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Dr. Jamil Ahmad
Plastic Surgeon in Toronto, Canada. Specializing in aesthetic .
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Aesthetic Surgery J May 22
June is here! Read it today, hot off the presses including 2 CME articles by Dr. Ken Shestak and Dr. Lorne Rosenfield: Get CME:
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Aesthetic Surgery J Jun 20
Impact Factor Day is like Christmas in June! On behalf of Team ASJ we thank all our authors, reviewers, editors who helped us achieve 3.480, ranking ASJ 33/203 (top 16%) among all surgical journals. We couldn't have done it w/o you!
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Dr. Mark Magnusson Jun 20
Amazing outcome but not surprising with the amazing content and such a vibrant journal to read. Just wait for next year! Proud to be on the editorial board but special appreciation of the editorial team
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Aesthetic Surgery J Jun 24
Read the brand new July issue of ASJ here: and don't miss this paper: An Analysis of Plastic Surgeons’ Use and Perceptions: JM Economides, KL Fan, TA Pittman. on pages 794–802,
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Kyleigh Vrettos Jun 28
Don't miss the next Journal Club on Tues, July 2nd, 5pm PST, 8pm EST with Dr and - read the article: and email kyleigh@surgery.org to register!
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Dr. Jamil Ahmad Jun 27
Replying to @wyshynski
The salary cap should be restructured to promote player development, a higher allocation should allowed for players who were drafted by a team, acquired by a team prior to playing in NHL, etc. As it stands, the current model penalizes teams who develop young players.
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Dr Nahai Jun 27
Very significant!!
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Aesthetic Surgery J Jun 26
Who's in? Email phaedra@surgery.org to register for this free 30-min ASJ Journal Club. Learn from Dr. John
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BAPRASvoice Jun 18
We welcome the news that the Breast and Cosmetic Implant Registry has moved to an opt-out system. This move represents a move in the right direction for ease of data collection and View our full statement here:
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Dr Nahai Jun 19
Most read on the ASJ web site Labia Minora, Labia Majora, and Clitoral Hood Alteration: Experience-Based Recommendations
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Kyleigh Vrettos Jun 20
It's an exciting day for Team ASJ! We couldn't have achieved this milestone without our wonderful editors, authors, and reviewers. Thank you for all you do.
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Aesthetic Surgery J Jun 20
With great contributors like you, we are all lucky! 🍀
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Dr Nahai Jun 20
Thanks to our authors editors and staff our impact factor has increased again
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Dr Gemma Sharp Jun 20
Congratulations and the entire team on this magnificent effort! Very well deserved and very happy to be a part of the ! Here's to going up the rankings even further in 2020!
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Dr Nahai Jun 17
A must read for us all
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Anand Deva Jun 14
In depth story on in today. Let’s not fail our women again. Lessons learned should be applied to breast implants now
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 14
to sharing one of the many important topics discussed at The Aesthetic Meeting 2019 in New Orleans.
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Aesthetic Surgery J Jun 14
REGISTER! ASJ Journal Club: 7/2/19 5pmPST;8pmEST Feature articled was viewed 53,305 times! Read here: then email phaedra@surgery.org to register. Learn from &
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ℍ𝕦𝕟𝕥𝕖𝕣 𝔸𝕝𝕖𝕩𝕒𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕣 Jun 9
Why should academic authors secure an ORCID ID? See what Phaedra Cress says in this new editorial:
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The Aesthetic Society Jun 10
150,000+ patients per year decide to combat deflated and/or sagging breasts through a surgical breast lift. ⠀ Read our Do’s and Dont's to help you get past the recovery phase & back to the youthful breasts you had before life happened.
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