Presented by: Brooke Gurland, MD
Clinical Professor, Surgery – General Surgery
Title: “Establishing Multicenter Collaborations to Evaluate Risk Factors for Recurrence, Functional Outcomes, and Mesh Complications after Rectal and Vaginal Prolapse Surgery”
Work In Progress Session
James Korndorffer, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery, General Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
Title: “Establishing Performance Benchmarks of Practicing Surgeons Using Simulator-based Assessments and Demonstrating their Relationship to Clinical Performance and Patient Outcomes”
Drs. Azagury, Martinez, and Mueller will present updates on their research, which was funded by the Department’s 2018 Seed Grant Program.
Learn more: http://surgery.stanford.edu/news/seed-grant-program.html
New! We’re Starting on Saturday
In 2020, we’re heading north to Boston, June 13-16, home to some of the nation’s top health care delivery systems. Enjoy an extra half day of research with the new Saturday start time.
Help Shape the 2020 Event
We’re seeking abstract reviewers. As an reviewer, you play a critical role in helping to shape the agenda for the 2020 Annual Research Meeting. If selected, you have the opportunity to review abstracts submitted to a specific theme for next year’s conference, and participate in the grading, selection, and session building process.
Volunteer here by Friday, September 20, 2019.
Speaker: Brian Travis Rice
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine, Stanford University
Title: “K08 Specific Aims: Characterizing and Modelling Medevac Utilization and Outcomes for Alaskan Native People in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta”
Due to Martin Luther King’s Day, Weekly Work In Progress has been cancelled
Practice presentation run for Academic Surgical Congress
Presented by Stanford, Department of Surgery Residents
|S-SPIRE Center||Hyrum Eddington, Medical Student||Arden Morris, MD||Communication and Trust among Diverse Patients with Colorectal Cancer and their Surgeons|
|General Surgery||Rachel Smith, Medical Student||Lisa Knowlton, MD||Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Readmissions for Trauma and Emergency General Surgery Patients|
|Vascular Surgery||Aditi Kashikar, MBBS, MD Postdoctoral Research Fellow||Shipra Arya, MD||Frailty Reduces Long-term Survival after Peripheral Artery Revascularizations Regardless of Approach|
|Goodman Surgical Education Center||Anna Carroll, Medical Student||James Lau, MD||Student Values Inform Early Career Plans in Service and Surgery – A Qualitative Focus Group Analysis|