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Cultural challenges facing UK surgeons providing education in low and middle income countries                                      Hodgson SP, Abdelrahman M, Jemec B et al. The Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2022; 104(4): 196-200

Global surgery education and training programmes - a scoping review and taxonomy
O'Flynn E, Danial A, Gajewski J. Indian J Surg. 2021; :1-14

Collaborative healthcare education programmes for continuing professional education in low and middle-income countries: a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) systematic review
Hill E, Gurbutt D, Makuloluwa T et al. BEME Guide No. 65. Med Teach. 2021; 43(11): 1228-1241

Redressing the impact of COVID-19 on medical education in Africa: the need for collective action
Ossai EN, Ogbuoji O. BMJ Global Health 2021; 6: e005067

Genitourinary reconstructive surgery curriculum and postgraduate training program development in the Caribbean
De Long J, Virasoro R. SIUJ 2021; 2(2): 106 - 112

Comparison of surgical skill acquisition by UK surgical trainees and Sierra Leonean associate clinicians in a task-sharing programmeLiu B, Hunt LM, Lonsdale RJ et al. BJS Open 2019; 3(2): 218-223

Is laparoscopic urological training in Sub-Saharan Africa a goal worth pursuing? Observations from my experience with IVUmed in Senegal
Aslam Z. Urology News 2019; 23(6)

Engagement and role of surgical trainees in global surgery: consensus statement and recommendations from the Association of Surgeons in Training
Mohan HM, Fitzgerald E, Gokani V et al. Int J Surg. 2018; 52: 366-370

Taking time out of training
Barber Z, Jones C, Dobbs T. BMJ 2015; 351: h5460

Teaching the management of surgical emergencies through a short course to surgical residents in East/Central Africa delivers excellent educational outcomes ** see footnote
Dreyer J, Hannay J, Lane R. World J Surgery 2014; 38(4): 830-8

E-learning in medical education in resource constrained low- and middle-income countries.                                             Frehywot, S., Vovides, Y., Talib, Z. et al.  Hum Resour Health 2013; 11: 4

Skills acquisition for trainee urologists: are the Federal Medical Centers in Nigeria suitable?
Ajape AA, Kura MM, Ojo EO et al. Ann Afr Med. 2012 Jul-Sep;11(3):146-51

British training, and urological practice in sub-Saharan Africa
Olapade-Olaopa EO, Adebayo SA, Ajamu O et al. BJU Int. 2010; 105(10): 1353-5

Surgery in developing countries: essential training in residency
Ozgediz D, Roayaie K, Debas H et al. Arch Surg. 2005; 140(8): 795–800

** Urolink organised and ran the urology component of this course

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