Publications 

Original Research

Op-Eds 

Do We Have a Right to Surgery? The Case for Access to All. Jacquelyn Corley, Rolvix Patterson. Global Health NOW. September 2018. 

The Missing Piece in the Struggle for Universal Health Coverage. Rolvix Patterson, John Meara. Global Citizen. October 2018.

Stop Trump's War on Global Health. Jacquelyn Corley, Rolvix Patterson. RealClearPolitics. October 2018. 

Gender Equity Key to Providing Patients with Best Possible Surgical Care. Dominique Vervoort. Global Health NOW. October 2018. 

Trauma surgeons caution about global firearm violence. Sebastian Shu, Jacquelyn Corley. The Hill.  

Ending Fistula within a generation. Roa, Romanzi. Voice of One.Surgey. January 2019. 

Policymakers relying too much on life expectancy in formulating health policy. Jacquelyn Corley and Gail Rosseau. The Hill. July 2018

The Stake Neurosurgeons Have in Gun Control. Jacquelyn Corley and Jacob Lepard. Doximity. August 2018. 


The truth about Hurricane Maria's death toll: Under Trump, the Feds left a Vulnerable Puerto Rican Population at Lethal Risk. Jacquelyn Corley, Kate Wall. New York Daily News.  September 2018. 

What the World Still Doesnt Understand About Global Health. Jacquelyn Corley. Real Clear Health. December 2018. 

The Emergence of Gender Equity in Global Surgery. Jacquelyn Corley and Eliana Kim. Voices One.Surgery. April 2019. 

There's a global surgery crisis and it has an obvious solution. Jacquelyn Corley and Eliana Kim. CNN. May 2019. 

Original Article

Towards equitable surgical systems: development and outcomes of a National, Surgical, Obstetric and Anaesthesia Plan in Tanzania. Citron, Jumbam, Dahm, Mukhopadhay, Nyberger, Iverson, Akoko, Lugazia, D’mello, Maongezi, Nguhuni, Kapologwe, Hellar, Maina, Kisakye, Mwai, Reynolds, Varghese, Barash, Steer, Meara, Ulisubisya. BMJ Global Health

Using technology and innovation to address the three delays in access to cardiac surgery. Dominique Vervoort, Jacque Kpodonu. African Annals for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

Mixed-methods assessment of surgical capacity in two regions of Ethiopia. Iverson, Garringer, Ahearn, Alidina, Citron, Esseye, Teshome, Mukhopadhyay, Burssa. British Journal of Surgery. January 2019. 

The Current State of Neurosurgery in Haiti. Barthélemy EJ, Gabriel PJ, Lafortune Y, Clervius H, Pyda J, Park KB. World Neurosurgery. January 2019. 

Neurosurgery and Sustainable Development Goals. Barthélemy EJ, Park KB, Johnson W. World Neurosurgery. December 2018. 

Bridging the gap: creating a self-sustaining neurosurgical residency program in Haiti. Shah AH, Barthélemy E, Lafortune Y, Gernsback J, Henry A, Green B, Ragheb J.Journal of Neurosurgery. October 2018. 

InciSioN: Developing the Future Generation of Global Surgeons. Dominique Vervoort. Journal of Surgical Education. March 2019. 

Global Cardiac Surgery: Access to Cardiac Surgical Care Around the World. Dominique Vervoort. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. April 2019. 

The Role of the US Surgeon in Global Care: Melding the Reality at Home with Global Need. Scott Corlew. Annals of Plastic Surgery. February 2019. 

Haïti: Une Perspective Locale sur la Chirurgie Globale. Barthélemy E. J., Woolley P. M, Dérivois-Mérisier E, Larsen, M. G., Chrysostome M. J., Télémaque, L. F. Info-Chir: Revue Haïtienne de Chirurgie et d'Anesthésiologie. February 2019. 

© 2019 by Harvard Program in Global Surgery and Social Change

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