Blogs

Teaching our REDCap basic anatomy, cancer classifications, and some common sense

With over 11,000 patients now entered into REDCap and more being entered every day we thought it would be a good time to reflect on some of the ways in which GlobalSurg 3 has been set up to help collaborators from around the world enter accurate and high-quality data. With so many important things to know about each patient undergoing cancer surgery, the GlobalSurg team of nearly 3000 collaborators has been busy entering data into our secure database at redcap.

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GlobalSurg 3 in Numbers - August update

Over 1000 patient records completed and 352 new collaborators have joined this month alone! For all other updates and official Newsletters see http://globalsurg.org/blog/ A live-updating dashboard can always be accessed at our GS3 in numbers tab: http://data.globalsurg.org/numbers/ In August, 67 new hospitals have registered and we have welcomed 3 new countries to GlobalSurg 3 – welcome to our new collaborators in Madagascar, Namibia and Algeria. Full numbers update below

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GlobalSurg 3 in Numbers - July update

For all other updates and official Newsletters see http://globalsurg.org/blog/ A live-updating dashboard can always be accessed at our GS3 in numbers tab: http://data.globalsurg.org/numbers/ We’re delighted to see India making into it into the top 5 countries with the most registrations - thank you & welcome to all GlobalSurg Collaborators in India. This month GlobalSurg 3 has passed several important thresholds - over 1000 patient records completed and we now have more patients than collaborators in the study.

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Welcome to the Data Centre

##The GlobalSurg Data Centre: Democratising GlobalSurg Data Today we are pleased to announce the launch of the new GlobalSurg Data Centre. Our mission is to allow all our collaborators better access to the GlobalSurg datasets collected during our international cohort studies. The GlobalSurg Data Centre is the new home for the collection, analysis, visulation and reporting of data in our Global Surgery projects. We are aiming to extend our collaboration around the world, sharing data to establish best practice, and ultimately, improving outcomes for surgical patients worldwide

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