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PanoramaTeam Nov 18
Dr. Kee Park, : "When people realize that 90% of deaths from injuries...in low- and middle-income nations are due to lack of access to surgical care...I hope they raise their voices loudly and clearly."
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UCSF Global Surgery 17h
Very proud of "Strengthening Surgery Strengthens Health Systems" by 's Comm. on Global Acad. Surg., pub. . Read: . "Surgical care...can be considered an indicator of...[health] system readiness."
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Aswan Tai Nov 15
Another great event not to be missed! Submit your abstract today
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Marissa Boeck MD MPH Nov 18
πŸ’₯Exciting news: FIRST Kenyan symposium!πŸ’₯ Please consider donating to enable of Kenyan women surgeons to attend & be inspired πŸ˜·πŸšΊπŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ (tag KAWS)
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Antonio Ramos, MD FACS Nov 16
, the key to making a difference. .
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Shilpa Murthy Nov 17
β€œHow does one define the success of a global surgical program” by Dr Azzie realistic challenges and successes in defining and this type of work
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Parisa Fallah 11h
Just finished Step 1 and excited to be back on Twitter to join in on all the amazing conversations!
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Center for Essential Surgery and Acute Care Nov 16
in collaboration with the Ministry of National Health Services Regulation and Coordination (MONHSRC) and hosted the Stakeholder Engagement Conference for National Vision for Surgical Care
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IntSurgicalCare 18h
10 year anniversary of the Surgical Safety Checklist! "Safety checklists [is a] simple, yet remarkably effective technology. Advocacy, training, and coaching should therefore be priorities" |
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Penn Global Surgery Group Nov 17
The Penn Global Surgery Symposium kicks off with opening remarks from orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Spiegel to begin the discussion of our theme: are high resource surgeons prepared to work in humanitarian environments? Stream here:
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Kathrine Holte, MD, DMSc 20h
Which is currently the worst humanitarian crisis?
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Shilpa Murthy Nov 17
β€œUnderstanding the people and the context is crucial” in work ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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ASAP Today Nov 15
Data is the foundation! So very important. We must start to collect, analyze and report POMR.
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Center for Essential Surgery and Acute Care Nov 11
Strengthening of essential surgical and anesthesia care is a major component of Universal health Coverage.
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𝐈𝐬𝐚𝐚𝐜 𝐍𝐝𝐚𝐲𝐒𝐬𝐑𝐒𝐦𝐒𝐲𝐞 Nov 17
Poverty on one hand Is issue and on the other hand prioritization
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Des Winter Nov 14
Seems appropriate. How long before everything will be open access? Not long. Within a couple of years would be a reasonable prediction. Biggest question is: who pays and how? I hear a bellwether!
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Dmitri Nepogodiev Nov 14
Great news that all issue articles will be open access- crucial that global surgery research is freely accessible to everyone!
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Global Surgery Journal Club Nov 17
Q6: Project limitations: The data were mostly descriptive and qualitative, how else can this research topic be addressed? @QSSComission
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Ashley Rosenberg 23h
Impressive medical student presentation on hepatocellular carcinoma at General Surgery education conference
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Rachel Khaw Nov 17
Learning about disparities in healthcare provision and need, making friends and raising awareness will allow us to bridge gaps in global surgery
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