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Journal of Hand Surgery
February 04, 2015
Applications to fill the new editorial structure of JHS are due on March 16, and all levels of experience will be considered.
Volunteer Note
January 28, 2015
Committee work enhances the effective and efficient operation of our Society and advances the organizational goals and objectives that make the ASSH the premier hand and upper extremity surgical society.
January 23, 2015

Committee applications, Self-Assessment Exam update and more!

Volunteer Note
January 21, 2015
With this being our third year using the online system, the Self-Assessment Examination Committee looks for ways to make the experience easier, more enjoyable and more user friendly, which include an iOS app and longer testing period this year.
January 16, 2015

Results of the One Question requested by Past President Richard H. Gelberman, MD to learn which test(s) ASSH members use to diagnose trapeziometacarpal arthritis.

January 16, 2015

One Question Results, Self-Assessment App and more!

January 12, 2015
Advocacy Survey, One Question and more!
January 05, 2015
Military Relations Update, Specialty Day and more!
Volunteer Note
January 02, 2015
In addition to providing a friendly environment for discussion of difficult cases, avenues for education and the entire profession, the surgeons conceived ideas for further and future programs in which ASSH may assist at the SOMOS luncheon.
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