A SURGEON´S PATH. WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER A GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY

A SURGEON´S PATH. WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER A GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
General y Digestiva
ISBN:
978-3-319-78845-6
Páginas:
290
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

118,98 €

Despues:

113,03 €

1. Fellowship Applications
2. Fellowship Interviews
3. Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
4. Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship
5. Burn Fellowship
6. Colon and Rectal Surgery Fellowship
7. Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship
8. Vascular Surgery Fellowship
9. Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship
10. Plastic Surgery Fellowship
11. Transplant Fellowship
12. Where to Look for a Job After Residency
13. Job Applications
14. Interviewing for Your First Job
15. Contract Negotiation
16. Gender Inequality in Compensation in Medicine and Surgery
17. Applying for Privileges and Licensure
18. Moving
19. Malpractice Pearls for the Young Surgeon
20. Academic Medicine
21. Hospital Employment
22. Lessons Learned in Private Practice
23. Partners
24. Medical Economics
25. Gifts
26. Marketing
27. Finding a Mentor
28. Setting Up Your Office
29. Building a Program
30. Lawsuits
31. Preparing for Your First Day on the Job
32. Dealing with Your Clinic
33. Navigating Electronic Medical Records
34. First Call with Your First Emergent Case as an Attending
35. How to Avoid Disasters in the Operating Room
36. When to Ask for Help
37. Finding the Balance of Letting Residents Operate While Managing Patient Safety
38. Choosing the Right Staff
39. How to Be Smart with Case Selection
40. Building Your Practice
41. When Your Patient Dies
42. Innovation
43. Future Technology in Healthcare
44. Interacting with Residents
45. Professionalism

This text provides a comprehensive review of what comes after the completion of a general surgery residency, and will serve as a valuable resource for those surgeons, residents, and medical students interested in a career in general surgery. This book reviews several areas of fellowships and how to navigate through the application process, provide a guide for finding a job, negotiating through your first position, and also discusses other difficult topics such as how to deal with malpractice lawsuits. All chapters are written by experts who have gone through the various processes.

Features
• Provides a comprehensive review of what comes after the completion of a general surgery residency
• Provides guideline for setting up a successful practice
• Written by experts in the field

Authors
• Kahyun Yoon-Flannery, DO MPH. Breast Oncology Fellow. Department of Surgery. Division of Endocrine and Oncologic Surgery. University of Pennsylvania
• Carla S. Fisher, MD FACS. Director, Breast Fellowship Program. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Division of Endocrine and Oncologic Surgery. University of Pennsylvania
• Marc A. Neff, MD FACS. Director, Center for Surgical Weight Loss. Kennedy Health System