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Explore our video catalogue including our surgical skills series. 

Surgical Skills by InciSioN UK

Welcome to our surgical skills video series! Through seven tutorials, we aim to provide useful explanations and demonstrations of some essential techniques. We will be releasing one video a week through July and August. We hope you enjoy it, and please do let us know what you think via the contact form below!

Surgical Skills

Surgical Skills

Surgical Skills
Incision Surgical Skills Video 1

Incision Surgical Skills Video 1

02:26
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Hand Ties

Hand Ties

03:40
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Instrument Ties

Instrument Ties

01:38
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Simple Suture workshop

Simple Suture workshop

02:40
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InciSioN UK Watches

Below is a collection of videos surrounding topics relating to global health that we think are excellent representations of the people working internationally to provide healthcare despite infinite challenges. 

Through the Eyes of a Child | Dr Lola Solebo | TEDxLSTM
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Through the Eyes of a Child | Dr Lola Solebo | TEDxLSTM

Lola Solebo is a scientist and paediatric ophthalmic surgeon. Her interest is in how we predict, and what decides outcomes for children with blinding eye diseases, and how we use this information to best help affected children. Her PhD involved a longitudinal cohort study (watching for outcomes over a period of time for a defined group) on children affected by one of the most important causes of childhood blindness: cataract. Study findings have changed clinical practice and impacted on national policy. She is about to start another study to examine how best we measure disease, and how best we use this information, for another important, rare, blinding childhood eye disease: uveitis. The work is supported by a prestigious National Institute of Health Research Clinician Scientist award, and a national clinical collaborative group she has co-founded, the Paediatric Ocular Inflammation Group. It's also supported by the affected children and their families, who have helped her every step of the way. Lola is also (alongside her partner, Mark) a parent to two girls, aged 4 and 5, who when asked what mummy does says 'She fixes children's eyes'. Lola Solebo is a scientist and paediatric ophthalmic surgeon at GOSH. Her interest is in how we predict, and what decides outcomes for children with blinding eye diseases, and how we use this information to best help affected children. She is about to start another study to examine how we measure disease, and how best we can use this information, for another important, rare, blinding childhood eye disease: uveitis. Lola is also (alongside her partner, Mark) a parent to two girls, aged 4 and 5, who when asked what mummy does says 'She fixes children's eyes'. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Global Oncology: Development of a Comprehensive Pediatric Cancer Care Program in Tanzania
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Global Oncology: Development of a Comprehensive Pediatric Cancer Care Program in Tanzania

KRISTIN SCHROEDER, MD, MPH Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Global Health About the lecture In September 2018, the WHO announced the Global Initiative for Childhood Cancer with the goal of reaching at least a 60% survival rate for children with cancer by 2030 through increased cancer awareness and expanding the capacity of countries to deliver best practice in childhood cancer care. In Tanzania, a country of 51 million people, there was only one full-time pediatric cancer specialist and a single hospital treating children with cancer. Survival rates were less than 30%—compared to over 85% here in the US. This talk will cover the expansion of pediatric cancer care in Tanzania over the past five years through the Duke Global Cancer Program, including the development of diagnostic and treatment capacity, a patient support infrastructure, and local community engagement. It will also highlight future collaborative opportunities for the Duke community. This event is part of Think Global, a weekly lecture series at the Duke Global Health Institute. About the speaker Kristin Schroeder is an assistant professor in Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, with further specialization in Neuro-oncology. She completed the Duke Global Health Fellowship in 2016 and joined the DGHI faculty as an assistant research professor in the fall of 2017. Since 2014, Schroeder has spent six or more months per year in Mwanza, Tanzania, at the Bugando Medical Centre as part of the Duke Global Cancer Program. She has a strong belief that all children should have the same chance of cancer cure regardless of where they live. In addition to developing capacity for pediatric cancer care, her research focuses on creating interventions to improve pediatric cancer outcomes and reducing treatment abandonment in low resource settings. She co-founded the NGO i-ccare (www.i-ccare.org) to further support pediatric cancer care in low resource settings.