The British Journal of Surgery (BJS)
Pancreatic Cancer and Social Media
Professor Keith Roberts, the author of the leading article discusses the articles in this important area. We also talk to Professor Steven Wexner about the possibilities and limitations of social media when used in the field of surgical science.
Oesophagogastric Cancer December 2016
Wendy Barnaby talks to Professor John Reynolds about national registries for oesophagogastric cancer and issues from the December 2016 issue of BJS
Special Issue on surgical infection
Three authors discuss their articles on biofilm formation, vaccines and glucose levels from the special issue on surgical infections
Surgery in the elderly January 2016
Three authors included in the special issue on surgery in the elderly (volume 103, issue 2), discuss the issues surrounding treatment and care of the older patient.
Abdominal aortic aneurysms
JM van Rij, JS Lindholt and JJ Earnshaw discuss the July 2015 issue of BJS (volume 102, issue 8), which contains a number of articles on abdominal aortic aneurysms.
D. Scott-Coombes, President of the British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons, discusses the March 2015 issue of BJS (volume 102, issue 4), which contains a leading article, three invited reviews and an original article on the subject of endocrine surgery.