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(recommended reading)

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The feasibility of endourological surgery in low-resource settings. Watson GM, Niang L, Chandresekhar S, Natchagande G, Payne SR. BJUI 2022; 130(2): 18-25

Disseminating surgical experience for sustainable benefits: the Urolink experience. Venn SN, Mabedi C, Ngowi BN, Mbwambo OJ, Mteta KA, Payne SR. BJUI 2022; 129(1): 661-667

The utility of Urological Clinical and Simulation Training for Sub-Saharan Africa. Moore M, Mabedi C, Phull M, Biyani CS, Payne SR. BJU Int. 2022; 129(1) 563–571

The benefits of virtual learning webinars to both low and high income countries
Ng M, Chamileke N, Mapulanga V, Campain N, Payne SR. BJUI 2022; 129(1): 434–441

A first of many: Zambia represents at EUREP19
Soko G. EAU Newspaper 2019

An evaluation of the role of simulation training for teaching surgical skills in sub-Saharan Africa
Campain NJ, Kailavasan M, Chalwe M, Gobeze A, Teferi GT, Lane R, Biyani CS. World J Surgery 2018; 42(4): 923‐929 

Use of a simulated model to teach male adult circumcision in sub-Saharan Africa
Campain NJ, Parnham AS, Spasojevic N, Reeves F, Venn S, Biyani CS. World J Surgery 2017; 41(1): 10-13

Current challenges to urological training in sub-Saharan Africa
Campain NJ, MacDonagh RP, Mteta KA, McGrath JS on behalf of BAUS Urolink. BJUI 2015; 116(3): 316‐318

Out of Africa
McGrath JS. Hospital Doctor; July 2004

Trainees' Forum: 2003 Visit to Zambia
Evans CM,  Duffy P, Rees R. Urology News 2004; 8(2): 28-30

UROLINK - benefits for trainees from both sides
Gujral S, Nassanga R. BJUI 2002; 89 (Suppl.1): 11-12


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