Selected Publications

Academic Article

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2022 Breast cancer among African American and sub-Saharan African women: a tale of global inequitiesCancer Causes and Control.  33:1387-1390. 2022
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? 2022
2022 Malignant phyllodes tumor and primary breast sarcoma; distinct rare tumors of the breast 2022
2022 Optimizing US surgical trainees for global engagement 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 State 2016
2015 Letters: Comment & responseJAMA Surgery.  150:595. 2015
2015 Financial contribution to global surgery: an analysis of 160 international charitable organisations. 2015
2015 Funding flows to global surgery: an analysis of contributions from the USA. 2015
2015 Mapping the playing field-a novel web-based strategy to identify non-governmental actors in global surgery. 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 students 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.Proceedings / AMIA ... Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium.  344-348. 2006
2005 Cognitive neuroeconomics: new solutions to old problems.Proceedings / AMIA ... Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium.  974. 2005
2005 Risky decisions despite counter evidence: modeling a culture of safer sexual practices.Proceedings / AMIA ... Annual Symposium. AMIA Symposium.  594-598. 2005

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Medicine, Columbia University 2011
  • Full Name

  • Lily Gutnik