Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Kletjian Foundation 20h
We can’t wait for the side event, Eradicating Neglected Surgical Diseases: Advancing UHC thru Surgical Systems Strengthening tomorrow. Essential surgical care is integral to achieving !
Reply Retweet Like
Surgeons4UHC Dec 9
2 days to go to day and the first side event.
Reply Retweet Like
Emmanuel M MAKASA Feb 8
Increasing surgical for implementation of the Zambian .
Reply Retweet Like
David J Mwaipaya Dec 12
Everyone! Rich and Poor should get quality health care....that is what really means and it includes
Reply Retweet Like
Dominique Vervoort Mar 29
951 million women of childbearing age do not have access to emergency if they become pregnant, causing over 11 million untreated complications every year.
Reply Retweet Like
InciSioN SL 🇸🇱 Apr 7
EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE should have access to quality, people-centered care.
Reply Retweet Like
GlobalSurgStudents Dec 11
Check out the livestream of the event in Tokyo!!
Reply Retweet Like
One.Surgery May 24
We will all likely need safe surgery one day but not all of us will have access to it. Lets change that together.
Reply Retweet Like
Emmanuel M MAKASA Jan 17
is our bridge to Universal Health Coverage!
Reply Retweet Like
Dominique Vervoort Mar 20
74% of all major surgeries take place in the wealthiest third of the world. Only 6% occurs in the poorest third, where need for is highest.
Reply Retweet Like
Kee Park May 25
Reply Retweet Like
ZineB Apr 7
What can a surgeon do without an anesthesist, a radiologist, a pathologist, nurses etc? A holistic approach is needed to achieve
Reply Retweet Like
HarvardGlobalSurgery Jul 18
"Free hospitals don't have to compromise quality of care. JIPMER is an example of rapid and significant impact: its outcomes ranked 3rd best for government hospitals and 6th for all hospitals, including private and university facilities." - Dr. Ravikumar
Reply Retweet Like
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
Reply Retweet Like
Dominique Vervoort Dec 14
"Although we have to be cautious of performing too many, higher rates of C-sections = lower neonatal mortality." Rintaro Mori, NCCHD. Access to vital to reduce the hundreds of thousands babies & mothers dying during childbirth.
Reply Retweet Like
Surgeons4UHC Apr 7
Let’s work together to end the disparities in surgical, obstetric, and anesthesia care in the developing world. Governments, development partners, funders, international agencies, NGOs, health workers - surgeons are with you to achieve
Reply Retweet Like
GlobalSurgStudents Dec 11
Surgical and anaesthesia care are essential components of . 30% of the global burden of disease is attributed to surgically treatable conditions, responsible for over 17 million preventable deaths each year.
Reply Retweet Like
Joanna Ashby Apr 17
Great student turn out and interest today at the UK national Global Surgery meeting on GlobalSurg collaborative, discussions held between Glasgow, London and Oxford
Reply Retweet Like
Kerry Vaughan Dec 14
at Maternal/Newborn/Adolescent Health event at voicing the lack of access to surgery for these vulnerable populations to the panelist surgeon from Ghana. We applaud Ghana for their work so far on improving access to essential surgery for MCH
Reply Retweet Like
The G4 Alliance Jun 12
The urgent need for surgical, obstetric, trauma & anesthesia care cuts across so many conditions & diseases. This week, we're highlighting obstetric , a painful & isolating that has been virtually eradicated in HICs.
Reply Retweet Like