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P. Remezo Mususa 6h
This is a continuous obstacle that many young medical researchers are facing and I think that it is time to consider some new technological methods that will save space, time and money
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Megan Still Jan 18
"Surgery is really your only shot at any long term survival" - discussing cancer on the rise, most of which is found in LMICs
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Sahra Nathoo Jan 14
I am incredibly excited to dive into this! If you are a enthusiast I encourage you to read some of the great work in this publication!
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InciSioN Jan 16
Don't forget to join us for the Twitter Chat with and tomorrow Jan 17 at 2pm EST/19:00 GMT.
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Gustaf Drevin 10h
The course lit in Sweden might be following suit!
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Harvard Ministerial Jan 16
"Due to the cross‐cutting nature of surgery, obstetrics and anaesthesia, investing in these services will escalate progress to achieve gender equality, economic growth and infrastructure development." New 2019 special issue on .
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Dmitri Nepogodiev Jan 17
The hopes to contribute to this evidence-base with a randomised trial of for inguinal hernia in lower-middle income setting. Requires a cross-disciplinary approach.
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Megan Still 5h
Inspiring to hear from about institutions making and an academic pathway. An important way forward in this field!
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Sandi Lam 4h
glad to see recognition for & terrific way forward from wise visionary/leader -recognizing global efforts as valid career path, integrating into department culture, capitalizing on potential for impact
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Naomi Wright Jan 14
Global Initiative for Children’s Surgery: A Model of Global Collaboration to Advance the Surgical Care of Children. Open Access-please share widely ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jana DeJesus 23h
Healthcare providers have a stake in improving public health & using their training to advocate for policy change. has done wonderful work in Cambodia claiming a seat at the policy table. “Data collection is indispensable”
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Shauna Jan 15
Looking to enter the medical entrepreneurial ecosystem! Willing to donate my expertise to startup Medical Advisory Boards! Please DM.
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Edward Lin Jan 15
Drs. Jon Pollock (Emory Gen&GI Faculty), Stephanie Busby, Rachel Niehuus in Ethiopia OperationGivingBack
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The Global Surgeon Jan 11
Understandably a lot of talk of trainee ethics in with the usual recommendation to undertake supervised LMIC placements. We all want to see development and training for local clinicians, but what about the ethics of the here and now? (1/2)
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Dmitri Nepogodiev Jan 17
Replying to @GlobalSurgEval
I agree non-surgeon practitioners are likely to have important role in expanding (affordable) access to some low-risk procedures, but a lot more evidence is needed to underpin this.
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Ardi Mendoza Jan 18
presenting work on the current capacity and deficits in the provision of neurosurgical care around the world...fascinating talk on the importance of shared frameworks and data collection to inform government efforts for surgical system strengthening
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Dominique Vervoort 9h
Thrilled to see our (, , and JaBaris Swain) paper on ": lessons learnt from the movement" published in . Read here:
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InciSioN Jan 17
Q2. What is the importance of evaluating the outcomes and impact of our efforts? In which ways can we do this?
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Sara Venturini Jan 18
Inspiring to hear Dr Fitzgerald speak about the importance of following patients up after they are discharged from hospital. Something we may give for granted, but shouldn’t
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Parisa Fallah Jan 14
I love and am so grateful for the lessons I learned there that I now carry with me in everyday!
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