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Authors: R. L. Venchiarutti, M. J. Solomon, C. E. Koh, J. M. Young, D. Steffens

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Authors: A. Pulvirenti, A. Pea, N. Rezaee, C. Gasparini, G. Malleo, M. J. Weiss et al.

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The Society of Academic & Research Surgery (SARS), located at The Royal College of Surgeons of England, has fostered and enhanced research in various disciplines of surgery under its auspices for more than 50 years.

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Authors: T. Yang, K. Liu, C.‐F. Liu, Q. Zhong, J. Zhang, J.‐J. Yu et al.

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Authors: W. H. Allum, E. C. Smyth, J. M. Blazeby, H. I. Grabsch, S. M. Griffin, S. Rowley et al.

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Authors: R. C. Grossman BJS Editor Assistant

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Authors: S. J. Rottier, S. T. Dijk, A. A. W. Geloven, W. H. Schreurs, W. A. Draaisma, W. A. Enst et al.

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Editorial podcast for the July 2019 issue

S. J. Wigmore

Introducing Professor Steve Wigmore as this month's Guest Podcast Editor, a transplant and liver & pancreas surgeon at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, UK and Editor-in-Chief of HPB journal. He highlights the important Leading Article by Professor Mike Sarr, from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA, on the future of scientific publishing. It's free to read so click onto the issue after listening to Professor Wigmore's thoughts. He also notes the article written by a collaboration of Scottish and America surgeons, that generated a great deal of media interest, on reducing surgical mortality in Scotland by use of the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist.

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Editorial podcast for the June 2019 issue

J. J. Earnshaw

Listen to the BJS Editor-in-Chief. Jonothan Earnshaw, give an update on what's happening on BJS, as well as introducing the June issue, which has a selection of articles on hernia. He talks about our social media presence, a new editor coming on board, and the two systematic reviews, two RCTs, and a leader on hernia.

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Editorial podcast for the May 2019 issue

R. J. Hinchliffe

Listen to Professor Rob Hinchliffe (@robhinchliffe1 on Twitter) introduce the articles published in the May 2019 issue of the Journal.

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Editorial podcast for the April 2019 issue

R. J. Hinchliffe

As well as discussing the contents of the April issue, Professor Rob Hinchliffe (Twitter @robhinchliffe1) talks about the BJS Editor Assistant Bursary, which we are recruiting for at the moment (please see Twitter @BJSurgery for more details). He also introduces a new article type, the Rapid Research Communication, which will be a vehicle for reporting early clinical results of exciting research or novel techniques before they enter larger clinical trials. He also reveals his Paper of the Month.

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Editorial podcast for the March 2019 issue

M. D. Evans

Mr Martyn Evans, BJS Editor, produces his first issue podcast for the March 2019 issue, which includes a selection of articles on diverticulitis. An excellent leading article entitled 'The diminishing role of surgery for acute diverticulitis' by S. Biondo is free to read. Mr Evans also highlights two vascular meta-analyses, including one on clinical trials examining the benefit of structured home exercise in patients with peripheral artery disease by J. Golledge. Finally, he announces his Paper of the Month.

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Editorial podcast for the February 2019 issue

R. J. Hinchliffe

Professor Rob Hinchliffe, BJS Editor, talks through this month's articles and says there is content that paediatric, transplant and plastic/burns surgeons will find of interest. He also discusses the leading article by A. C. de Beaux on abdominal wall closure, which is free to read. Finally, he reveals his Paper of the Month.

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