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Global Surgery Satellite Day, April 6

By Catherine deVries | 15 Jan, 2017

Dear Colleagues

Please save the date for the Global Surgical Satellite Day April 6, 2017 in Washington, DC. The event will be held one day in advance of the CUGH meeting and will focus on the Global Surgical Ecosystem. The full day session is sponsored by the American College of Surgeons Operation Giving Back, WHO, The G4 Alliance and University of Utah. It will feature panels, TED-type talks, and lightning presentations. We will have speakers from around the world and will represent the complex surgical community including Anesthesia, Nursing, OBGyn, Surgical Specialties, Pathology, Academic Programs, Policy Makers, Funders, and Tech and Innovation.

The flyer can be found on the CUGH2017 website, and registration is now open. A dedicated website for the Surgical Satellite Day will be up soon.

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Titus Ibekwe Replied at 4:13 AM, 16 Jan 2017

Dear Catherine,Thank you for this important information .I shall be delighted to be considered as one of your RESOURCE persons for this programme. As an ENT surgeon, an African; who have travelled wide and currently practicing in Nigeria I will be able to bring to the table my experience on "PREVENTAVBLE HEARING LOSS" in Africa. A focus on the problems and prospects shall be desirable in such a forum.Find attached my CV and let me know your thoughts.Kind Regards.Prof. Titus S Ibekwe MBBS(Nig), MPH-HPM(Ib), FMCORL(Nig), FWACS(WA), FICS, Otol(Vanc; BC), Cert. LFPE(Harvard). Professor & Consultant ENT Surgeon, University of Abuja & University of Abuja Teaching Hospital ,Head, Department of Ear, Nose and Throat, Head & Neck; University of Abuja Teaching Hospital Gwagwalada Abuja.First National Vice President, Nigerian Medical Association(VP1-NMA) 2014-2016. Nigeria. +234 8033 4843 80

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