Member News

Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras
September 20, 2015
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras from our OR nurse, Sue Shapiro.
Volunteer Note
September 10, 2015

We have worked hard with the authors, bringing you more than 200 figures that will allow you to identify tumors on x-rays, MRIs, T1, T2 and CT images in addition to providing you with insight into future treatment options that are on the horizon.

Volunteer Note
September 04, 2015

Thirty-two chapters with more than 300 images will help you identify patterns of elbow injuries and develop a treatment algorithm based on an understanding of the nature of the injury, in both acute and chronic settings and in both adult and pediatric cases.

Volunteer Note
August 28, 2015

To highlight the effectiveness of Hand-e and to demonstrate the talent of our membership, we are pleased to introduce the multimedia theater as a new addition to the Annual Meeting scientific program. 

August 21, 2015

Results of the One Question asking members about their preparedness for the ICD-10 transition.

August 14, 2015

After ASSH member Lisa Lattanza, MD began The Perry Initiative with her colleague, other ASSH members have gotten involved to inspire young women to enter the typically male-dominated field of orthopaedic surgery.

August 12, 2015

Results of the One Question asked on August 7, 2015 about members' use of EMRs.

Volunteer Note
August 12, 2015

Although the anxiety surrounding the implementation of ICD-10 is palpable nationwide, the ASSH has already tried to help ease the transition by creating webinars and an ICD-10 page on Hand-e.  Members who still need to prepare should follow these four tips.

August 10, 2015

The August 2015 IFSSH Ezine.

July 31, 2015

The dedication and passion that our members bring to the field and the improved quality of life that they bring to their patients is the reason we all chose this career, and this great milestone is a tribute not only to where we’ve been, but also where we are going. 

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