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Three authors discuss their articles published in the July 2014 (101:8) issue. Areas discussed include breast cancer treatment influenced by molecular subtype, the slow movement towards towards breast-conserving surgery after NACT, and next-generation sequencing.
All four speakers have articles published in the Special Issue. The development of emergency surgery as a surgical specialty in its own right is discussed along with the growing burden of global disease requiring emergency surgery.
A leading article by psychosurgeon, Uttam Shiralkar on psychological insight for surgeons, and an article by Anna Pinto, Colin Bicknell and colleagues on surgical complications and their implications for surgeons' well-being, are discussed in this podcast. What happens when things go wrong in the operating theatre? How do surgeons cope and how are they supported?
A leading article by G. Stansby & D. Berridge and an original article by Saunders et al. on the subject of venous thromboembolism are published in the July 2013 issue of BJS (100:8). In this podcast, G. Stansby and B. Braithwaite (a co-author on the original article) discuss how vascular units would need to work differently to follow recent treatment guidelines from NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence).
To accompany publication of the BJS Special Issue entitled Improving Outcomes in Gastrointestinal Cancer, we have produced a podcast, which discusses what we hoped to achieve by focussing on one area of cancer.
Two articles published online in BJS on the topic of wound dressings in the prevention of surgical-site infection in surgical wounds and evidence-based decisions for local and systemic wound care are discussed.
Three articles on transplantation appear in the June 2012 issue of BJS. Mr Mike Silva and Mr Gavin Pettigrew discuss all three and they can be accessed free.
Two articles on AAAs are discussed by Professor Janet Powell from Imperial College, London. Mr Jonothan Earnshaw then goes on to describe the work of the NHS AAA Screening Programme in England as well as three other articles on the subject included in the May 2012 issue.
The April 2012 issue of BJS has a colorectal theme with several papers published on the subject. Professor Winter picks out two of them to discuss in further detail.
This podcast was recorded to accompany the publication of the BJS supplement dedicated to trauma.
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