Document Type

Review Article


General Surgery; Neurosurgery


Morbidity and mortality meetings have long been part of surgical education and practice. They have undergone several modifications over time to include improvement in patient safety and outcomes as an essential utility of conducting morbidity and mortality meetings. Time and again, it has been proposed in literature that standardisation of case discussion results in the efficiency of these meetings. Learning opportunities can be compiled for system improvement. The current review article was planned to present a newly implemented digital morbidity and mortality portal at the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), Karachi, aiming at homogenising the discussion and to add objectivity to the outcome. It is believed that this uniform system across all surgical specialties may play a significant role in enhancing surgical trainees' learning experience.

Publication (Name of Journal)

JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association