Global Surgery Course in Oxford

Five-day course on Global Surgery by the Oxford University Global Surgery Group from Mon 09 Sep 2019 - Fri 13 Sep 2019: Global Surgery

 

 

136th Meeting of the German Society for Surgery (DGCH) 26th-29th March 2019, Munich

The CAEL workshop on "Basic skills for surgeons in rural settings" will be held on 28th of March 08:30-10.00,  the DTC/CAEL Sessions will take place 14.00-15.30 and 16.00-17.30. 136th Congress of DGCH

 

 

Save the Date: Symposium of the DTC - 25th-27th Oct. 2019, Lübeck

The Symposium 2019 on Tropical Surgery of the DTC togehter with the annual meeting of the DTC will take place in Lübeck October 25th-27th 2019. Here is the new flyer: Annunal Conference DTC 2019. We'd appreciate you to spread the word of the DTC 2019 Conference so if you hold a presentation you are welcome to use the "Save-the-date-slide" in your presentation.

For registration and further information: Kontakt@tropenchirurgie.org

 

 

Annual meeting of the German Society for Tropical Medicine (DTG)

04th-06th April 2019, Munich

The annual  meeting of the DTG together with the Austrian Society for Tropical Medicine and Representatives of the German Society for Tropical Surgery (DTC). DTG - Save the Date

 

 

ETAT+ Course from April 12th-14th 2019 in Würzburg

ETAT (Emergency Triage and Treatment) and ETAT+ are concepts for triage and first care of sick children, developed in countries with limited resources in Africa. They have a proven effect on mortality reduction and can be applied in health care institutions of all levels. More information here www.globalchildhealth.de and here ETAT+

DTC-Newsletter 03/2018

 

 

FORING Update Symposium March 9th 2019, Munich

Latest trends and new insides on humanitarian help and developement aid. More here: www.foring.org

 

 

DTC - Newsletter 03/2018

Find the most important news and developements in our Newsletter

DTC-Newsletter 03/2018

 

 

GNOS - Global Neurotrauma Outcomes Study

The Global Neurotrauma Outcomes Study is a prospective, multi-centre, international cohort study of outcomes following emergency surgery for traumatic brain injury. Find out more: www.globalneurotrauma.com

 

 

DTC - Newsletter 02/2018

Find the most important news and developements in our Newsletter

DTC-Newsletter 02/2018

 

 

Registration open for Annual Meeting of the DTC - 26th-28th Oct. 2018, Berlin

You can now register for our Annual Meeting in Berlin. Please state your Name, professional background and how many days you are going to attend the meeting under

Kontakt@tropenchirurgie.org

 

 

New European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

On May 25th 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union came into effect.  We take this opportunity  to inform you about the use of your personal data by the DTC: Data protection policy of the DTC. Should you not approve of our policy please contact the DTC-Secreteriat via e-mail: kontakt@tropenchirurgie.org or via mail Deutschen Gesellschaft für Tropenchirurgie e.V., zHd Judith Lindert, Uniklinik Lübeck, Kinderchirurgie, Ratzeburger Alle 160, 23538 Lübeck

 

 

DTC - Newsletter 01/2018

Find the most important news and developements in our Newsletter

DTC-Newsletter 01/2018

 

 

Annual Meeting of the DTC - 26th-28th Oct. 2018, Berlin

The  annual meeting of the DTC will take place in the "Alten Feuerwache" in Berlin (Axel-Springer-Straße 40/41 10969 Berlin)

Save the date Flyer: Save the Date: DTC Annual Meeting

 

 

Dear Colleagues, we ask kindly for your collaboration.

We have taken on the exciting task of updating Volume Two (Trauma) of Maurice King's Primary Surgery.

As you will know, the original edition was published in 1980, since when there have been substantial changes and advances in the type, cause and extent of trauma in LMICs. The burden of care for the majority of trauma patients must shift from tertiary centres, where specialized care is usually hugely overburdened, to the district centres.

Trauma is now the epidemic of LMICs, and is responsible for more morbidity and mortality than HIV, gastro-enteritis & malaria put together! It principally affects the young and economically active, and so means a massive deficit for general productivity, and thus social cohesion. Furthermore there are areas of trauma (such as FGM) which were not discussed at all in the original volume. Thus there is an absolute need for an urgent revision of Volume Two.

The updated revision of Volume One, available free online through Global-Help.org, has already clocked up over 900,000 downloads. This book is thus the most read surgical text globally, by far!

We thus invite you especially to an important inaugural planning meeting In Berlin on 26th October, 2017, details of which you will find below. We are able to provide a small honorarium for editorial work, where this is requested.

If you are unable to attend, but still wish to give your input, and co-operate in writing a chapter (or more), please let us know.

We should like you, if possible, at this early stage to suggest which chapter(s) you would be willing to re-edit.

Please contact: contact@primary-surgery.org

Invitation: Invitation-Einladung 26.10.2017

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Klinik für Allgemein-, Viszeral- und Gefäßchirurgie

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status: 7/23/2017

 

 

Board

Chairman:

Henning Mothes, MD (Jena)

E-Mail: henning.mothes@tropenchirurgie.org

 

General secretary:

Judith Lindert, MD (Lübeck)

E-Mail: judith.lindert@tropenchirugie.org

 

Deputies:

Tatjana Dinkelaker, MD (Ravensburg)
E-Mail: tatjana.dinkelaker@tropenchirurgie.org

 

Mina Lahlal, MD (Wien)

E-Mail: mina.lahlal@tropenchirurgie.org

 

Honorary members

Prof. Dr. Gernot Feifel, Homburg

Dr. Peter Bewes, Birmingham