Journal of Surgical Education

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  • A Plausible Pipeline to Diversifying Orthopaedics: Premedical Programming.  79:122-128. 2022
  • Identification of Leadership Behaviors that Impact General Surgery Junior Residents’ Well-being: A Needs Assessment in a Single Academic Center.  79:86-93. 2022
  • Prevalence, Bias, and Rank List Impact of Illegal Questions in Surgical Specialty Residency Interviews.  79:69-76. 2022
  • The First Two Years of the Association of Pediatric Surgery Training Program Directors (APSTPD) Transition to Fellowship Course: Lessons Learned and Future Directions 2022
  • Outcomes in Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass and Implications for Surgical Resident Education.  78:e161-e168. 2021
  • APDS Consensus Statement: Ideal Senior Medical Student Experiences for Preparedness for General Surgery Internship.  78:69-75. 2021
  • Do Internal or External Characteristics More Reliably Predict Burnout in Resident Physicians: A Multi-institutional Study.  77:e86-e93. 2020
  • Emotional Intelligence and Burnout in Surgical Residents: A 5-Year Study.  77:e63-e70. 2020
  • Repeat Attending Exposure Influences Operative Autonomy in Endocrine Surgical Procedures.  77:e71-e77. 2020
  • Cross-Sectional Analysis of Global Surgery Opportunities Among General Surgery Residency Programs.  77:1179-1185. 2020
  • Characterization and Perceptions of Surgical Clinician Educators: An International Survey.  75:1513-1519. 2018
  • Needs Assessment for an American College of Surgeons Certificate in Applied Surgical Education Leadership (CASEL).  75:e112-e119. 2018
  • Burnout is Associated With Emotional Intelligence but not Traditional Job Performance Measurements in Surgical Residents.  75:1171-1179. 2018
  • A Predictive Model for a Reputation-Based General Surgery Residency Match and a Novel Online Calculator.  75:846-853. 2018
  • Corrigendum to “Association of burnout with emotional intelligence and personality in surgical residents: Can we predict who is most at risk?” [J Surg Educ (2017) e22–e30] (S1931720417304786) (10.1016/j.jsurg.2017.11.001)).  75:1135-1136. 2018
  • Smartphone Use and the Perception of Professionalism Among Medical Students and Surgical Faculty.  75:321-325. 2018
  • Association of Burnout With Emotional Intelligence and Personality in Surgical Residents: Can We Predict Who Is Most at Risk?.  74:e22-e30. 2017
  • Psychomotor Testing for Orthopedic Residency Applicants: A Pilot Study.  74:820-827. 2017
  • The First Trial—When Will We Examine the Effect of Duty Hours on Resident Burnout?.  74:547. 2017
  • The Burden of the Fellowship Interview Process on General Surgery Residents and Programs.  74:167-172. 2017
  • Service vs education: Situational and perceptional differences in surgery residency.  71:e111-e115. 2014
  • Social networking profiles and professionalism issues in residency applicants: An original study-cohort study.  70:502-507. 2013
  • Using the hidden curriculum to teach professionalism during the surgery clerkship.  69:423-427. 2012
  • Descriptive operative reports: Teaching, learning, and milestones to safe surgery.  68:452-458. 2011
  • Preliminary general surgery residents: Indentured servitude or golden opportunity?.  63:85-89. 2006
  • Emerging antibody therapy in organ transplantation..  62. 2005
  • Intra-abdominal pseudocysts as a complication of ventriculoperitoneal shunts: A case report and review of the literature.  60:338-340. 2003
  • Melanoma and sentinel nodes..  60:16-20. 2003
  • Improved Reduction in Pain in Chronic Pancreatitis with Combined Intraoperative Celiac Axis Plexus Block and Lateral Pancreaticojejunostomy.  58:220-222. 2001
  • Surgical margins in breast cancer: How wide? How accurate? How big? Does it make a difference?.  58:248-253. 2001
  • The necessity, practicality, and feasibility of modern educational and evaluative methods for residency training: Economic and governing body perspectives. The 1994 Association for Academic Surgery panel on education.  54:261-269. 1997
  • Writing a scientific abstract..  45:454-458. 1988
  • Effects of ischemia on breast tumor steroid hormone-receptor levels..  45:312-314. 1988
  • Postoperative enteral versus total parenteral nutrition immediately after partial hepatectomy: effects on hepatic regeneration and function..  44:470-472. 1987
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0149-7944
  • 1931-7204
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1878-7452