Faced with the impact of some of the nation’s highest rates of gun violence, surgeons at KUMC turn their efforts toward the social determinants.
A service-learning project created by Socially Responsible Surgery highlights the advantages of integrating hands-on experience with social determinants of health into medical education.
A boundary-breaking chief surgeon reflects on burnout, discrimination, and the evolving culture of surgery.
A grassroots organization of surgeons and medical students is shining a light on social determinants of health in surgery.
A new study examining vascular repair following firearm injury suggests that vascular surgeons have a key voice in the national discussion on gun violence.