Oxford University Global Surgery Group
Global Surgery 2030: evidence and solutions for achieving health, welfare, and economic development.
Meara JG. et al, (2015), Am j obstet gynecol, 213, 338 - 340
Indignity, exclusion, pain and hunger: the impact of musculoskeletal impairments in the lives of children in Malawi.
Alavi Y. et al, (2012), Disabil rehabil, 34, 1736 - 1746
A collaborative public health approach to clubfoot intervention in 10 low-income and middle-income countries: 2-year outcomes and lessons learnt.
Owen RM. et al, (2012), J pediatr orthop b, 21, 361 - 365
Activities by OUGSG members:
Here is a snapshot of some of the various activities that OUGSG members have been involved with (in addition to our regular seminars, undergraduate teaching, and academic foundation doctors programme).
We're celebrating #WorldAnaesthesiaDay - 16 October 2019 - read a blog for GASOC by Dr Joseph Niyitegeka here, and find out about the Anaesthesia in Developing Countries course led by Dr Hilary Edgcombe here
Kokila Lakhoo spoke at the Houston Global Health Collaborative Round Table and Texas Children's Grand Round in Houston
We held the second Oxford Global Surgery Course 9-13 September at Green Templeton College with 33 students.
We supported the GASOC conference in Leeds on 14 September.
Grace Le presented on behalf of the SURG-Africa project at World Congress of Surgery 2019 in Krakow, Poland.
Chris Lavy was awarded the Arthur Eyre-Brooke Medal 2019 at the World Orthopaedic Concern annual meeting in Glasgow for 'outstanding orthopaedic work in low and middle income countries'.
Roba Khundkar represented OUGSG at the Bethune Round Table conference in 2019 in Edmonton on 'Ethics in Global Surgery'.
Kokila Lakhoo spoke at the 72nd WHA Side Event on 23 May 2019, 'Accelerating progress towards surgical equity in Universal Health Coverage through scaling up children’s surgical services and eliminating Neglected Surgical Diseases (NSDs) by 2030' in Geneva.
Roba Khundkar spoke at the Oxford Global Health Group Annual Careers Fair, 14 May 2019
Chris Lavy spoke at the Oxford Electives Conference 11 May 2019
Roba Khundkar was faculty for a reconstructive surgical training programme at UTH Lusaka with COSECSA and 2nd Chance
Duncan Whitwell, Max Gibbons and David Pigott were visiting faculty for a musculoskeletal tumour surgical training course at UTH Lusaka
Jim Turner was faculty for a clubfoot course in Myanmar with ICRC.
Emery Manirambona presented a poster at the Incision Global Surgery Symposium (IGSS2019), Kigali, Rwanda from 20-21st April 2019 on behalf of OxPLORE (Oxford Paediatrics Linking Oncology Research with Electives).
We hosted our third group of Special Study Module students in Global Surgery this year.
We held our termly OUGSG meeting at Osler House, with Bex Inglis, Tony Jefferis and Shakira Morar as guest speakers
Sharaf Sheik-Ali, one of our AFP doctors, presented a poster on "The Healthcare Determinants of Accessibility to CTEV Treatment: A Global Observational Study" at the Associations of Surgeons in Training conference in Belfast
Chris Lavy and Grace Le helped to run a SURG-Africa participatory action research workshop in Malawi
Tim Goodacre went on a mentoring trip to CoRSU hospital in Uganda
OUGSG presented at Oxford Surgical Grand Rounds with Sarah Kessler and Shafi Ahmed as guest speakers
We co-hosted Bethune Round Table online meeting on Building an ethical framework to guide the practice of global surgery
Chris Lavy visited the site of the new Bulawayo Children's Hospital, Zimbabwe which is under construction
We co-hosted GASOC Journal Club
The UK version of the Africa Clubfoot Training materials (developed by members of the team) were accredited by RCS England
Jim Turner ran a clubfoot training course delivered in Iraq in conjunction with ICRC.
Some of our Oxford Global Surgery Course faculty, Tahmina Banu, Nobhojit Roy and Kokila Lakhoo, helped to promote research at Chittagong Medical College (CMC) in Bangladesh amongst young medical professionals. Full story here.
OUGSG members attended the COSECSA AGM and Scientific conference, Kigali, Rwanda, with Noel Peter and Kokila Lakhoo assisting as FCS examiners.
Hilary Edgcombe ran the annual Anaesthesia in Developing Countries course in Uganda
Kokila Lakhoo, Roba Khundkar, and Riana Patel went on a children's surgery and plastic surgery training & research visit to KCMC, Arusha, and Muhimbili National Hospital, Dar es Salaam
Noel Peter represented OUGSG at the World Orthopaedic Concern meeting at BOTA 2018.
Chris Lavy and Roba Khundkar represent OUGSG at the Oxford Global Health Group 2018 conference.
Chris Lavy and Grace Le led a SURG-Africa participatory action research workshop held in Livingstone Zambia on surgery in district hospitals
OUGSG ran the first Oxford Global Surgery Course at Green Templeton College in connection with the GASOC Annual Conference 2018. Many of our undergraduates taking the Global Surgery special study module presented posters - you can view them here.
Chris Lavy spoke on global health partnerships at the THET Annual Conference
Chris Lavy highlighted the value of global health partnerships in DFID video to celebrate the NHS at 70.
OUGSG presented at Surgical Grand Rounds
We had a stand at the RCS England Global Surgical Frontiers conference, and Max Denning won the poster prize (view poster here).
Clubfoot training course in Erbil, Iraq, delivered by Jim Turner in connection with ICRC
Kokila Lakhoo and Jim Turner taught on a RCS England children's surgery training course in India
We co-hosted the GASOC Journal Club.
Anita Makins spoke at the annual FIGO conference.
Chris Lavy spoke on global surgery to trainees at the annual ASiT conference.
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Oxford University Global Surgery Group