A successful surgical outcome is composed of two parts: What happens during the surgery, and what happens after.
Tyler Loftus, M.D., was awarded an NIH K23 grant to explore machine learning as a means of augmenting personalized, patient-centered decision making in surgery.
A new study in the Journal of Surgical Education explores curriculum implementation as a means for success.
Surgeons are responsible for making complex, high-stakes decisions under time constraints and uncertainty. But what if there was a way to outsource some of the cognitive load and phone a friend — or a computer?
In a timely message, Dr. Gilbert R. Upchurch, Jr. lends a surgeon’s perspective on the COVID-19 era, offering advice on how to lessen feelings of grief and despair in the face of the global pandemic. Click the button below to learn practical tips for strengthening resolve and maintaining a more…