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ArsenScott Mar 21
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Prof Dr Steve Dunn Mar 17
Great pictures from Nepal of Mr Fahmy and Mr Robin Young, our ENT Consultants who volunteer for . The charity is all about partnership & sustainability, community outreach and our aim to treat hearing loss in Nepali
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Antonio Ramos, MD FACS Mar 18
I have been asked to give a lecture on what is and why it is important. Multidisciplinary audience (surgical and medical researchers). I want your 280 characters or less opinions for the presentation. Anyone?
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GASOCUK 5h
This will be a great event for anyone interested. Opportunities to join our South African colleagues via Skype!
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GlobalSurgStudents Mar 17
The GFMER is interested in understanding people’s awareness of issues to develop training courses! Please take 3 minutes to fill out this important survey to help inform their efforts:
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Theophilus Teddy Kojo Anyomih Mar 16
IGSS2018 was stupendously frabjous! It presented a fantastic opportunity to learn more about from experts in the feild and network with other enthusiastic students, young doctors and experts in the feild. will be so so much more!!!!!! You can't miss this!
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Brinos Mar 17
Mr Robin Youngs,ENT Consultant has been volunteering since 1993. He talks from about the charity, partnership & sustainability, community outreach and our aim to treat hearing loss in Nepal.
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GASOCUK Mar 24
Really useful work. We need to make clear, ethical agreements between a host institution and visiting surgeons. Great work!
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Ulrick Sidney Mar 18
Some context for my folks. A while back the Nigerian Minister of Health said on record that all doctors can't be specialists. Some will have to be tailors and farmers. In fact his tailor is a doctor. Now tell me, if you are a Nigerian Dr and you see this👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿
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Dominique Vervoort, MD Mar 18
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Dominique Vervoort, MD 9h
Along with that, and sadly too often forgotten/neglected, is the growing surgical (= biggest) disease burden: road traffic incidents, malignancies, pregnancy complications, congenital malformations, cardiovascular diseases, diabetic complications, etc.
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Madeline Torres Mar 18
Join in to learn more about ⭐️ and her 🌎 work
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Emmanuel M MAKASA, MD Mar 17
is not a & neither is it it needs long term partnerships commitment from within the & among the
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Sebastian Shu 11h
Honored and thrilled to shared the work a of passionate team from Hipolito Unanue Hospital: How Could Surgery help End TB? Honrado y feliz de poder compartir el trabajo de un equipo apasionado en el Hospital Hipolito Unanue.
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SURGAfrica Mar 17
The surgical, anaesthesia and obstetric planning process starts with a to determine training capacity in . Data collection is underway!
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Diamedica (UK) Ltd Mar 18
Brilliant to see 's 20 foot shipping container/operating room equipped with a award-winning anaesthesia machine, the .
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Dominique Vervoort, MD 11h
How Surgery Could Help End Great op-ed by on highlighting the role of surgical care in combatting infectious diseases like .
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Antonio Ramos, MD FACS 11h
Opinion piece published today in the national newspaper by that talks about & our collaborative work.
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P. Remezo Mususa 18h
I am glad to be part of this splendid conference, the best place to be Kigali, the best speakers and mentors and the best network of students, young Drs, surgeons and policy makers
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Laura Lippa, M.D. Mar 22
in all of its glory: lack of equipment is important, but educated surgeon is way more - wonderful presentation from Dr.Talahma from Lybia
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