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Providing members with timely and relevant news, perspectives, opportunities, and calls to action.

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Surgeons Take Action on Medicare Cuts, Help Needed on Trauma Bill

February 27, 2024

Last week, the 鶹ýreached out to surgeon members in the US, asking them to use SurgeonsVoice.org and urge their Senators to address the 3.37% cuts to Medicare physician payments that went into effect January 1.

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Submit Your Clinical Congress 2024 Abstracts by Friday

February 27, 2024

Be a part of one of the world’s most prestigious surgical education conferences. Submit abstracts, videos, and surgical history postersby Friday, March 1,for presentation consideration at the 鶹ýClinical Congress, October 19–22 in San Francisco, California.

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Read this week's entire issue for the latest news on the 鶹ýand the field of surgery.

February 27, 2024 Issue

Claim CME Credit

Eligible physicians can now claim CME credit for engaging with the content of the鶹ýBrief. For each issue,0.5AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are available.

How to Claim CME

Neurosurgeon Discusses Sensational Portrayals of Surgeons in Media

The latest episode of The House of Surgery features Frederick G. Barker II, MD, FACS, a neurosurgeon from Boston, Massachusetts, delivering the Charles G. Drake History of Surgery Lecture at Clinical Congress 2023. His lecture, “Pathologies of the Surgical Image in Modern American Popular Culture,” begins with a sensational neuroscience case from the 19th century and pivots to sensational portrayals of surgeons in the literature, film, and other media.

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