MA Oxf, MA
Programme Manager & Executive Assistant to Professor Chris Lavy
Grace Le manages several of NDORMS' health partnerships supporting surgical training and research in sub-Saharan Africa.
She provides research management support for University of Oxford for SURG-Africa, a EU Horizon 2020 project focusing on strengthening surgical care in district hospitals in Zambia, Malawi and Tanzania.
As project manager for the Africa Clubfoot Training project, she co-authored and coordinated the development of standardised clubfoot provider training materials and instructor training materials, and led an OxReach crowdfunding campaign to support translation and roll-out of the training materials across Africa and beyond.
She was programme manager for COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL) - a multi-country programme in partnership with the College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA), overseeing orthopaedic surgical training courses in the COSECSA countries delivered by volunteer UK surgeons and local faculty, clinical fellowships in paediatric orthopaedics for local surgical trainees at specialist children’s hospitals in the region, basic trauma management courses, and related research and evaluation projects.
Grace provides administrative and communications support for Oxford University Global Surgery Group and is Executive Assistant to Professor Chris Lavy.
She holds a MA Oxf degree in English Language & Literature from Wadham College, Oxford, and a MA degree in Development and Emergency Practice from Oxford Brookes University.
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3367-2076
State of Anaesthesia at District Level Hospitals in Africa
Pittalis C. et al, (2020), Abstract 126.01 - Abstract 126.01
Characteristics of interpersonal violence in adult victims at the Adult Emergency Trauma Centre (AETC) of Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital
Sheikh S. et al, (2020), Malawi medical journal, 32
Patel R. et al, (2019), International journal of surgery: global health, 1 - 1
PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH TO DESIGN A SURGICAL TRAINING & SUPERVISION INTERVENTION FOR DISTRICT LEVEL HOSPITALS IN MALAWI, TANZANIA AND ZAMBIA
LE G. et al, (2019)
Surgical Capacity Indices: A Poor Predictor of Surgical Productivity in African District Hospitals
Gajewski J. et al, (2019), Abstract 126.07 - Abstract 126.07