GlobalSurg 2 Authorship List

The Global Surgical Outcomes Collaboration

The GlobalSurg 2 manuscript is under submission at a top journal for peer review

Did you participate in GlobalSurg 2?
Is your name correct on the authorship list? 
 Please click to access the full draft authorship list
Please check carefully:
  1. Your name is spelled correctly and as you wish it appear on the paper 
  2. Your hospital is correctly named
  3. Your team members are appropriately included – if you spot any collaborators who have been missed or erroneously included please let us know
Please complete this form with any corrections.
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If your name, team members and hospital details are correct you do not need to do anythingWe’ll keep everyone updated via this newsletter and Twitter

GlobalSurg Research Priority Setting
Identifying research priorities for future GlobalSurg studies
Have you had your say yet?You are invited you to participate in the GlobalSurg Research Priority Setting survey!The aim of the Research Priority Setting survey is to identify which research questions should be short-listed for consideration when planning future GlobalSurg studies. 

You are invited to please take a few moments to complete our short online survey, where you will be asked to score and prioritise eight research ideas that have been proposed for future GlobalSurg studies. 

All medical students, junior doctors/trainees, and consultants/attendings are invited to complete the survey. Prior research experience or participation in GlobalSurg projects is not required to contribute to the survey – everyone is welcome to have their say.

The survey is available in English, French, and Spanish. Please feel free to share the link with any colleagues who might be interested in contributing to this survey:

Thank you very much for your contribution to directing GlobalSurg’s future activities!

Remember you can view all GlobalSurg publications via our the publications page and our new google scholar page  

As part of an ongoing scoping process for surgical safety, the Lifebox Foundation is investigating the impact of surgical instruments, sterile processing, and equipment maintenance on patient safety.In order to obtain insight across lower resource settings,the foundation would like all surgeons, obstetricians, anesthetists, nurses and other operating room staff involved in performing laparotomy procedures and cesarean sections to complete a short survey available hereYou can read more about this scoping project on the Lifebox website
Thank you!

Read all the latest GlobalSurg news
Remember to keep an eye on our blog and twitter feed where you can read all the latest GlobalSurg news including stories from our collaborators around the world, all the peer reviews for GlobalSurg 1, and Atul Gwande tweeting about our study!
If you would like to share your GlobalSurg story send us a brief post to [email protected] and we will publish it on our blog!

Surgical Gateway Research Foundation (SURGFoundation)

GlobalSurg is part of the Surgical Gateway Research Foundation (SURGFoundation), a registered UK charity (Charity number 1159898).







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