Global Surgery: How to Work and Teach in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
by Mark A. Hardy (Editor), Beth R. Hochman (Editor)
Few books have been published to assist local and visiting clinicians in addressing opportunities to expand surgical care in low- and middle-income countries. With contributions from
international experts and surgical leaders, this book serves as a valuable resource for local and visiting faculty, trainees, and students in their endeavors to deliver surgical services in
existing facilities as well as to develop new infrastructures for specialized surgical care. This book presents an anthology of important lessons gleaned from the experiences of participants
in selected academic global surgery centers and existing partnerships all over the world. Contributing authors summarize methods to build partnerships and expand capacity with a focus not
only on how to, but also on what worked, what didn’t work, and what could be done differently. They discuss specific examples ranging from implementing colon cancer screening to building a
transplant program. In addition, several chapters describe approaches to diagnosis and management of specific surgical pathologies in limited resource environments as a complement to
standard surgical texts in general surgery, thoracic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics, and surgery for contractures and burns.
Practical and user-friendly, Global Surgery encapsulates the increasing enthusiasm of young faculty, trainees and medical students to improve access to surgical care in the world’s low- and
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