Global Hand Surgery: Learning and Contributing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
This issue of Hand Clinics, guest edited by series consulting editor Dr. Kevin Chung, will cover Global Hand Surgery, with a focus on learning and contributing in the developing world. Topics discussed in the volume include: Economic Evaluations of Hand Surgery in the Developing World, Developing a Sustaining Program of Surgery Care in the Developing World, Overcoming Barriers to Hand Surgical Care in Low-Resource Settings, Postoperative Management for Hand Surgery in the Developing World, Interdisciplinary Teams and Global Hand Surgery, Guidelines for Ideal Short-Term Hand Surgery Outreach Trips, Cultural Sensitivity and Surgical Outreach, Treating Upper Extremity Burns in the Developing World, Treating Congenital Hand Anomalies in Low-Resource Settings, Treating Hand Traumas in Low-Resource Setting, Ethics in Global Hand Surgery, Hand Surgery in Underserved Populations in the United States, and Initiatives and Future Directions, among others.
|Author Informaiton||By Kevin C. Chung.,
University of Michigan Medical School.,