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Thoughts, stories and ideas from our collaboration.

IA/ARM Education Conference (UK) & ‘A Secret Life’ Book Launch

2019-02-24T18:28:35+00:00

The ONE in 5000 Foundation is no stranger to our blog, and we are pleased to welcome them back this week. Founded by IA/ARM expert patient, published author and international advocate for the condition, Greg Ryan, this non-profit organisation is making wonderful strides for the IA/ARM community. From discussion in the Australian Senate at Parliament

IA/ARM Education Conference (UK) & ‘A Secret Life’ Book Launch 2019-02-24T18:28:35+00:00

GICS: A Model of Global Collaboration to Advance the Surgical Care of Children

2019-02-24T17:17:45+00:00

The Global Initiative for Children's Surgery (GICS) is composed of children's surgical providers all over the world united by a common belief - that every child deserves the best surgical care when they need it, without causing the impoverishment of their families. The aim of GICS is to bring together providers of surgical services for children with health,

GICS: A Model of Global Collaboration to Advance the Surgical Care of Children 2019-02-24T17:17:45+00:00

Research Training Fellowship Recordings – Registrars & Consultants

2019-02-24T17:22:43+00:00

Thank you for showing interest in the Research Training Fellowship! Here you can find all the recorded webinar sessions for registrars and consultants. If you have already signed up to the Research Training Fellowship, you may access the recordings using the password sent to you: Session 1: Introduction, Literature Review & Developing a Research Question Session 2:

Research Training Fellowship Recordings – Registrars & Consultants 2019-02-24T17:22:43+00:00

Research Training Fellowship Recordings – Medical Students & Junior Doctors

2019-02-24T17:22:41+00:00

Thank you for joining us for the Research Training Fellowship! Here you can find all the recorded webinar sessions for medical students and junior doctors. Session 1: Introduction, Literature Review & Developing a Research Question Session 2: Choosing a Study Design Session 3: Ethical Considerations, Gaining Study Approval & Undertaking Patient Consent Session 4: Developing a

Research Training Fellowship Recordings – Medical Students & Junior Doctors 2019-02-24T17:22:41+00:00

Voices of One.Surgery

2019-01-02T15:36:37+00:00

This week, we are proud to present our exciting collaboration with global surgery platform, One.Surgery. Borne from an idea just nine-months ago by forward-looking British orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Saqib Noor, One.Surgery is now managed by a fast growing international team passionate about improving surgical care worldwide. Their bi-monthly periodical, Voices of One.Surgery, is empowering, enlightening

Voices of One.Surgery 2019-01-02T15:36:37+00:00

Global PaedSurg: Reflections from an LMIC medical student

2018-11-23T00:25:06+00:00

Gabriella presenting the Global PaedSurg protocol at the International Association of Student Surgical Societies (IASSS) & Southern African Students Surgical Societies (SASSS) Future of Surgery Symposium, Stellenbosch University, Cape Town, South Africa  The aims of Global PaedSurg have always been multiple. Addressing the present dearth of paediatric surgical research, especially from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), has always been a

Global PaedSurg: Reflections from an LMIC medical student 2018-11-23T00:25:06+00:00

Care of Infants With Gastroschisis in Low-Resource Settings

2018-09-18T14:49:42+00:00

The manuscript for a new research article written about a key congenital anomaly - gastroschisis - has been accepted and is currently in press for the next issue of Seminars in Pediatric Surgery. With an incidence of about 1 in 2000, gastroschisis is one of the most frequently encountered congenital anomalies by paediatric surgeons. Despite

Care of Infants With Gastroschisis in Low-Resource Settings 2018-09-18T14:49:42+00:00

Talking IA and ARM with Dr Sebastian King – Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne

2018-09-19T12:50:29+00:00

The ONE in 5000 Foundation is a non-profit charity organisation established to champion and support anyone affected by the congenital condition anorectal malformation (ARM) (also called imperforate anus or IA), one of seven conditions included in Global PaedSurg. The condition has an incidence of about 1:5000 births in Western communities with higher rates in some communities. IA/ARM can

Talking IA and ARM with Dr Sebastian King – Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne 2018-09-19T12:50:29+00:00

Meet CDH UK: Charity, Lifeline and Ally in Improving Care for Congenital Anomalies

2018-09-05T19:31:42+00:00

With a study that aims to be as far-reaching and collaborative as Global PaedSurg, we are rarely far from another ally. Indeed, just recently, CDH UK have offered their expertise and feedback on crucial aspects of the study design surrounding the care of patients with congenital diaphragmatic hernias (CDH). CDH make up one of seven

Meet CDH UK: Charity, Lifeline and Ally in Improving Care for Congenital Anomalies 2018-09-05T19:31:42+00:00

National Surgical, Obstetric, and Anaesthesia Plans (NSOAPs) for Paediatric and Child Health

2018-11-22T23:42:08+00:00

Dominique Vervoort outside the UN for the World Health Assembly, where NSOAPs took center stage within the discussion of global surgery. This week's blog comes from one of our own Global PaedSurg lead organisers, and touches on an important aspect of global surgical health: National Surgical, Obstetric, and Anaesthesia Plans (NSOAPS). Dominique Vervoort, MD is Chair of

National Surgical, Obstetric, and Anaesthesia Plans (NSOAPs) for Paediatric and Child Health 2018-11-22T23:42:08+00:00