Online First

To ensure timely access to research, these articles are published (and indexed in PubMed) before they appear in a print issue of the journal.

How to cite an epub ahead of print article: Author A, Author B, Author C, et al. Article title. Can J Surg. Year [cited date]; [page length]. DOI:10.1503/cjs.000000

Research * Recherche

Assessing resectability of colorectal liver metastases: How do different subspecialties interpret the same data?
J-M Aubin and colleagues
(First published June 1, 2018)

Practice and attitudes regarding double gloving among staff surgeons and surgical trainees
M.E. Lipson and colleagues
(First published June 1, 2018)

A day in the life of emergency general surgery in Canada: a multicentre observational study
K. DeGirolamo and colleagues
(First published June 1, 2018)

Thirty-day hospital readmission and emergency department visits after vascular surgery: a Canadian prospective cohort study
M.H. Syed and colleagues
(First published June 1, 2018)

Propofol administration by endoscopists versus anesthesiologists in gastrointestinal endoscopy: a systematic review and meta-analysis of patient safety outcomes
J.F. Daza and colleagues
(First published June 1, 2018)

Beyond just the operating room: characterizing the complete caseload of a tertiary acute care surgery service
T.J. van Zyl and colleagues
(First published June 1, 2018)

Commentary * Commentaire

The current state of resident trauma training: Are we losing a generation?
P.T. Engels and colleagues
(First published April. 1, 2018)

Debate and Consensus

CJS is dedicated to the development of best surgical practice.  The CJS consensus protocol encourages discussion of consensus statements and articles before publication.

We are currently inviting comment on the article “Toward late career transitioning: a proposal for academic surgeons” by Richards and colleagues. Please send us your comments by submitting an eLetter.