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Shannon Corcoran Dec 11
"From a health economics standpoint, there is something called the Iron Triangle: access to care, cost, and quality." - , discussing delivery of and with
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Isaac Wasserman Sep 27
this week working with has been a whirlwind--the most inspiring and educating week of my life. a real privilege to see Dr. Nishtar integrate the work of , , , and many others to build into her speech.
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Isaac Wasserman Sep 30
in Sittilingi with visiting one of our partner hospitals.  Together, we're studying the safety and efficacy of task shifting spinal anesthesia to medical officers.  For many, including in rural India, anesthesia is a rate-limiting hurdle to surgery.  
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ZineB Sep 22
Follow if you want to know more about . We need to be on the agenda!
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Sania Nishtar Sep 27
It must not just be access to medicines but access to medicines and surgery for NCDs. Thanks for all the work you do
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Joanna Ashby Sep 24
An incredible honour to meet with , Director General of at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly in New York whilst here with Surgery is an essential component of Universal Health Coverage
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Kristin Yu Mar 15
reinforcing that global health and global surgery are not merely hobbies. 143 million additional procedures are needed per year in LMICs. Honored to be among the leaders rising to meet the call
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Gustaf Drevin Dec 11
And that's a wrap! Did you miss the side event? Tune in to to re-live the discussion, presentations, and inspiration from a range of speakers and panelists. Thanks, for letting us follow this online.
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UHC Coalition Dec 11
Surgery shouldn't be a luxury, but rather an accessible option for everyone, everywhere. Read the new blog on from /:
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Hassan Ali Daoud Apr 30
I call "The future of . May 5th @IGSS_2018 The Largest Gathering of Global Surgery from all the corners of the world is about to happen! Sorry for the few sponsors! The Int NGOs should play the frontlines
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Physicians for Peace Dec 12
is an investment - for every $1 invested in strengthening surgical capacity, $10 is generated in increased health and enhanced productivity.
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Katayoun S Madani Apr 7
Today our “Call” extends far beyond our service, our floor, our hospital. “Health is a human right” and we can build a better future where everyone has access to health care.
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Martha P. Vega Dec 11
Dr. Kee Park offers moving closing remarks, a call to action to make timely, accessible and safe surgical, obstetric and anesthesia care around the world a tangible reality
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RutgersGlobalSurgery Sep 20
Our global Surgery fellow Michael Scott will be representing at the United Nations today at No UCH without !
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Shannon Corcoran Dec 11
"Many ask, 'Should the private sector be part of these discussions about global health?' From 's perspective, delivery of high quality care has to be in partnership with industry." -
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GlobalSurgStudents Dec 11
Check out the livestream of the event in Tokyo!!
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José Chen May 25
A5. Access to safe, timely and affordable surgical, obstetric and anesthesia care is a and should be available for everyone, no matter economical, social, and geographical factors. Let's work towards .
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Emma Svensson Dec 20
This is a huge success! And yes, a collaborative effort is needed to strengthen health systems and assure access to surgical care for everyone, incl children! Also need to focus more on measuring the of the services, not only access/coverage
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Dominique Vervoort Sep 21
Only 60 days of global military expenditure = 15 YEARS of investments needed for access to to save 1) lives of over 18 million people each year, 2) 1/3 of global burden of disease, 3) 12.3 TRILLION dollars lost in economic growth by LMICs.
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Kebba Marenah May 21
I can’t speak for the rest of it but the health part of the NDP isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. You should seriously consider addressing it properly if you have any genuine intentions of making significant inroads in Health in
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