Journal of Surgical Education
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A Plausible Pipeline to Diversifying Orthopaedics: Premedical Programming
Identification of Leadership Behaviors that Impact General Surgery Junior Residents’ Well-being: A Needs Assessment in a Single Academic Center
Prevalence, Bias, and Rank List Impact of Illegal Questions in Surgical Specialty Residency Interviews
The First Two Years of the Association of Pediatric Surgery Training Program Directors (APSTPD) Transition to Fellowship Course: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Outcomes in Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass and Implications for Surgical Resident Education
APDS Consensus Statement: Ideal Senior Medical Student Experiences for Preparedness for General Surgery Internship
Do Internal or External Characteristics More Reliably Predict Burnout in Resident Physicians: A Multi-institutional Study
Emotional Intelligence and Burnout in Surgical Residents: A 5-Year Study
Repeat Attending Exposure Influences Operative Autonomy in Endocrine Surgical Procedures
Cross-Sectional Analysis of Global Surgery Opportunities Among General Surgery Residency Programs
Characterization and Perceptions of Surgical Clinician Educators: An International Survey
Needs Assessment for an American College of Surgeons Certificate in Applied Surgical Education Leadership (CASEL)
Burnout is Associated With Emotional Intelligence but not Traditional Job Performance Measurements in Surgical Residents
A Predictive Model for a Reputation-Based General Surgery Residency Match and a Novel Online Calculator
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))
Smartphone Use and the Perception of Professionalism Among Medical Students and Surgical Faculty
Association of Burnout With Emotional Intelligence and Personality in Surgical Residents: Can We Predict Who Is Most at Risk?
Psychomotor Testing for Orthopedic Residency Applicants: A Pilot Study
The First Trial—When Will We Examine the Effect of Duty Hours on Resident Burnout?
The Burden of the Fellowship Interview Process on General Surgery Residents and Programs
Service vs education: Situational and perceptional differences in surgery residency
Social networking profiles and professionalism issues in residency applicants: An original study-cohort study
Using the hidden curriculum to teach professionalism during the surgery clerkship
Descriptive operative reports: Teaching, learning, and milestones to safe surgery
Preliminary general surgery residents: Indentured servitude or golden opportunity?
Emerging antibody therapy in organ transplantation.
Intra-abdominal pseudocysts as a complication of ventriculoperitoneal shunts: A case report and review of the literature
Melanoma and sentinel nodes.
Improved Reduction in Pain in Chronic Pancreatitis with Combined Intraoperative Celiac Axis Plexus Block and Lateral Pancreaticojejunostomy
Surgical margins in breast cancer: How wide? How accurate? How big? Does it make a difference?
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
Writing a scientific abstract.
Effects of ischemia on breast tumor steroid hormone-receptor levels.
Postoperative enteral versus total parenteral nutrition immediately after partial hepatectomy: effects on hepatic regeneration and function.
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