Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title Altmetric
2022 ‘At All Costs’: Breast Cancer Patient Responses to Cost Transparency and CommunicationAnnals of Surgical Oncology.  29:7259-7260. 2022
2022 American Indian/Alaska native access to colorectal cancer screening: Does gastroenterologist density matter?The American Journal of Surgery.  224:965-970. 2022
2022 Malignant phyllodes tumor and primary breast sarcoma; distinct rare tumors of the breastJournal of Surgical Oncology.  125:947-957. 2022
2022 Optimizing US surgical trainees for global engagementThe American Journal of Surgery.  223:222-223. 2022
2021 Controversies in Breast Cancer SurgerySurgical Clinics of North America.  101:1033-1044. 2021
2021 Primary Esophageal AngiosarcomaAnnals of Thoracic Surgery.  111:e365-e367. 2021
2020 Breast Cancer Surgery Decision Role Perceptions and Choice of SurgeryAnnals of Surgical Oncology.  27:3623-3632. 2020
2019 How Do We Know? Comparisons of Existing Datasets for Overseas Surgical MissionsCurrent Anesthesiology Reports.  9:18-24. 2019
2017 Experiences and perceptions regarding clinical breast exam screening by trained laywomen in MalawiCancer Causes and Control.  28:137-143. 2017
2017 Jejunojejunostomy intussusception after gastric bypass: Case report of a rare but serious complicationInternational Journal of Surgery Case Reports.  30:101-102. 2017
2016 Financial contributions to global surgery: an analysis of 160 international charitable organizationsSpringerPlus.  5. 2016
2016 Clinical breast examination screening by trained laywomen in Malawi integrated with other health servicesJournal of Surgical Research.  204:61-67. 2016
2016 From community laywomen to breast health workers: A pilot training model to implement clinical breast exam screening in MalawiPLoS One.  11. 2016
2016 Does Spatial Access to Mammography Have an Effect on Early Stage of Breast Cancer Diagnosis? A county-level Analysis for New York StateThe Breast Journal.  22:127-130. 2016
2015 Letters: Comment & responseJAMA Surgery.  150:595. 2015
2015 Financial contribution to global surgery: an analysis of 160 international charitable organisations.The Lancet.  385 Suppl 2:S52. 2015
2015 Funding flows to global surgery: an analysis of contributions from the USA.The Lancet.  385 Suppl 2:S51. 2015
2015 Mapping the playing field-a novel web-based strategy to identify non-governmental actors in global surgery.The Lancet.  385 Suppl 2:S55. 2015
2015 Funding allocation to surgery in low and middle-income countries: a retrospective analysis of contributions from the USABMJ Open.  5. 2015
2015 How many midnights? admission status for elders with small bowel obstructionAnnals of Surgery.  262:904-906. 2015
2014 Merging Medicare Parts A and B: potential effects on beneficiaries, surgeons, and other stakeholders.Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons.  99:19-26. 2014
2010 Check a box. save a life: How student leadership is shaking up health care and driving a revolution in patient safetyJournal of Patient Safety.  6:43-47. 2010
2009 Ability of expert physicians to structure clinical guidelines: Reality versus perceptionJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.  15:1043-1053. 2009
2008 Calibrating urgency: Triage decision-making in a pediatric emergency departmentAdvances in Health Sciences Education.  13:503-520. 2008
2006 The role of emotion in decision-making: A cognitive neuroeconomic approach towards understanding sexual risk behaviorJournal of Biomedical Informatics.  39:720-736. 2006
2006 Patterns of reasoning and decision making about condom use by urban college studentsAIDS Care: psychological and socio-medical aspects of AIDS-HIV.  18:918-930. 2006
2006 Shaping understanding of HIV through negotiation and conflict resolution during peer group discussionAdvances in Health Sciences Education.  11:185-207. 2006
2006 Interpreting procedures from descriptive guidelinesJournal of Biomedical Informatics.  39:184-195. 2006
2006 Technology for emergency care: cognitive and workflow considerations.AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium.  344-348. 2006
2005 Cognitive neuroeconomics: new solutions to old problems.AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium.  974. 2005
2005 Risky decisions despite counter evidence: modeling a culture of safer sexual practices.AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium.  594-598. 2005

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Medicine, Columbia University 2011
  • Full Name

  • Lily Gutnik