Two women surgeons at different stages of their careers reflect on a survey that shows major gender disparities in surgical job experience across the country.
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.