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How can visits from international plastic surgery teams cater for the demands and needs of partners in low and middle income settings?

Published:October 14, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjps.2022.10.015
      Many surgical teams from high income countries visit hospitals and clinics in lower income settings. The vast majority of papers written on Global Surgery are concerned with clinical care and 80% are written exclusively by authors from a high income country (HIC).
      • Grant CL
      • Robinson T
      • Al Hinai A
      • Mack C
      • Guilfoyle R
      • Saleh A
      Ethical considerations on global surgery: a scoping review.
      We have focused on the educational, cultural and economic impact of hosting a visiting team, by asking our long term collaborators abroad about their experiences.

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      References

        • Grant CL
        • Robinson T
        • Al Hinai A
        • Mack C
        • Guilfoyle R
        • Saleh A
        Ethical considerations on global surgery: a scoping review.
        BMJ Glob Health. 2020; 5e002319
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