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Maximizing the Impact of Surgical Health Services Research

Maximizing the Impact of Surgical Health Services Research Opinion EDITORIAL The Methodology Toolbox Amir A. Ghaferi, MD, MS; Adil H. Haider, MD, MPH; Melina R. Kibbe, MD In the past, stereotypical surgeon-scientists were busy clini- array of methods in their HSR toolbox and to lower any barri- cal surgeons who studied the intersection of their clinical spe- ers to asking the necessary and difficult research questions re- quired to move the science of surgery forward. To ensure that cialty and biology in a laboratory setting. They harnessed their passion and interest in clinical pathophysiology in the labo- these guides are practical and relevant, we have leveraged our ratory with their innate de- partnership as the official journal of the Surgical Outcomes Club sire to fix problems in the op- (http://www.surgicaloutcomesclub.com) to develop a 3-person Related articles erating room. However, with authorship team that includes (1) a surgeon-investigator who pages 250, 252, and 254 the growing complexity of our is an established member of the Surgical Outcomes Club with health care system, surgeons’ focus has slowly shifted to the extensive experience using the methodology; (2) a member of epidemiology of surgical diseases, trying to understand the pa- the JAMA Surgery Editorial Board who commonly reviews tient-level implications of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Surgery American Medical Association

Maximizing the Impact of Surgical Health Services Research

JAMA Surgery , Volume 155 (3) – Mar 29, 2020

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2020 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6254
eISSN
2168-6262
DOI
10.1001/jamasurg.2019.5479
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Abstract

Opinion EDITORIAL The Methodology Toolbox Amir A. Ghaferi, MD, MS; Adil H. Haider, MD, MPH; Melina R. Kibbe, MD In the past, stereotypical surgeon-scientists were busy clini- array of methods in their HSR toolbox and to lower any barri- cal surgeons who studied the intersection of their clinical spe- ers to asking the necessary and difficult research questions re- quired to move the science of surgery forward. To ensure that cialty and biology in a laboratory setting. They harnessed their passion and interest in clinical pathophysiology in the labo- these guides are practical and relevant, we have leveraged our ratory with their innate de- partnership as the official journal of the Surgical Outcomes Club sire to fix problems in the op- (http://www.surgicaloutcomesclub.com) to develop a 3-person Related articles erating room. However, with authorship team that includes (1) a surgeon-investigator who pages 250, 252, and 254 the growing complexity of our is an established member of the Surgical Outcomes Club with health care system, surgeons’ focus has slowly shifted to the extensive experience using the methodology; (2) a member of epidemiology of surgical diseases, trying to understand the pa- the JAMA Surgery Editorial Board who commonly reviews tient-level implications of

Journal

JAMA SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 29, 2020

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