Are surgeon-scientists a dying breed? Dr. John Ikonomidis is the lead author of a new paper that explores the decline of surgeons who are applying for...View Details

Hosted by Thomas K. Varghese Jr., MD, MS, Annals Deputy Editor, Digital Media and Digital Scholarship, the “Beyond the Abstract” program explore...View Details

The job market for cardiothoracic surgeons is more promising now than it has been in decades. So how can residents and fellows be successful in findin...View Details

More cardiothoracic surgery programs are incorporating robotics training for residents and fellows. But should robotics be a standard part of the curr...View Details

The STS National Database is known worldwide as the “gold standard” for quality improvement and patient safety in cardiothoracic surgery. Launched...View Details

Despite mandates that determinants of health and differences in sex be incorporated into clinical trials, some groups—such as minorities, women, and...View Details

Endocarditis is one of the most challenging infections to treat for cardiothoracic surgeons, and the opioid epidemic has led to a staggering increase ...View Details

Media coverage can be a powerful way for cardiothoracic surgeons to help more patients and their families understand important health care information...View Details

The Society is offering a new opportunity for self-assessment and quality improvement in cardiothoracic surgery—surgeon-specific outcomes reports fr...View Details

Some of the most successful cardiothoracic surgeons credit mentors for part of their achievements. Whether you are still in training, an early careeri...View Details

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