Matthew is a ST7 upper GI surgical registrar in the South West specialty interest in bariatrics. He will be speaking about his out of programme experience working as a one of a handful of general surgeons in Mbale, Uganda and how he secured Royal College of Surgeon Christmas appeal funding for the first surgical HDU in Eastern Uganda.
Professor of traumatology and disaster medicine at Linkoping University, Sweden. Has worked as Chief Surgeon of the International Committee of the Red Cross and focused his career on global health research, particularly in disaster medicine and trauma.
Paediatric Cardiac Anaesthetist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. From 2012 – 2017 she spent 5 years working full time in various African countries with the international charity Mercy Ships, providing surgical services and medical capacity building aiming to strengthen the surgical ecosystem. Speaking about her experiences on Mercy Ships and their involvement in Medical Capacity Building.
Professor of African history. Speaking about the history of Global health and surgery
Consultant in interventional radiology at Guys’ and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London. Speaking about the life-saving role of Interventional Radiology in low and middle-income countries
Global surgery researcher and assistant professor at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. Her research is clinically oriented and designed to meet desired features of innovations in Low and Middle Income countries: Low-cost, high-quality, setting appropriate and sustainable solutions Speaking about Global Surgery as a rapidly growing field of research and how to get involved
An NHS surgeon, lecturer, clinical entrepreneur and founder of Proximie, an augmented reality platform which improves access to expert care and to scale clinical expertise. Speaking about her experience as a leader in remote surgery.
Anaesthetist and research fellow in medical education. Speaking about the Global Anaesthesia Development Partnerships
General surgeon working in the Royal London Hospital. Speaking about the use of apps and technology in Global Surgery