About Sunday Abiria
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Website: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/ Type: Academic Institution Country: United States About: Vanderbilt University is a center for scholarly research, informed and creative teaching, and service to the community and society at large. Vanderbilt will uphold the highest standards and be a leader in the * quest for new knowledge through scholarship, * dissemination of knowledge through teaching and outreach, * creative experimentation of ideas and concepts.
- United States
- [ARCHIVED] Adherence & Retention
- [ARCHIVED] Connected Health for Providers: Information Technologies to Improve Health Care Delivery
- [ARCHIVED] Creating Opportunities for Health Scientists in Disease Endemic Countries
- Endemic Non-Communicable Diseases
- Global Health Nursing & Midwifery
- Global Surgery & Anesthesia
- Health IT
- [ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention
- HIV Treatment & Prevention
- [ARCHIVED] Improving Equity through Health IT in the US and Internationally
- [ARCHIVED] Integrating M&E for Health Systems Strengthening
- [ARCHIVED] Integrating Mental Health in the Primary Care Setting: The Case in the U.S. and Abroad
- [ARCHIVED] Lessons Learned in India: E-Compliance for TB Treatment by Operation ASHA
- Malaria Treatment & Prevention
- [ARCHIVED] Managing Health Care Delivery: Your expertise
- MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention
- [ARCHIVED] New Medicines and Novel Approaches for MDR-TB
- Role of Surgery in Management of Tuberculosis
- [ARCHIVED] Stopping Resurgent Malaria In Mutasa Area Of Zimbabwe
- [ARCHIVED] Strengthening Health Systems: The Role of NGOs
- TB Infection Control
- Technology for Patient Engagement
- [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care
- [ARCHIVED] The Updated WHO Policy on Xpert MTB/RIF assay: What is New and How it May Support Implementation
Sunday Abiria replied to "GHDonline Expert Panel February 6 – 10: Surgical Training in Resource-Limited Settings"
Despite all the insights the experienced panel has provided, the pursuit of adequate surgical services in most of rural Africa seems hopeless, at least in the short term. I agree that the surgical community needs make more noise about the necessity of basic surgical services in rural communities. However, top ...
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