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AANS Neurosurgeon: The Best of 2016

As the leading, socioeconomic publication of organized neurosurgery, AANS Neurosurgeon would like to recognize the best of 2016. As before in the printed compendium, the main criteria for article inclusion was online popularity along with issue themes. Each section in the publication is represented, including Features, Departments, Inside Neurosurgeon and Gray Matters. Cover-image-1-resized

Below are the best of the best for 2016:

Point: Retirement and the Myth of Sisyphus by Patrick J. Kelly, MD, FAANS(L)
featured in the March 2016 issue “A High-wire Act: Neurosurgery and Work-life Balance”

Counterpoint: Regionalization of Neurosurgical Care, Not Subspecialization of Providers by Kristopher Kimmell, MD
featured in the December 2016 issue “Neurosurgical Subspecialization”

Why Neurosurgeons Need to Prepare for Career Restructuring by Heactor E. James, MD, FAANS(L)
featured in the March 2016 issue “A High-wire Act: Neurosurgery and Work-life Balance

OneNeurosurgery by Robert E. Harbaugh, MD, FAANS; Frederick A. Boop, MD, FAANS; Christopher I Shaffrey, MD, FAANS; Russell R. Lonser, MD, FAANS; Kim J. Burchiel, MD, FAANS; and Shelly D. Timmons, MD, FAANS  
featured in the June 2016 issue “ACOs, Mergers and Acquisitions”

Cover-ACO-4-resizedRole of the Neurosurgeon: Captain of the Ship or Deckhand? by Daniel B. Micheal, MD, PhD, FAANS
featured in the September 2016 issue “Neurotrauma”

Update from the American Board of Neurological Surgeons by Richard G. Ellenbogen, MD, FAANS
featured in the December 2016 issue “Neurosurgical Subspecialization”

Bookshelf: Understanding Value-Based Healthcare by Gary D. Vander Ark, MD, FAANS
featured in the June 2016 issue “A High-wire Act: Neurosurgery and Work-life Balance”

Coding Clarity: Coding John Doe by Antonis Mammis, MD
featured in the September 2016 issue “Neurotrauma”

Editorial License: Life in Neurosurgery: All In? by Michael Schulder, MD, FAANS
featured in the March 2016 issue “A High-wire Act: Neurosurgery and Work-life Balance”Neurotrauma-reszied

Ethics: Developing a Cor Foundation Essential for Successful Practice of Neurosurgery by Jason L. Schroeder, MD, FAANS
featured in the December 2016 issue “Neurosurgical Subspecialization”

Financial Forethought: Neurosurgery and Work Life Balance: Our Family, Our Asset, Our Legacy by Catherine A. Mazzola, MD, FAANS
featured in the March 2016 issue “A High-wire Act: Neurosurgery and Work-life Balance”

Gray Matters: Mini-craniotomy for Subacute Subdural Hematoma by Tarik F. Ibrahim, MD, and Vikram C. Prabhu, MD, FAANS
featured in the September 2016 issue “Neurotrauma”  

PAANS-Magazine-Dec-2016-Specialization-ET3-wider-resizedatient Safety: Who Is the Right Surgeon for Your Patient? by Kristopher Kimmell, MD
featured in the December 2016 issue “Neurosurgical Subspecialization”

Practice Management: Neurosurgical Subspecialization by Aruna Ganju, MD
featured in the December 2016 issue “Neurosurgical Subspecialization”

President’s Perspective: Do Not Go Gently by Frederick A. Boop, MD, FAANS
featured in the June 2016 issue “ACOs, Merger and Acquisitions”

Resident’s Forum: The Challenges of Starting a Family During Neurosurgical Residency Training by Tyler J. Kenning, MD, FAANS
featured in the March 2016 issue “A High-wire Act: Neurosurgery and Work-life Balance”

The Neurosurgeon’s Studio: The Simple Things by Kathryn Ko, MD, MFA, FAANS
featured in the December 2016 issue “Neurosurgical Subspecialization” 

A special thanks to all those who contributed to AANS Neurosurgeon in 2016. We look forward to more great articles this year. If you are interesting in contributing to an issue of AANS Neurosurgeon, please contact Terra Miller at tmm@aans.org

Calendar/Courses

8th World Congress of Neuroendoscopy
Nov. 1-4, 2017; Cape Town, South Africa

3rd Annual Selected Topics in Craniomaxillofacial Surgery
Nov. 4, 2017 - Nov. 5, 2017; Boston, Mass.

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