View Larger Image GlobalSurg 3 in Numbers – August updateOver 1000 patient records completed and 352 new collaborators have joined this month alone! In August, 67 new hospitals have registered and we have welcomed 3 new countries to GlobalSurg 3 – welcome to our new collaborators in Madagascar, Namibia and Algeria. Full numbers update below Remember to visit data.globalsurg.org and select the GS3 in Numbers tab to see live updates on registrations and data entry in your country Thank you and well done to this month’s top recruiting hospitals (in no particular order): Central University Hospital Of Asturias (Spain) Addenbrooke’s Hospital (UK) Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (UK) Álvaro Cunqueiro Hospital (Spain) Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Kaunas Clinics (Lithuania) 2 months of data collection left – still time to register and be part of the biggest ever international study into cancer outcomes *Numbers in brackets indicate increase since July 2187 collaborators (+367) now registered to take part in 900 (+143) mini- teams Register at https://is.gd/gs3_registration 479 (+67) Hospitals in 87 (+3) countries currently collecting data 3591 (+1206) patient records entered into REDCap, 2249 (+1138) patients’ data already completed 96 countries now confirmed as taking part with a further 5 pending 132 National Leads and Co-leads Does your country have a lead? Find out here http://globalsurg.org/local-leads-contact/ Are you in a country not yet on our GlobalSurg 3 registration map? Would you like to take part in an International study and help improve outcomes after cancer surgery? Subscribe to our mailing list or contact us to join the biggest Global Surgical Outcomes Collaborative in the world. Be part of GlobalSurg! By Katie Shaw|August 29th, 2018|GS3|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestVkEmail Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.