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Gwendolyn Hollaar, MD MPH; Robert Taylor, MD. Assessing personal contributions in global surgery: By whose yardstick? Can J Surg 2015; 58(5):343-346
Global Surgery, The Lancet Global Health (special issue) April 2015
Global Surgery Teaching Cases: Volume 1 Lancet Global Health (special issue) April 2015
John Meara, Sara Greenberg. Global surgery as an equal partner in health: no longer the neglected stepchild. Lancet Global Health Vol 3, Special Issue, S1-S2, 27 April 2015
Abstracts: The 15th Bethune Round Table Conference on International Surgery. Can J of Surg 2015, 58
Brian Cameron, MD; Carlos Martin MBBS, PGDipSurg; Madan Rambaran, MBBS. Surgical Training in Guyana: the net generation. Can J Surg; 2014; 58 (1): 7-9
Goecke ME, Knnashiro J, Kyamanywa P, Hollaar GL. Using CANMEDS to guide international electives: an enriching experience in Uganda defined for a Canadian surgery resident.Can J Surg 2008; 51(4):289-295
Lett R. International surgery: definition, principles and Canadian practice. Can J Surg. 2008 August; 51(4): 250–251.
Grant Warnock . Broadening the Mandate for International Surgery. Can J Surg. 2008 August; 51(4): 244–245.
Barton A, Williams D, Beveridge M. A survey of Canadian general surgery residents’ interest in international surgery.Can J Surg 2008; 51(2):125-129
Dan L Deckelbaum, Georges Ntakiyiruta, Alexander S Liberman, Tarek Razek, Patrick Kyamanywa. Augmenting surgical capacity in resource-limited settings. thelancet.com Vol380 August25,2012
Gregory Klar reviews a new book entitled “Role of Anesthesiology in Global Health: a Comprehensive Guide”