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May 30, 2014
One Question Results, Council Applications and more!
Chase Library
May 30, 2014
This monogramed leather medical bag belonged to Sterling Bunnell, MD, a pioneer of hand surgery and the first President of ASSH.
In Memoriam
May 30, 2014
ASSH is sad to announce the passing of Lifetime Member, James B. Steichen, MD.
Survey Summary
May 30, 2014
Results from the May 23, 2014 One-Question Survey assessing member interest in a published collection of hand-related drawings by the late hand surgeon, founding Hand Society member, and ASSH Past-President J. William Littler, MD.
Presidential Update
May 27, 2014
After our recent Council meeting in Chicago, May 16-17, it became clear that the Hand Society is advancing in every way.  Our technology-driven projects are blooming, our local and international partnerships are flourishing, and we continue to enhance our educational offerings.  Council members conducted rich discussions and asked all the right questions during our two-day session.  Here is a brief overview of what you can expect in the near future.
May 23, 2014
Annual Meeting, One Question and More!
May 16, 2014
Government Affairs, new Hand-e content, and more!
Volunteer Note
May 16, 2014
Nine members of the ASSH Government Affairs Committee traveled to Washington, DC, on May 1 to lobby our congressional representatives during the orthopaedic surgery "Day on the Hill." 
AFSH
May 16, 2014
On Monday, May 12, the ASSH welcomed the Riordan Hand Society to the central office to celebrate the life and work of Daniel C. Riordan, MD (October 3, 1917 – October 27, 2012).
Survey Summary
May 16, 2014
Results from the May 9, 2014 One-Question Survey in which members were asked about issues they've experienced with the JHS app.
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