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Volunteer Note
March 10, 2016

My tenure as a Research Director is coming to an end after the Annual Meeting, and I am pleased that we have set a trajectory of grant application and review rigor that lain the foundation for current and future success of our research enterprise. 

Volunteer Note
March 03, 2016

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.

Survey Results
February 26, 2016

Results of the One Question asking members about their paid monthly services, in an effort for the Hand Society to research various alternative billing methods.

Volunteer Note
February 26, 2016

Fostering basic science, clinical, outcomes and translational research in hand and upper extremity is one of the five pillars of the ASSH, and the work of the Research Director and his or her dedicated committees ensures that we continue to advance and innovate our field. 

Volunteer Note
February 19, 2016

We, as a committee, have striven to create an examination that: 1) enables an individual to assess their knowledge base of current practices in hand surgery, 2) is a vehicle to obtain CME credit, 3) serves as a study aid for board certification and recertification and 4) acts a learning tool for new knowledge in hand surgery.

February 12, 2016

Results of the One Question asking members if they have been to Austin.

Volunteer Note
February 12, 2016

Problems are a part of life, and this program will teach you the specific prevention, intervention and management skills needed to address these problems as well as tips to aid in your understanding of the communication and ethics required when treating patients with compassion.

IFSSH Ezine
February 05, 2016

The February 2016 IFSSH Ezine.

February 05, 2016

Results of the One Question posed to members about their use of the "My Library" feature of Hand-e.

Volunteer Note
February 05, 2016

It is the enthusiasm and dedication of our volunteers that makes ASSH the premier hand and upper extremity surgical society.

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