AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 25, Number 1, 2016

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Features

Point: Retirement and the Myth of Sisyphus

Counterpoint: Just Walk Away

Neurosurgeons: Life

Women in Neurosurgery: Walking the Balance Beam of Life

Navigating the Yellow Brick Road: The Quest for Work Life Balance of Women in Neurosurgery

Generational Neurosurgery: Would You Want This for Your Children?

A Neurosurgeon’s Nightmare: Essential Tremor

Why Neurosurgeons Need to Prepare for Career Restructuring

Mindfulness and Meditation: Cognitive Strategies to Prevent Physician Burnout

Departments

Medicolegal: Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: The Legal and Ethical Considerations of Physician Fatigue

Bookshelf: When Breath Becomes Air

Financial Forethought: Neurosurgery and Work Life Balance: Our Family, Our Asset, Our Legacy

Practice Management: Tipping the Balance of Work and Life: The Employer on the Scale

Resident's Forum: The Challenges of Starting a Family During Neurosurgical Residency Training

Patient Safety: Feeling the Burn: Neurosurgery, Burnout and Patient Safety

Face-Time: Interview with Raymond Sawaya, MD, FAANS

Coding Clarity: Laminectomy and Interbody Fusion Confusion

Editorial License: Life in Neurosurgery: All In?

Inside Neurosurgeon

President's Perspective: Duty Hour Restrictions: What Have We Learned? Where Do We Go From Here?

NERVES: Finding Life Balance Through Life Integration

AANS International: The IFAANS Distinction: Honoring Those Who Further the AANS Mission Worldwide

AANS International: Collaboration Leading the Way in Chicago

Washington Watch: Washington Watch

NPA Report: Primary Medical Specialties Co-leading Development of Spine Patient Registry

NPA Report: Largest Spine Registry in North America Rebrands: Meet QOD

AANS News: Notice of Disciplinary Action

Peer-Reviewed Research

The Impact of Closed ICUs on Neurosurgical Practice

Surveys

Gray Matters: Bringing Polemic Issues with Inchoate Guidelines Into Sharper Focus

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