The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery has collaborated with multiple institutions to create a wide range of teaching cases that focus on areas of import within global health, including surgical access, quality of care, education, and training. This is an ongoing project and additional cases will be added as they are created. Click on the title of each case to be directed to the individual case, or a brief abstract for those cases still being written. If you have an idea for a new case, please let us know! If you will be teaching a case and want a copy of the teaching note, please contact us. The first volume of global surgery teaching cases can be downloaded here.
The following cases are being prepared by James W. Quinn under the direction of Kate McKone-Sweet, and collaboration with Len Schlesinger as well as members of the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery.
Case 3: Treating Hydrocephalus in Uganda
Case 5: Surgical Systems Building in Haiti (in process)
Case 6: Formation of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons (in process)
Case 7: Surgical Referral Systems with BRAC in Bangladesh (in process)
*Funding for these cases was provided by the National Cancer Institute (cases 1-3), The Rockefeller Foundation (cases 4-7) and the Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery – Dubai (cases 1-3).
The following case is being prepared by Robert Kaplan, along with Bipin Mistry and Karla Bertrand of Harvard Business School. Click here for information on HBS’s initiative on improving health care delivery.
Case 1: Transformation in Somaliland: Edna Adan Maternity Hospital (in process)
*Funding for this case was provided by the National Cancer Institute.
The Commission has collaborated with Professor Devanath Tirupati of the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India and Associate Professor Kannan Sethuraman of Melbourne Business school to develop the following case.
*Funding for this case was provided by The Rockefeller Foundation.