“Is General Surgery Still Relevant to the Subspecialised Trainee?” A 10 Year Comparison of General Versus Specialty Surgical Practice

@article{Fleming2014IsGS,
  title={“Is General Surgery Still Relevant to the Subspecialised Trainee?” A 10 Year Comparison of General Versus Specialty Surgical Practice},
  author={C A Fleming and Zinobia Khan and Emmet J. Andrews and Greg J. Fulton and Henry Paul Redmond and Mark Anthony Corrigan},
  journal={World Journal of Surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={39},
  pages={297-302}
}
The splintering of general surgery into subspecialties in the past decade has brought into question the relevance of a continued emphasis on traditional general surgical training. With the majority of trainees now expressing a preference to subspecialise early, this study sought to identify if the requirement for proficiency in managing general surgical… CONTINUE READING