Outcome of surgery is not dependent solely on surgeons skills but on the completeness of the Surgical Nursing competence & compassionate care.

The global nursing workforce is made up of approximately 27.9 million men and women, accounting for almost 50% of the global health workforce.

Our goal is to strengthen the contribution of this skilled workforce in:

  1. Delivering optimum perioperative care to improve surgical outcomes for patients
  2. Building nursing research and research management capacity through education and training for nurses to facilitate collaborative work with existing GlobalSurg teams
  3. Building a global consensus on the nurse priorities for perioperative research
  4. Building capacity and capability to advance the perioperative nurse workforce with a focus on LMICs
  5. Working in collaboration with the Edinburgh Global Nursing Initiative | The University of Edinburgh https://www.ed.ac.uk/health/subject-areas/nursing-studies/global-initiative

For any associated queries, please contact Sangeetha Samuel (Project Co-Lead) sangeetha.samuel@cmcludhiana.in

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Bringing together surgeons, researchers and policy makers to set the local research agenda according to patient need in LMIC and ensuring all patients have the opportunity to take part in our research.