New England Surgical Society
New England Surgical Society

Winter 2020 Newsletter

Winter 2020 Newsletter
» President's Message
» Editor's Corner
» Secretary's Message
» Recorder's Message
» Program Chair's Message
» Notice of 2020 Annual Meeting
» Notice of 2020 Surgical Resident and Fellow Research Day
» Photo Highlights from 2019 Annual Meeting
» 2019 Annual Meeting Presentation Awards
» Summary of the 2019 Annual Business Meeting
» Dues Renewal
» Committee and Representative Listing
» NESS Job Board

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Secretary's Message
James Whiting, MD
James Whiting, MD

Although the ground up here is deep in snow, I have it on good authority that spring will arrive this year as always. And that means Resident Research Day! For those of you who haven’t ever attended or sent in work, here is your opportunity. We’ll once again be at the Conference Center at Waltham Woods, in Waltham, Massachusetts, this year on Tuesday, May 12. It’s a fabulous, intimate setting, and year after year, the research presented by the residents has been simply outstanding. Over the years, we’ve seen everything from tight, well analyzed single center series, to ground-breaking work on opioid prescribing, to cutting edge basic science to large database work with data sources such as NSQIP or the National Inpatient Sample. Original work is encouraged, but it is allowable to have residents submit work that has been presented previously, so there is no excuse to not have your best work on display here. There are cash awards for the residents in both basic sciences as well as clinical sciences, but although it is a competition the vibe is completely collaborative with a tasty lunch and a chance to mingle with residents from all over New England. Submitting and/or attending will also satisfy your Society participation obligations. So mark it on your calendar and we hope to see you there! The abstract submission deadline is March 31, 2020.

Sincerely,

James Whiting, MD
NESS Secretary