Global Surgery (GS) is a movement that advocates access of every individual to safe and affordable surgery despite geographic location or socioeconomic status. It has recently received increased attention within the global health arena, but many patients are still without access to care because of geographical, social and economic disparities. Due to the multi-disciplinary nature of surgical services, GS requires that a worldwide network of healthy surgical systems be developed and sustained. Healthy surgical systems have many components, and this paper will briefly address 3 of those components: Improved access to care, safety and quality, and multidisciplinary strengthening.
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Dogar, S. A.,
(2019). Global surgery: building healthy surgical systems.. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 69(1), s90-s94.
Available at: https://ecommons.aku.edu/pakistan_fhs_mc_surg_surg/766
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