The AATS Leadership Academy provides participants with the administrative, interpersonal, and mentoring skills necessary to serve successfully as an academic cardiothoracic surgeon. The intensive, didactic, and interactive program gives up to 20 surgeons the opportunity to interact with well-known thoracic surgical leaders who might subsequently serve as personal mentors.Leadership Academy
Women in Cardiothoracic Leadership Series
The AATS Women in Cardiothoracic Leadership Taskforce provides a six-part webinar series focused on women in cardiothoracic leadership. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from and engage with cardiothoracic female surgical experts and leaders in their field. The focus on interests and recruitment of young and talented women to cardiothoracic surgery (high school, undergraduate, medical school and residency) as well as topics focused for attending and senior surgeons.
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Assessing the impact of publications: A bibliometric analysis of the top-cited articles from The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery continues to provide a global platform to share impactful knowledge related to surgery for thoracic diseases. By Alejandra Castro-Varela, et al.
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