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Short Term Experiences in Other Countries
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Do no harm: the urgent need to reform short-term global health experiences
Martin K. Ann Global Health 2019 85(1): 81

Not above the law: a legal and ethical analysis of short-term experiences in global health
Rowthorn V, Loh L, Evert J, Chung E et al. Ann Global Health 2019; 85(1): 79

Ethical obligations regarding short-term global health clinical experiences: an American College of Physicians position paper
de Camp M, Lehmann LS, Jaeel P et al. Ann Intern Med 2018; 168: 651-657

Guidelines for responsible short-term global health activities: developing common principles
Lasker JN, Aldrink M, Balasubramaniam R et al. Global Health 2018; 14: 18

International short-term medical missions: a systematic review of recommended practices
Roche SD, Ketheeswaran P, Wirtz VJ. Int J Public Health 2017; 62: 31–42

Short-term volunteer health trips: aligning host community preferences and organizer practices
Rozier MD, Lasker JN, Compton B. Global Health Action 2017; 10: 1

Surgery resident participation in short-term humanitarian international surgical missions can supplement exposure where program case volumes are low
Bale  AG, Sifri  ZC. Am J Surg 2016; 211: 294–9

A systematic review of social, economic and diplomatic aspects of short-term medical missions
Caldron PH, Impens A, Pavlova M. et al. BMC Health Serv Res 2015; 15: 380

Short-term medical service trips: a systematic review of the evidence
Sykes KJ. Am J Public Health. 2014; 104(7): e38-48

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