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Volunteer Note
October 02, 2015

Martin I. Boyer, MD, FRCS(C) shares some exciting things are happening here in the Education Division of the ASSH, including changes to the publications structure, updates to Hand-e, preparations for the 2016 Self-Assessment Exam and the potential future of the ASSH's CME offerings.

Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras
September 25, 2015
The final report from the field in San Pedro Sula, Honduras from the THP team
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras
September 24, 2015
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras from our OR nurse, Sue Shapiro.
Plans for the Upcoming Year from President Neil F. Jones, MD
September 24, 2015
The new Strategic Plan will guide the Hand Society's activities over the next 2-3 years, and in line with those objectives, President Jones shares a brief overview of the projects approved by Council that will potentially come to fruition in the next twelve months and beyond.
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras
September 23, 2015
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras from our OR nurse, Sue Shapiro.
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras
September 22, 2015
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras from our OR nurse, Sue Shapiro.
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras
September 21, 2015
Updates from the Touching Hands Project mission trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras from our OR nurse, Sue Shapiro.
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.

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