[Dr. Hutton] was a Fellow of the ACS; he delivered the Opening
Address, On a President’s Health, at the 1989 Clinical Congress
under the ACS Presidency of Oliver H. Beahrs, MD, FACS.
“Your Lung Operation” provides patients with the knowledge
and training to support full participation and optimal recovery. Safety measures such as site
marking, ID band checks, and pneumonia prevention strategies are demonstrated to support
the surgeon and health care professional in meeting all CMS and Joint Commission guidelines
for safe surgical procedures and optimal recovery.
The program is free to members and contains:
● A 20-page booklet and 30-minute DVD with information on preoperative prep, cancer
staging, procedure overview, potential risks, discharge, and home care.
● Information sheets, including lung images, medication lists, exercise and pulmonary
rehab activity guides, quit smoking resources, and survivorship plans.
● Additional resources, including a patient evaluation form.
● For nonmembers, this program can be purchased individually, or bulk pricing is available.
● Hospital broadcast rights are also available for purchase.
PAR TNERS IN YOUR SURGICAL CARE©
Education for a Better Recovery
This Surgical Patient Education Program is a collaborative by the American College of Surgeons with the Society of Thoracic Surgery,
the American Association for Thoracic Surgery, the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, and the Commission on Cancer.
THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED IN PART BY A GRANT FROM ETHICON ENDO-SURGERY.
To order, visit www.facs.org/education/patient-education.
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Blended Surgical Education and Training for Life
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associate clinical professor
of surgery, University of
California, San Francisco,
from 1978−1981; associate
professor of surgery and vice-chairman, department of
surgery, Uniformed Services
University of the Health Science
(USUHS), 1981–1984; clinical
professor of surgery, USUHS
and George Washington
University (1986−2001); and
Tulane University School
of Medicine, New Orleans,
LA, 1988. His final academic
assignment was as professor of
surgery and chief, division of
general surgery, department of
surgery, USUHS (1993−2010).
Dr. Hutton’s major interests
were in the field of vascular
and trauma surgery, with
publications in both fields. He
was a Fellow of the American
College of Surgeons (ACS); he
delivered the Opening Address,
On a President’s Health, at the
1989 Clinical Congress under
the ACS Presidency of Oliver
H. Beahrs, MD, FACS. He also
was a member of the American
Association for the Surgery of
Trauma, the Society for Vascular
Surgery, the Society for Clinical
Vascular Surgery, the Bay
Surgical Society (Honorary), the
Chesapeake Vascular Society, and
the Military Vascular Society.
He had many interests, including
photography. Several of his
photos were featured on the
cover of Yachting Magazine and
in a series of yachting calendars.
While in San Francisco, CA,
he sang in the Grace Cathedral
Choir. He also was a second
degree black belt in karate.
Survivors include his wife of
53 years, Barbara Joyce Hutton of
Silver Spring, MD; four children—
John E. Hutton III of Jacksonville,
FL; Wendy Little of Olympia,
WA; James Hutton of Phoenix,
MD; and Beth Shiau of Aiea, HI—
and eight grandchildren. ♦