Global surgery is an area of study, research, practice, and advocacy that seeks to improve health outcomes and achieve health equity for all people who require surgical care, with a special emphasis on under-served populations and populations in crisis. This article by Faith Robertson is a primer, telling you all you need to know to get started in this exciting new field!
This article by Dr. Panos Sgardelis (FY2 in neurosurgery at Addenbrooke's) takes you through how to interpret a CT scan in the context of intracranial bleeding. The basic principles can be used to interpet many other CT scans as well! This article is ideal for medical students and junior doctors.
This is the first of a series of blog posts on Brainbook's public engagement work written by Priya Rogers, Academic Foundation Doctor and Co-Founder of Brainbook.
This is the first in a series of articles written by Amy MacNeil, clinical nurse specialist in complex spine at The Royal London Hospital. This is aimed at nursing staff, medical students and allied healthcare professionals, from general practice through to accident and emergency, the wards and intensive care.
A human perspective on the difficulty of making rapid life & death decisions on a daily basis, written by Mr. Aswin Chari, neurosurgery registrar.
An illustrated introduction to brain aneurysms, by guest author Dr Ciléin Kearns (artibiotics), made possible by the support of Delta Surgical.
An illustrated introduction to brain aneurysms, by guest author Dr Ciléin Kearns (artibiotics) and kindly sponsored by Delta Surgical.
A senior neurosurgical registrar (now consultant) presents his methods for dealing with the stress and drama of a busy neurosurgical on-call. This article was written by Mr. Amin Elyas.