Our faculty, residents, fellows, scientists and staff engage in remarkable research that yields numerous impactful publications. We’re highlighting a few of these publications each month to showcase the diversity of research in our department. The January 2022 selections are below, with faculty authors’ names denoted in bold type. Our complete list of January publications with links to full articles is available on our Recent Publications page.
A qualitative study of the system-level barriers to bariatric surgery within the Veterans Health Administration.
Funk LM, Alagoz E, Jolles SA, Shea GE, Gunter RL, Raffa SD, Voils CI.
Ann Surg. 2022 Jan 1;275(1):e181-e188.
[PubMed ID: 32886462]
How we do it: Otolaryngology applicant impressions of virtual meet and greets at a single institution.
Cheng CF, Knewitz AP, Pasic TR, Glazer TA.
J Surg Educ. 2022 Jan-Feb;79(1):40-45.
[PubMed ID: 34452854]
Surgical overtreatment and shared decision-making—the limits of choice.
Clapp JT, Schwarze ML, Fleisher LA.
JAMA Surg. 2022 Jan 1;157(1):5-6.
[PubMed ID: 34643671]
Complement blockade in recipients prevents delayed graft function and delays antibody-mediated rejection in a nonhuman primate model of kidney transplantation.
Eerhart MJ, Reyes JA, Blanton CL, Danobeitia JS, Chlebeck PJ, Zitur LJ, Springer M, Polyak E, Coonen J, Capuano S, D’Alessandro AM, Torrealba J, van Amersfoort E, Ponstein Y, van Kooten C, Burlingham W, Sullivan J, Pozniak M, Zhong W, Yankol Y, Fernandez LA.
Transplantation. 2022 Jan 1;106(1):60-71.
[PubMed ID: 34905763]
Promoting patient engagement during care transitions after surgery using mobile technology: Lessons learned from the MobiMD pilot study.
Diehl TM, Barrett JR, Van Doorn R, Cherney Stafford LM, Hanlon BM, Weber SM, Voils CI, Abbott DE.
Surgery. 2022 Jan 24:S0039-6060(21)01241-1.
[PubMed ID: 35086727]