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New session posted at CUGH meeting in Washington DC next week

Catherine deVries - March 31, 2017
For those attending the CUGH meeting in Washington DC next week at the Washington Hilton Hotel, there will be a diagnostics meeting open to all. It should be of interest to all in anesthesiology and s...
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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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Primary Surgery Volume 1 (Non-Trauma)

Michael Cotton - June 12, 2016
A new updated version of this seminal textbook is now available FREE online at global-help.org. The preface reads: The first edition of this work by Maurice King appeared in 1990 and has establi...
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Bethune Roundtable 2015 Save the Date and Call for Abstracts!

Alan Chu - Jan. 16, 2015
The Bethune Round Table (BRT) is an annual interdisciplinary scientific meeting hosted at Canadian academic centres to discuss the challenges and solutions to improving surgical care to underserviced...
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Anesthesia Capacity building Consultations global surgery Gynecology Innovations for Resource-Limited Settings medical education Obstetrics radiology Surgical Pathology Surgical Workforce
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Humanitarian Surgery Aid Course Feb 7-8, Center for Innovation and Global Health Stanford University

Sherry Wren - Dec. 5, 2014
The Center for Global Health and Innovation at Stanford University School of Medicine (SUSM), CA, will host a one-and-a-half day continuing medical education course (CME), February 7 -8, on humanitari...
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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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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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Health IT to support medical mission trips

Brianna Geary - May 8, 2013
Hello! I am working on a comprehensive evaluation of software platforms and mobile applications such as OpenMRS that are used by healthcare providers who partake in medical "mission trips," or by faci...
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Updated Program for the Bethune Round Table May 10-12, 2013 Vancouver

Mairi Murchison - Feb. 14, 2013
We are pleased to announce the 30 podium presenters for the BRT 2013. Our presenters come from the UK, USA, Canada, Rwanda, Tanzania, Nepal, Indonesia, Uganda, The Gambia, Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Hait...
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Nyaya Health Request for Surgeons

Caroline King - Jan. 26, 2013
Nyaya Health is currently searching for an academic surgery department that can send senior residents and/or junior faculty to Achham and Kathmandu, Nepal. Surgeons will teach and contribute to qualit...
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One day to submit your abstract for the Bethune Round Table May 10-12, 2013

Mairi Murchison - Jan. 17, 2013
75 abstracts from around the world already received. The deadline for abstracts is January 18th. Abstracts from NGOs working with surgical care issues are particularly welcome. More details on our w...
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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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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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Survey questionnaires on global medical research equipment donation program. Join in and share your view!

Afif Latiff - July 8, 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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Survey questionnaires on global medical research equipment donation program. Join in and share your view!

Afif Latiff - June 12, 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
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Working for the United Nations in Health - an

inon schenker - March 7, 2012
Dr Jessica Tang from Peru and Switzerland is a co-organizer of a unique seminar in Geneva, Switzerland this coming May, focusing on enhancing capacity and exposure of practitioners and researchers in ...
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Diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer

Maggie Sullivan - Aug. 4, 2011
Hello. I'm an NP volunteering in Guatemala on a cervical cancer project. We have a patient with a cervical biopsy path report that reads as follows, and roughly translated: Microscopic exam of cer...
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Rare diseases . A child too sick to interact with Humanity

Bridget Begin - Feb. 8, 2011
I joined this forum with the hope that maybe someone will be able to help this child. I have been fortunate to live in a country where everyone has a shot at good medical treatment. I have also come t...
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