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tibial plateau fracture

Ophavanh Inthirath - June 19, 2017
the patient motor vehicle accident come and present with deformity of knee, swelling , pain and limited rang of motive tibial plateau fracture Ophavanh Inthirath Jessica Hirschhorn Jennifer Lucas R...
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Acute Trauma Surgical Workforce wound care
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Hiw to make a TurtleVac!

Jessica Hirschhorn - May 21, 2017
Link to YouTube video and GoogleDoc that describes, step by step, how to make a vacuum suction wound device for $60 Hiw to make a TurtleVac! Jessica Hirschhorn Robert Parker
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abscess Acute Trauma acute wound chronic wound global trauma care Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings road traffic injury wound care Wound drainage
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Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: Volunteer surgeons needed for trips #9, 10

Rishi Rattan - Feb. 13, 2017
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS CONTACT: contact@gsmsg.org. URL: gsmsg.org OBJECTIVE: Support existing, in-country surgical infrastructure with surgical clinical and education support as requested directly...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Burden of Surgical Disease Burns Consultations wound care
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5th Annual Stanford Humanitarian Surgery Skills Course

Sherry Wren - Nov. 19, 2016
If you have an interest in global/humanitarian surgery please consider taking this course in February 2017 5th ANNUAL STANFORD GLOBAL/HUMANITARIAN SURGERY SKILLS COURSE: REGISTER BY JANUARY 30 ...
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Acute Trauma Basic Principles Burns wound care
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Online Pre-Conference Discussion: Innovation and Collaboration for Surgical & Anaesthetic Care in Uganda

Michael Lipnick - Sept. 2, 2015
- How can high-level reports translate to local relevance and action in LMICs? - What is the role of international NGOs & academic collaborations in surgical & anesthetic capacity building? - What a...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Barriers to Access Basic Principles Burden of Surgical Disease Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Surgical Workforce
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Global Surgery 2013. Lancet Commission

Janet A DEWAN PhD CRNA - Aug. 19, 2015
Here is link to the entire , free access, Lancet report on global surgery including goals set for 2030, promulgated this month. I am a little impatient at the long range dating (2030) for goals, but...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Burden of Surgical Disease Safe Surgery Surgical Workforce
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Collaborator needed for economic burden of injuries in LMIC

Kee Park - Aug. 14, 2015
We need expertise in modeling of economic burden of head and spine trauma in Cambodia. We have clinical and payment data on all head and spine injury admissions to a major government hospital in Phnom...
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Acute Trauma Burden of Surgical Disease collaboration economic impact head injury Publication public health spine injury
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Volunteer Surgery in Cambodia

Elliott Brender - June 5, 2015
I am going back to Cambodia January 2016. I will be teaching, doing surgeries, and bringing essential surgical supplies. This will be my 5th trip so I have significant experience on what is needed ...
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Acute Trauma Barriers to Access Basic Principles Burden of Surgical Disease Cambodia essential surgery Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Safe Surgery Surgical Workforce wound care
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MIT HackMed Grand Hack – CAMTech Global Health Technology Track

Amy Wachler - April 25, 2015
The Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech) is excited to once again join MIT Hacking Medicine for the HackMed Grand Hack 2015 from April 24-26 in Boston/Cambridge. Are you Interested...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Burden of Surgical Disease Burns global health care delivery Surgical Workforce wound care
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HELP: Surgical Follow-Up in Developing Countries

Didi Ray - April 23, 2015
Hello everyone! I have a graduate school class project (Behavioral Economics) looking at interventions to improve surgical or trauma follow-up in the developing world. I am trying to focus on behav...
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Acute Trauma Barriers to Access Burden of Surgical Disease Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings wound care
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MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge- Held in Collaboration with the White House Innovation Fellows and MIT Hacking Medicine

Jennifer Joe - Feb. 16, 2014
Google Glass has the potential to be a game changer for healthcare. Are you a clinician with a fantastic idea of how to use Google Glass in a clinical setting?! Join the challenge! Submit an easy pitc...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Burden of Surgical Disease Burns Consultations Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Surgical Workforce wound care
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Lancet Commission on Global Surgery

Hampus Holmer - Dec. 13, 2013
Dear Global Surgery & Anesthesia community, We are happy to announce the launch of the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery, a year-long open process culminating in the publication of a commission r...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Barriers to Access Basic Principles Burden of Surgical Disease Burns Consultations Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Safe Surgery Surgical Workforce wound care
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Physician Global Health Educator Opportunity

Jennifer Goldsmith - Sept. 10, 2013
The Peace Corps and Seed Global Health have launched the Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) to strengthen health care workforce capacity in resource-limited countries so that better health care ...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Surgical Workforce
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WHO Global Initiative for Emergency &

Fizan Abdullah - April 10, 2013
The International College of Surgeons (ICS), the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO), the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA), and Johns Hopkins Univer...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Barriers to Access Basic Principles Burden of Surgical Disease Burns Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Safe Surgery Surgical Workforce
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Provision of emergency care in rural and remote hospitals

Philip Alexander - Jan. 21, 2013
Providing an appropriate and effective response to emergencies, particularly when the patient is in need of cpr can be a formidable task in remote and rural hospitals. Read a short narration of our ...
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Acute Trauma Basic Principles
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ICSome of you maybe interested in this upcoming ICRC online discussion-January 21 2013- Choice & Dileemas health care workers on the frontline

Mairi Murchison - Jan. 15, 2013
21 January 2013 14.30 GMT/15.30 CET Choices and dilemmas – health-care workers on the frontline: an online discussion How can you keep patient confidentiality in a war zone if you have the legal ...
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Acute Trauma Burns Consultations wound care
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Butaro Hospital - General Surgeon Job Announcement

Robert Riviello - Dec. 29, 2012
Hello GHD Surgery and Anesthesia Community, I would like to announce the opening of a new surgery position at Butaro Hospital and Cancer Center in Burera District, Northern Province in Rwanda. htt...
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Acute Trauma Barriers to Access Burden of Surgical Disease Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Surgical Workforce wound care
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Article: Where ER Doctors Work Entirely Via Webcam

Patrick Whang - Dec. 17, 2012
New way to do e-medicine? Interesting article about using skype or internet based webcam to manage emergency procedures. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/12/where-er-doctors-work-enti...
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Acute Trauma Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings web based
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Humanitarian Medical Missions- lessons from post-earthquake Haiti

Nadine Semer - Oct. 28, 2012
Amy Costello, a reporter formerly with NPR and "The World" has a blog working to "ignite debate about the business of doing good". Her most recent post pertained to the humanitarian medical response ...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia
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Global recycling of medical research equipment - survey questionnaire. Come and share your views!..

Afif Latiff - Oct. 1, 2012
Calling all medical health professionals, academics, NGOs, medical alliances and governmental health ambassadors to participate in our online questionnaire to enhance the prospect of our research. The...
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Acute Trauma Anesthesia Barriers to Access Basic Principles Burden of Surgical Disease Burns Consultations Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings Safe Surgery Surgical Workforce wound care