Research and publications
Research interests of the group include: anaesthesia workforce training, task sharing and task shifting; teaching post-operative care in the low-resource setting; humanitarian surgical epidemiology; the use of mobile technology for training in hard-to-reach places.
Some recent publications from members of the group are listed below:
- The Oxford Specialist Handbook of Global Anaesthesia (OUP, 2020) ed. Craven, Edgcombe, Gupta
- Kudsk-Iversen S, Krouch S, Chu K. The contribution of surgical Non-Governmental Organizations to Global Surgical Care: An Estimate of Annual Caseload. 2020;155(7):664-665
- Tuti T, Winters N, Edgcombe H, et al Evaluation of Adaptive Feedback in a Smartphone-Based Game on Health Care Providers’ Learning Gain: Randomized Controlled Trial J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e17100
- Kudsk-Iversen S, Trelles M, Ngowa Bakebaanitsa E, et al Anaesthesia care providers employed in humanitarian settings by Médecins Sans Frontières: a retrospective observational study of 173 084 surgical cases over 10 years BMJ Open 2020;10:e034891. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034891
- Edgcombe H, Baxter LS, Kudsk-Iversen S, et al Training non-physician anaesthetists in sub-Saharan Africa: a qualitative investigation of providers’ perspectives BMJ Open 2019;9:e026218. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026218
- Law T, Bulamba F, Ochieng JP et al Anesthesia Provider Training and Practice Models: A Survey of Africa Anesthesia & Analgesia: September 2019 - Volume 129 - Issue 3 - p 839-846 doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000004302 Global Health: Original Clinical Research Report
- Sheik-Ali S, Edgcombe H, & Paton C (2019). Next-generation Virtual and Augmented Reality in surgical education: a narrative review. Surgical Technology International, 33.
- Patel R, Khundkar R; Peter N et al Improving global surgery education for trainees International Journal of Surgery: Global Health: October 2019 - Volume 2 - Issue 3 - p e07
- Edgcombe H, Paton C, English M Enhancing emergency care in low-income countries using mobile technology-based training tools Archives of Disease in Childhood 2016;101:1149-1152