pp Authortext||Martin & Schenarts|