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December

Global Surgery Research Seminar
Past Events

The PGSSC Global Surgery Research Seminar is a public seminar series which aims to share methods and results across a broader surgery research community. Over the course of ten seminars, our goal is to strengthen general knowledge and specific skills by learning from the experience of our seminar speakers.

Videos of past Research Seminar sessions from 2022-2023 can be found on this page. Videos of past Research Seminar sessions from 2021-2022 can be found here.

2022-2023 Research Seminar

  1. September 8: Multi-site randomized trials in global surgery, with Han-Kwang Yang and Adesoji Ademuyiwa

  2. November 10: Access to Blood for Global Surgery, with Marie Paul Nisingizwe and Meghan Delaney

  3. December 8: Gender Disparities in Global Surgery, with Grace Kansayisa and Doris Sarmiento

  4. January 12: Task-Shifting in Global Surgery, with Jessica Beard and Tigistu Adamu Ashengo 

September 8, 2022

Multi-site Randomised Trials in Global Surgery

This seminar discussed multi-site randomized trials in global surgery. The featured speakers presented on their experiences conducting research using a multicentre randomized control methodology.

November 10, 2022

Access to Blood for Global Surgery

This seminar discussed access to blood for global surgery. The featured speakers presented on their research on the global need and availability of blood, and novel solutions to increasing access to blood delivery.

December 8, 2022

Gender Disparities in Global Surgery: Disparities Among Providers and Students

This seminar discussed gender disparities in global surgery. The featured speakers presented on their experiences conducting research on gender disparities among surgeons and medical students interested in surgery. 

January 12, 2023

Task shifting for healthcare workers in Global Surgery

This seminar discussed task-shifting in global surgery. The featured speakers presented their experiences conducting research on task-shifting with interested in surgery. 

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