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AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 26, Number 3, 2017



Point/Counterpoint: Opioid Prescriptions — What is a Neurosurgeon's Responsibility?

Change the Equation: Polyanalagesic Options in the Perioperative Period

Neuroablation: An Under-utilized Tool

Theory to Practice: Better Pain Treatment Through Advances in Spinal Stimulation

Neurosurgeons Rise Up to Address the Opioid Crisis in America

How to Painlessly Integrate Pain Therapies Into Your Practice

DoD/VA Lead the Way in the Opioid Crisis

The Disruptive Employed Physician and Medical Staff Bylaws


Ethics in Practice: Pain, Physician and Patient: Monumental Challenges

Face-Time: Interview With Peter W. Carmel, MD, FAANS

Resident's Forum: The Pain of Neurosurgical Residency

The Neurosurgeon's Studio: July 1

Timeline: Lost Arts: Teaching the Neurosurgical Management of Pain

Medicolegal: To Enable or Make Stable?: The Emtala Dilemma in the Opioid Crisis

Coding Clarity: Coding Pain Should Not Be a Pain

Bookshelf: The Patient Will See You Now: The Future of Medicine is in Your Hands

Editorial License: We Feel the Pain

Inside Neurosurgeon

President's Perspective: Neurosurgeons and Pain

AANS International: Neuroscience and Neurosurgery in Bosnia-Herzegovina

AANS International: Evolution of Neurosurgery in Greece

NPA Report: NPA-IHI Readmissions and Length of Stay Study

NREF: News From the NREF: The Philanthropic Arm of AANS for Education and Research

Washington Watch: Washington Watch

AANS News: Notice of Disciplinary Action

AANS News: 2018 Humanitarian Award Nominations Due Oct. 16, 2017

AANS News: 2018 AANS Cushing Award for Technical Excellence and Innovation in Neurosurgery-Nominations Due Oct. 16, 2017

AANS Student

The Pain-free Pain Education of Medical Students

The Challenge of Pain

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