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Anne Masterson 16h
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World Neurosurgery Journal 14h
: “Safe Neurosurgical Care for all who need it Whenever and Wherever.”
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Operation Smile Jan 15
As many as 93% of children with un-repaired cleft conditions will die before their 20th birthday. Mohamed survived past his 20th birthday and lived with a cleft lip until one day our team in provided him with to heal his smile.
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Anne Masterson Jan 16
bowl of tomatoes, all shapes, all colors, all tomatoes! #untilwehill#jnj
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Alastair Lamb Jan 18
Pleasure to have you and give you a demo with . Thanks for helping us invest in this important bit of kit for and . ' patients are benefitting every week.
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cherireynolds Jan 21
Excited watching surgeons practice on the ⁦⁩ app in Mwanza, Tanzania. Technology will help us reach more healthcare workers. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Steve Adudans Jan 21
Access to for with documentation for learning and replication
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PIPSQC Jan 12
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GE Foundation Jan 17
This year an estimated 17 million people will die from lack of access to . Follow along as we continue our journey in providing safe anesthesia & for 50 million people by 2020.
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The G4 Alliance 16h
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Operation Smile Jan 14
It's always a good day for giving! Download the app today and with each photo shared, will donate $1 to help support for children born with cleft!
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Humberto Villarreal Jan 13
A must-read for anyone interested in . Great topics in building sustainable partnerships for providing worldwide.
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Global Surgery Journal Club Jan 14
Only 2 weeks left to submit your abstracts for in Kigali, Rwanda! Abstracts deadline is on January 15th 2019, and details and submission link can be found here: Will we see you present at IGSS in April?
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Denis Robson Jan 18
Traveling to 10th WACS Dakar pre-conference surgical outreach to meet up with these special UK volunteers.
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Anne Masterson Jan 15
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EWH Jan 13
Why improving access to in childbirth makes economic sense:
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Dominique Vervoort Jan 17
A5. As we move towards 2030 with a goal of access to for 80% of the world, it is crucial to ensure collaborative and synergistic underlying major interventions - for example, a comprehensive monitoring database?
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The G4 Alliance Jan 16
Looking forward to joining this important chat on tomorrow!
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Jessica DeLong Jan 17
So important to measure impact to demonstrate accurate outcomes; data must be rigorous - no other way to achieve reproducibility & sustainability!
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CirugíaParaElPueblo 3m
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