The prestigious surgical journalBJS 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) – you can access all the articles as well as listen to GlobalSurg founder, Aneel Bhangu introducing the special edition via a podcast by clicking here
Use of the WHO Surgical Safety List in GlobalSurg 1 and GlobalSurg 2
For the first time we have combined data from both GlobalSurg 1 and GlobalSurg 2 to evaluate the impact of use of the WHO surgical check list in perioperative mortality in patients undergoing emergency surgery.
Congratulations to all collaborators who took part in data collection for GlobalSurg 1 and GlobalSurg 2 – you are all listed as authors on this new paper!
Research Prioritisation Exercise
The NIHR Unit on Global Surgery is working closely with GlobalSurg members to ensure the research agenda is set according to the priorities of our collaborators, particularly in Low & Middle Income Countries.
The Unit has been undertaking annual research prioritisation exercises, a description of which is published in the BJS special edition
You can listen GlobalSurg members Dmitri Nepogodiev and Mayaba Maimbo describing the study in this video podcast on our YouTube channel
Will you be part of the next GlobalSurg publication?
If you have been taking part in GlobalSurg 3, you have until 10pm January 21st to enter all your data into REDCap
Are you a medical student? Do you have 5 mins to share your experiences with the The NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma?
The NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma want all students to play a key role in global health development, both in clinical improvement and in academic research.