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Volunteer Note: All Around the Thumb - in San Francisco
By Amy Ladd, MD

Dr. Ladd employs hand anatomy to guide us around San Francisco and the surrounding area, providing thorough insight on things to do and see in San Fran when you're not at the Moscone West Convention Center. 

Volunteer Note: San Francisco Insight From an Insider
By Edward Diao, MD

This year's Annual Meeting is in San Francisco, and Dr. Diao has the inside scoop on how to make the best of your free time in San Fran.

Scientific Committee Report: Carpal Instability - Part II
August 2017's IFSSH ezine addresses the sensational hand, the brain's incredible plasticity, member society updates and more.
Volunteer Note: CTS Quality Measures
August 4, 2017
Creator: Stephen M. McCollam, MD
As chair of the Quality Metrics Committee, I wanted to update you on our progress to develop performance measures that can be used in quality reporting with CMS and other entities.
Volunteer Note: ASSH Perspectives
By Kevin Lutsky, MD

Dr. Lutsky explains the absence of the longtime newsletter, ASSH Correspondence News, and what's in store for members in its place. 

Volunteer Note: Online Fellowship Application
By Jennifer Wolf, MD

In this week's Volunteer Note, Dr. Jennifer Wolf shares some exciting developments that are sure to improve the fellowship application process. 

Volunteer Note: ASSH Leadership Program
By ASSH President Ghazi Rayan, MD

ASSH President Dr. Rayan describes the unique and exciting opportunities provided by the ASSH Leadership Program, with expanded eligibility for 2017.

Volunteer Note: Visit the Annual Meeting Exhibit Hall
By ASSH Staff Member Kris R. Delas Armas, CMP
Learn more about what the 2017 Annual Meeting Exhibit Hall will offer this year and the exhibiting companies that will be participating. 
Volunteer Note: Annual Meeting Post-Course on Workers' Compensation
By Noah M. Raizman, MD, MFA

Dr. Noah M. Raizman provides a thoroughly illustrative overview of this Annual Meeting post-course, an instructional session guaranteed to greatly facilitate surgeons as they refine their workers' compensation practices in clinics both large and small. 

Volunteer Note: Call for Textbook Authors
By Arnold-Peter C. Weiss, MD
The ASSH is pleased to announce that the 2nd edition of the ASSH Textbook of Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery is now in development. Dr. Arnold-Peter C. Weiss, who brought the 1st edition to life, comments further on the project, particularly the exciting decision to invite new and up-and-coming authors to participate. 
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