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One.Surgery Journal pilots a Bitcoin Cash partnership with the Children’s Surgical Centre in Cambodia

July 19, 2021: Posted by One Surgery Admin One.Surgery is now just a few short weeks away from launching our beta release of the most innovative peer review scientific publishing model in a generation! Our unique model is powered by Bitcoin Cash, providing an ethical, community-centred, sustainable journal that will be truly globally accessible (read more about this here). The journal is packed with new, amazing features, including the concept of paying stipends (in Bitcoin Cash) to our peer reviewers for their critical work in analysing and critiquing essential research work (note: the current multi-billion dollar publishing industry does not routinely...

One.Surgery is proud to join the G4 alliance.

May 22, 2021: Posted by One Surgery Admin The G4 Alliance (theg4alliance.org) exists to increase global political priority for surgical and anaesthesia care. The G4 Alliance also works to mobilize resources to help provide access to safe surgical care for patients in need. The alliance is comprised of more than 70 organizations working in over 160 countries, united in advocating for the neglected surgical patient. One.Surgery is also committed to the shared vision of the alliance and will continue to work endlessly with member partners until there is safe, affordable and accessible surgery for every one on this planet. We...

Working with One.Surgery and innovating in Tunisia: An experience of receiving Bitcoin Cash payments

April 10, 2021: Posted by Mohamed Kahna I started as a global health enthusiast and global surgery advocate in 2019 when I was a final year medical student in Tunisia. I came across One Surgery and became passionate about their projects, aiming to provide world-class educational and research tools to those improving surgical standards across the world. So I began sharing my own voice in their magazine (1) about my experience with patients undergoing surgery in Tunisia under local anesthesia and how they faced anxiety in the operating room. We used music therapy to calm their nerves and it was so...

The Cancer Detention Camp

March 28, 2021: Posted by One Surgery Admin The following is the third and final extract in an exclusive three part series from the book, “My Kinwat Days”, written by Dr Arun Gadre, a gynecologist that has spent twenty years of his career serving the draught-prone rural population in Maharashtra, India. Dr Gadre is also an award winning author in the Marathi language with 14 published books. In 1986, early in his career, he ventured to Kinwat, a village in India to set up a surgical service for the poor along with his wife, Jyoti, a practicing anaesthetist. In 1987,...

The first ever Caesarian section at Kinwat

March 19, 2021: Posted by One Surgery Admin The following is the second in an exclusive three part series of extracts from the book, “My Kinwat Days”, written by Dr Arun Gadre, a gynecologist that has spent twenty years of his career serving the draught-prone rural population in Maharashtra, India. Dr Gadre is also an award winning author in the Marathi language, with 14 published books. In 1986, early in his career, he ventured to Kinwat, a village in India to set up a surgical service for the poor along with his wife, Jyoti, a practicing anaesthetist. In 1987, he...

My well-equipped hospital, the dying patient and the difference of four dollars

March 16, 2021: Posted by One Surgery Admin The following is the first in an exclusive three part series of extracts from the book, "My Kinwat Days", written by Dr Arun Gadre, a gynecologist that has spent twenty years of his career serving the draught-prone rural population in Maharashtra, India. Dr Gadre is also an award winning author in the Marathi language, with 14 published books. In 1986, early in his career, he ventured to Kinwat, a village in India to set up a surgical service for the poor along with his wife, Jyoti, a practicing anaesthetist. In 1987, he...
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