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Plastic Surgery Resident

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Plastic Surgery Resident is a quarterly publication created by the editors of Plastic Surgery News and Young Plastic Surgeons Perspective specifically to meet the needs of plastic surgery residents. The magazine offers career tips, recommended journal articles, CPT coding information and practice management topics that aren't often included in a plastic surgery training program.

Check out featured articles from recent issues!

Recent Issues

Fall 2021

Includes stories on:
  • The inescapable evolution of telehealth in plastic surgery
  • How to crush that virtual job interview
  • The rise of plastic surgery at Emory University
  • Level the 'matching' playing field with these tips
  • ASPS president: Get involved in organized medicine
  • Decorated microsurgeon illuminates the subspecialty
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Summer 2021

Includes stories on:
  • Military plastic surgeons reflect upon service and surgery
  • A military veteran talks passion, mentors and experience
  • PRIDE Forum: New ASPS initiative launches
  • Three plastic surgeons deep-dive into microsurgery
  • InService Insights: Soft-tissue defects, reconstruction
  • What's advisable – and sustainable – after residency?
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Spring 2021

Includes stories on:
  • Plastic surgery veterans offer advice on life after residency
  • Get to know ASPS President Joseph Losee, MD
  • How to manage your most precious commodity: time
  • Finger ischemia covered in Consult Corner
  • InService Insights: nerves, TMR and RPNI
  • Program Peek reveals the University of Miami
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Winter 2020

Includes stories on:
  • How residents can gain financial stability now
  • Washington University plastic surgery at 100
  • Residents Bowl 2020: Hail to Pitt!
  • The hidden traps of orbital floor fractures
  • COVID-19: International perspectives
  • Delving into Cleveland Clinic – and the city
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Fall 2020

Includes stories on:
  • Residents illuminate healthcare's diversity struggles
  • Leaders inform residents on how to 'match'
  • What's the plan for the complication you'll get?
  • When ordinary people do extraordinary things
  • Medical students tell leaders how to help them
  • 'Black swans:' The international medical graduates
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Summer 2020

Includes stories on:
  • COVID-19 is changing – and challenging – training worldwide
  • Three residents on their challenges during the pandemic
  • New: How do you answer the Complex Case Challenge?
  • Consult Corner: Lower-extremity trauma
  • Program Peek: Duke University
  • How they influence Congress – and how you can, too
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Spring 2020

Includes stories on:
  • How to organize and document your professional life
  • What I know now that I wished I had known then
  • Treating the ulcers diabetic patients often develop
  • Journal Club: 10 articles on BIA-ALCL
  • Program Peek: University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Scholarship and leadership opportunities await
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Winter 2019

Includes stories on:
  • When a retreat becomes an advance: Avoiding burnout
  • Journal Club articles focus on gender-affirming surgery
  • Boots on the ground outside the U.S. – what they found
  • Consult Corner: Pediatric nail-bed laceration
  • Program Peek: Mount Sinai Hospital
  • What to during 24 hours in New York (there's a lot)
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