FALCON takes flight across 3 continents!

By |July 28th, 2019|GS2, NIHR Unit on Global Surgery, RCT|

FALCON trial randomises its 100th patient FALCON is the first international surgical randomised controlled trial launched by the NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Global Surgery. Long standing supports of GlobalSurg will remember the GlobalSurg 2 study published in 2018 in Lancet Infectious Diseases. This study, which collected data on patients undergoing abdominal [...]

April Newsletter – have you heard the latest GlobalSurg podcast yet?

By |April 19th, 2019|GS1, GS2, Newsletter|

  April Newsletter The Global Surgical Outcomes Collaboration Have you heard the latest podcast from the GlobalSurg 3 team? This month's podcast is about the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist and its use across the GlobalSurg network. You can listen to the podcast on the GlobalSurg SoundCloud by clicking here The discussion is about the pooled analysis [...]

New BJS Publication for GlobalSurg 1 & 2

By |January 9th, 2019|GS1, GS2|

Publication Announcement  The Global Surgical Outcomes Collaboration Special BJS Edition on Global Surgery  The prestigious surgical journal BJS has just published it's special edition for 2019 focussing on Global Surgery and we're delighted to announce publication of 2 manuscripts related to GlobalSurg in this edition. All the articles in the Global Surgery edition are open access (free to read) - [...]

June Newsletter

By |June 18th, 2018|GS1, GS2, GS3, Newsletter, Publications|

June Newsletter The Global Surgical Outcomes Collaboration New data centre for GlobalSurg Data.globalsurg.org We are delighted to announce the launch of the new GlobalSurg data centre - data.globalsurg.org The data centre aims to improve access to GlobalSurg datasets and to improve data literacy by providing educational information on data analysis and presentation. You can follow live [...]

GlobalSurg 2 manuscript makes big impact

By |March 4th, 2018|GS2|

It now just over two weeks since the GlobalSurg 2 manuscript was published in Lancet Infectious Diseases and the interest generated by our study has been huge. The journal published a commentary alongside the article highlighting the impressive undertaking of collecting such a large and diverse dataset across so many different continents, and particularly praising [...]

Have you read the GlobalSurg 2 paper yet?

By |March 4th, 2018|GS2|

GlobalSurg Publication Generates Worldwide Interest When GlobalSurg 2 launched in 2016 we cautiously hoped that we could match the success of GlobalSurg 1. GlobalSurg Collaborators around the world rose to the challenge and surpassed all our expectations! By the end of the study we had a dataset of over 12,000 patients from 343 hospitals in [...]

GlobalSurg 2 is published in Lancet Infectious Diseases

By |February 14th, 2018|GS2|

GlobalSurg 2 Published today by Lancet ID The main analysis from GlobalSurg 2 is published today by the leading international journal The Lancet Infectious Diseases. 12,539 Patients 343 Hospitals 66 Countries 1816 Collaborators Thank you and congratulations to everyone who took part in the study! To read the paper in full please click here You can also find all of the GlobalSurg [...]

Final Call for Corrections to the GS-2 Authorship List

By |November 9th, 2017|GS2|

  Final call for corrections to the GlobalSurg 2 authorship list  Deadline for corrections Wednesday November 15th 2017 Further requests for spelling corrections and name changes will not be possible after this date Did you participate in GlobalSurg 2? Last chance to check you and your team are correctly included Can we please ask all collaborators who [...]

GlobalSurg 2 – second round authorship checks

By |October 11th, 2017|GS2|

GlobalSurg 2 Authorship List The Global Surgical Outcomes Collaboration The GlobalSurg 2 manuscript is in the final stages of peer review at a top journal  Did you participate in GlobalSurg 2? Is your name correct on the authorship list? Thank you to everyone who has already submitted corrections for the GS 2 Authorship listCan we please ask all collaborators who [...]

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