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SHORE in the News

May 2013

Consider extended postop thromboprophylaxis when VTE risk reaches 0.88%

June 2013

Prediction of postdischarge venous thromboembolism using a risk assessment model

September 2013

Concern raised over robotic surgery complications

Lighting Up Can Bring You Down in Colorectal Surgery

Smokers Have Higher Complication Risk after Colon Surgery

Resident involvement is associated with worse outcomes after major lower extremity amputation

October 2013

New Initiative Will Focus on Improving Care Outcomes

Dr. Murray Brennan of Memorial Sloan-Kettering visits SHORE to Discuss Multidisciplinary Cancer Care with Local Experts

SHORE hosted a Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Symposium on October 25, 2013

Panel Discussion at Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Symposium

Panel Discussion on Current Multidisciplinary Issues featuring:

  • Surgery in a Large Cancer Center: Murray Brennan, MD

  • Primary Care: David Holub, MD

  • Pathology: Christa Whitney Miller, MD

  • Gastroenterology: Anil Sharma, MD

  • Surgery in the Community: Christopher Caldwell, MD

  • Patient Advocacy: Ann Savastano

  • Medical Oncology: Aram Hezel, MD

  • Insurance Perspective: Martin Lustick, MD

  • Surgical Oncology: Carl Andrus, MD


January 2014

SHORE is Currently Hiring for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship-- POSITION FILLED

March 2014

Perioperative pleiotropic statin effects in general surgery.

May 2014

Congratulations to Dr. Kristin Kelly for winning the Pennsylvania Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Award at the ASCRS 2014 meeting for her presentation on "Predicting Readmission after Colorectal Surgery: A Point-Based Score"


August 2014

Surgeon Volume Plays a Significant Role in Outcomes and Cost Following Open Incisional Hernia Repair.

September 2014

Disease Severity, Not Operative Approach, Drives Organ Space Infection After Pediatric Appendectomy

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