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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.
December 26, 2014

One Question Results, Chase Library Artifact of the Month and more!

December 23, 2014

Results from the One Question that asked members about which websites they use and for what purpose.

December 19, 2014
One Question, Correspondence News update, and more!
Volunteer Note
December 17, 2014
Correspondence News provides an outlet for all of us as ASSH members to share our knowledge, ideas, thoughts, and experiences.
December 15, 2014

Hand-e Editor's Note, JHS Position Highlight and more!

Updates from the December 2014 Council Meeting in Chicago.
December 11, 2014

Last week, Council convened at the Central Office in Chicago for a series of meetings, during December 3-6. The Corporate Advisory Council and the 2014 class of Young Leaders joined us, and we enjoyed a productive and collegial meeting that established priorities for 2015 and set the tone for the year ahead of us.

Volunteer Note
December 11, 2014
If you are not sure what you can do to make a difference or how to get started, please consider attending an Instructional Course at the ASSH Annual Meeting in Seattle about participation in the political process.
December 05, 2014

In Memoriam, New Webinars and more!

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