SURGICAL TRAINING programs are in the doldrums. Like it or not, "see one, do one, teach one" is no longer acceptable as a tenet of medical learning. We are not alone in this medical education conundrum. As surgeons, however, we do seem to be seeking our salvation in a unique process. Our process looks more like a labor dispute than a serious evaluation of our educational model.1
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