Plastic surgeons are mourning the loss of an internationally renowned colleague and a giant in the world of craniofacial surgery, Ian Jackson, MD, who passed away Sunday at age 85.
In three of the past four years, PRS has broken its own record for its Impact Factor score, but this year's score, 4.209 – the first time the journal has crossed the "4" threshold – is the most significant.
Social media is no longer just a place to post photographs of your family or vacations in the way it was 10 years ago.
ASPS on Thursday joined 11 other professional associations that represent more than 150,000 surgeons throughout the country in the formation of the Surgical Care Coalition, a collaborative effort to protect patients, improve their quality of life and ensure timely access to surgical care.
Radbeh Torabi, MD, shares his experience using the down time at the tail-end of his residency to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic by supplying PPE to the medical community.
ASPS members are mourning the loss of their colleague, Mark Codner, MD, who passed away suddenly on June 4.
When the COVID-19 pandemic escalated in the United States, several ASPS members utilized the nationwide suspension of most plastic surgery procedures as a means to volunteer for E.R.s and ICUs.
Summer E. Hanson, MD, PhD, found a new perspective in the midst of the stress and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kristen Broderick, MD, shares her experiences volunterring in the COVID-19 ICU.
Although the United States now leads the world in both confirmed cases of COVID-19 and deaths as a result of the coronavirus, the pandemic has affected the entire world since the virus infected its first patient in late 2019.
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