2. Get permission from a senior surgeon and apply for audit or ethical approval in your local hospital. The UK version confirming that this is acceptable as clinical audit is enclosed with the protocol appendix.
3. Choose a two-week period between January 2016 – July 2016 in which to identify patients. You can recruit 2 other people into a mini team to help you (medical student, trainee or senior surgeon).
We now have over 1500 collaborators registered in 77 countries for GlobalSurg II – a truly fantastic effort!
Thank you to everyone for promoting the study and registering so far – there is still time to register though so please continue to promote the study to colleagues at neighboring hospitals.
Data collection for GlobalSurg II begins in less than 1 month – please ensure you register the study with your hospital for audit / R&D / IRB approval as appropriate.
SSI Training ModuleThe GlobalSurg II training module is now available on the website http://globalsurg.org/globalsurg-2-training-module/This module has been designed to help you participate in GlobalSurg II and we strongly encourage all collaborators to work through the exercise. At the end of the module there is an opportunity to complete an online form as evidence that you have completed the module.
GlobalSurg Photo Competition
GlobalSurg are pleased to announce the return of the popular photo of the month competition!
Send us a photo of your GlobalSurg team for the chance to be featured in the International newsletter and on our website.
Please send your entries to[email protected] or tweet them @GlobalSurg
GlobalSurg Research Skills Seminar
Saturday December 19th, 5pm GMT
GlobalSurgwill be running a second Research Skills webinar for medical students in conjunction with IFMSA on Saturday December 19th.
The webinar will consist of core and advanced sessions to cater for all medical students.
The core webinar is focused on pre-clinical students and will have talks on the basics of the audit cycle as well pratical aspects of getting invovled in research. The advanced webinar is focussed on clinical students with talks on understanding statistics and tips to get published.
The webinar is available via this link. We look forward to seeing you there!
The GlobalSurg network grows stronger and stronger thanks to your help. Please share this email with national and international colleagues, especially those in countries not yet presented on our registration map.
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GlobalSurg is part of the Surgical Gateway Research Foundation (SURGFoundation), a registered UK charity (Charity number 1159898).
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