PGSSC Interview series

Updated: Sep 30, 2019

We are thrilled to share some insights into the Program in Global Surgery & Social Change with this short interview series. As this list grows, we hope that with every new interview, a bigger picture of work is illustrated. Longer interviews have been clipped to trailer length for Twitter. You can see the links to the full interview, Twitter trailer, and any papers after the title.

Leah & Joanna, PGSSC Interview team 2018-2019


INTERVIEW LIST (Last updated: August 2019)

  • Robert Riviello, MD, MPH

  • Mark Shrime, MD, PhD, MPH

  • Kee Park, MD, MPH

  • Salome Maswime, MBChB, PhD

  • Desmond Jumbam, MSGH

  • Alex Peters, MD, MPH

  • Chris Strader, MD

  • Lina Roa, MD, MPH

  • Haitham Shoman, MD, MPH

  • Sebastian Shu, MD



INTERVIEWS

Robert Riviello, MD, MPH

Faculty, Program in Global Surgery and Social Change; Associate Surgeon, Trauma, Burns and Surgical Critical Care, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School



Mark Shrime, MD, PhD, MPH

Director, Centre for Global Surgery Evaluation, and Clinical Instructor, Otolaryngology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear


Kee Park, MD, MPH


Salome Maswime, MBChB, PhD

Obstetrician, Global Surgery Professor


Desmond Jumbam, MSGH

Health policy analyst, Harvard Medical School


Alex Peters, MD, MPH

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Fellow 2017-2019

  • National Vision for Surgical Care 2025, Pakistan

  • Blockchain technology for Global Health Equity

  • High-fidelity simulation program, India


Chris Strader, MD, MPH

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School; General Surgery resident, University of Massachusetts.

  • Safe Surgery 2020, Tanzania

  • Mercy Ships, surgery, and Financial Risk Projection, Guinea


Lina Roa, MD, MPH

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Fellow; Resident in Obs/Gyn at the University of Alberta, Canada.

  • Estimating the burden of disease of Prolonged Obstructed Labour

  • A tool to measure surgical quality, Brazil

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School


Haitham Shoman, MBBcH, DIC, MPH

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Fellow; Orthopedic trainee,

  • National Vision for Surgical Care 2025 and P-SOAPs, Pakistan

  • NSOAPs on the African continent

  • Global orthopedics, Malawi


Sebastian Shu, MD

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Associate 2018-2019

  • Quality improvement project in elective surgery & Tuberculosis and surgery, Peru

  • Experience from the Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship


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