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Highlights June 2017 In This Issue Volume 152, Number 6 Pages 513-612 JAMA Surgery Research Opinion Editorial Rude and Disrespectful Surgeons Risk More Complications 522 519 JAMA Surgery 2016 Year in Review Do rude and disrespectful behaviors identifi ed through patient complaints predict post- MR Kibbe operative complications? Cooper and colleagues reviewed unsolicited patient complaints for surgeons operating on 32 125 patients in the National Surgical Quality Improvement Clinical Review & Education Program from 7 academic sites. Patients whose surgeons had more patient complaints in JAMA Surgery Clinical Challenge the previous 2 years had a signifi cantly increased risk of having postoperative surgical and medical complications. Invited Commentary 530 Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Best Case/Worst Case Framework for Surgical Decisions 531 Taylor et al evaluate surgeon-patient communication after teaching surgeons to use the Best Case/Worst Case framework for high-stakes surgical decisions. In this pre-post 599 What is your diagnosis? study, they analyzed preoperative conversations between surgeons and 32 frail, older inpatients facing an acute surgical problem. Surgeons used the Best Case/Worst Case LETTERS framework to structure treatment conversations and improved on objective measures Research Letter of shared decision making. 602 Association Between Elements of Invited Commentary 538 EHR Systems and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Surgery American Medical Association

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JAMA Surgery , Volume 152 (6) – Jun 1, 2017

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June 2017 In This Issue Volume 152, Number 6 Pages 513-612 JAMA Surgery Research Opinion Editorial Rude and Disrespectful Surgeons Risk More Complications 522 519 JAMA Surgery 2016 Year in Review Do rude and disrespectful behaviors identifi ed through patient complaints predict post- MR Kibbe operative complications? Cooper and colleagues reviewed unsolicited patient complaints for surgeons operating on 32 125 patients in the National Surgical Quality Improvement Clinical Review &...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2017 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6254
eISSN
2168-6262
DOI
10.1001/jamasurg.2016.3432
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June 2017 In This Issue Volume 152, Number 6 Pages 513-612 JAMA Surgery Research Opinion Editorial Rude and Disrespectful Surgeons Risk More Complications 522 519 JAMA Surgery 2016 Year in Review Do rude and disrespectful behaviors identifi ed through patient complaints predict post- MR Kibbe operative complications? Cooper and colleagues reviewed unsolicited patient complaints for surgeons operating on 32 125 patients in the National Surgical Quality Improvement Clinical Review & Education Program from 7 academic sites. Patients whose surgeons had more patient complaints in JAMA Surgery Clinical Challenge the previous 2 years had a signifi cantly increased risk of having postoperative surgical and medical complications. Invited Commentary 530 Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Best Case/Worst Case Framework for Surgical Decisions 531 Taylor et al evaluate surgeon-patient communication after teaching surgeons to use the Best Case/Worst Case framework for high-stakes surgical decisions. In this pre-post 599 What is your diagnosis? study, they analyzed preoperative conversations between surgeons and 32 frail, older inpatients facing an acute surgical problem. Surgeons used the Best Case/Worst Case LETTERS framework to structure treatment conversations and improved on objective measures Research Letter of shared decision making. 602 Association Between Elements of Invited Commentary 538 EHR Systems and

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JAMA SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

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