Philip L. Glick, MD, MBA, FACS, FAAP, FRCS (Eng.)

Affiliations: 
Pediatric Surgery State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Area:
CDH, lung development, financial literacy, leadership, shared governance
Website:
http://medicine.buffalo.edu/faculty/profile.html?ubit=glicklab
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Marc A. Levitt fellowship/program director 2001 Children's Hospital of Buffalo
Joy L. Graf fellowship/program director 2002 Children's Hospital of Buffalo
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Schreiner C, Hartin CW, Yamout SZ, et al. (2013) A warning: don't be stumped by stump appendicitis. Pediatric Emergency Care. 29: 76-7
Lippert SJ, Hartin CW, Ozgediz DE, et al. (2013) Splenic conservation: variation between pediatric and adult trauma centers. The Journal of Surgical Research. 182: 17-20
Nosek AE, Hartin CW, Bass KD, et al. (2013) Are facilities following best practices of pediatric abdominal CT scans? The Journal of Surgical Research. 181: 11-5
Hartin CW, Jordan JM, Gemme S, et al. (2013) Computed tomography scanning in pediatric trauma: opportunities for performance improvement and radiation safety. The Journal of Surgical Research. 180: 226-31
Glick PL, Yamout SZ. (2012) Social media for surgeons: understand it, embrace it, and leverage it for our profession and our patient. Surgery. 152: 941-2
Carlyle BE, Borowitz DS, Glick PL. (2012) A review of pathophysiology and management of fetuses and neonates with meconium ileus for the pediatric surgeon. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 47: 772-81
Glick PL, Boulanger SC. (2012) Inguinal Hernias and Hydroceles Pediatric Surgery. 985-1001
Yamout SZ, Glick ZA, Lind DS, et al. (2011) Using social media to enhance surgeon and patient education and communication. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons. 96: 7-15
Hartin CW, Bass KD, Glick PL. (2011) Brave new world or the unfortunate natural history of "lethal" disease: when to push the envelope? Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 46: 2214-6
Cataldi LA, Yamout SZ, Glick PL. (2011) Dog attack resulting in evisceration in an infant. Pediatric Emergency Care. 27: 324-6
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