The latest newsletter from the Program of Global Surgery and Social Change
A special issue of the Wits Journal of Clinical Medicine relating specifically to the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa
We are writing to you during this difficult time asking for your help with CovidSurg dissemination among your members and surgical network.
Call for Applications – Global Surgery Small Grants 2020/21
Please note that The Pan-African Association Of Surgeons (PAAS) International Conference 2018 has been postponed until further notice. For any queries, please contact us.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF GLOBAL SURGERY IN AFRICA Closing Ceremony Professor KH YANGNI-ANGATE, President PAAS Venue: African Union Commission (AUC) Headquarters, Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia Date: Friday, 3rd February, 2017 His Excellency, the African Union Commissioner for Social Affairs, His Excellency Minister of Health of the Republic of Senegal represented by Professor Diop Papa Saloum All […]
PAN AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS STATEMENT FROM THE PAN AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS ON THE DELIVERY OF SURGICAL SERVICES IN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA The Pan African Association of Surgeons (PAAS) convened a meeting of its constituent Colleges and Associations in Cape Town, South Africa on the 4th September 2014 and issues the following statement. PREAMBLE Whereas, […]
Born in Ijedu-Ode(Nigeria) on March 9th,1930, Professor Solanke’s path to the coveted post of Emeritus Professor of Surgery in the Premier University of Ibadan started from Ladi-Lak Primary School, Yaba, Lagos. He then proceeded to the famous CMS Grammar School, Lagos and later Chigwell School in Essex, England. In both schools, he demonstrated academic excellence […]
An open process to promote surgery as a public health measure Welcome to the March 2016 newsletter of the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery Dear Friends and Colleagues, Happy Spring! The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery has exciting updates regarding two international global surgery events that were held at the start of the month. First, we take a […]
An open process to promote surgery as a public health measure Welcome to the February 2016 newsletter of the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery Dear Friends and Colleagues, The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery continues to have exciting updates regarding our in-country collaborations. This month, we focus on recent developments in Ethiopia and Zambia. Be sure to […]