Gifting knowledge to pediatric surgeons in low and middle-income countries
Taylor & Francis are proud to announce the collaboration of Dr Sherif Emil, of The Montreal Children’s Hospital and McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and Dr Marc Levitt, of the National Children’s Hospital and George Washington University, Washington D.C., United States, who have teamed up to gift copies of their pediatric surgery textbooks to surgeons in low and middle-income countries.
Genetic therapy to restore sight will be offered at the MUHC
Dr. Robert Koenekoop, professor of pediatric surgery, human genetics and ophthalmology at McGill University, points out that the announcement is the culmination of more than 20 years of intensive research.
Prioritizing specialized children’s surgery in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic
As hospitals restore elective surgical services following the initial COVID outbreak, the backlog of children waiting requires a prioritization and implementation framework for surgery that reflects the unique needs of children compared with adults and supports access for families who are already disadvantaged by social and economic inequality.
Book provides window into two decades of pediatric surgery
"The book is really about the practice of pediatric surgery, the art of good judgment and wise decision-making that we all know is very difficult to capture in any textbook or educational resource,” explains Dr. Sherif Emil.
First Canadian pediatric surgeon ever elected to the Pediatric Surgery Board of the American Board of Surgery
The Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH) of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and McGill University Faculty of Medicine are proud to announce that Dr. Pramod Puligandla has been elected to the Pediatric Surgery Board of the American Board of Surgery.