2016-2017

 

St-Louis E, Seguin J, Roizblatt D, Deckelbaum DL, Baird R, Razek T. Systematic review and need assessment of pediatric trauma outcome benchmarking tools for low-resource settings. Pediatric surgery international 2017; 33(3): 299-309.

 

St-Louis E, Deckelbaum DL, Baird R, Razek T. Optimizing the assessment of pediatric injury severity in low-resource settings: Consensus generation through a modified Delphi analysis. Injury 2017.

 

Madani A, Vassiliou MC, Watanabe Y, et al. What Are the Principles That Guide Behaviors in the Operating Room? Creating a Framework to Define and Measure Performance. Annals of surgery 2017; 265(2): 255-67.

 

Sivakumaran L, Ayinde T, Hamadini F, et al. Support infrastructure available to Canadian residents completing post-graduate global health electives: current state and future directions. Canadian medical education journal 2016; 7(3): e41-e50.

 

Ntakiyiruta G, Wong EG, Rousseau MC, et al. Trauma care and referral patterns in Rwanda: implications for trauma system development. Canadian journal of surgery Journal canadien de chirurgie 2016; 59(1): 35-41.

 

 

2015

Dakermandji M, Boniface R, Gill HL, Razek T, Deckelbaum DL, Trauma: Implementing Trauma Registries in Tanzania, in ed. Kushner, AL, Operation Health: Surgical care in the developing work, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, USA, April 2015.

 

Wong EG, Deckelbaum DL, Professionalizing surgical care in conflict and disaster: The Haiti earthquake and beyond, in ed. Kushner, AL, Operation Crisis: Surgical care in the developing world during conflict and disaster, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, USA, in press.

 

Pauyo, T., Debas, H., Kyamanywa, P., Kushner, A., Jani, P., Lavy, C., . . . Deckelbaum, D. (2015). Systematic Review of Surgical Literature from Resource-Limited Countries: Developing Strategies for Success. World Journal of Surgery, 1-9. doi: 10.1007/s00268-015-3102-9

 

Wong, E. G., Deckelbaum, D. L., & Razek, T. Global access to surgical care: moving forward. The Lancet Global Health, 3(6), e298-e299. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(15)00004-2

 

Wong, E. G., Ntakiyiruta, G., Rousseau, M. C., Ruhungande, L., Kushner, A. L., Liberman, A. S., . . . Deckelbaum, D. L. Acute care surgery in Rwanda: Operative epidemiology and geographic variations in access to care. Surgery, 158(1), 37-43. doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2015.04.012

 

Wong, E. G., Razek, T., Elsharkawi, H., Wren, S. M., Kushner, A. L., Giannou, C., . . . Deckelbaum, D. L. (2015). Promoting quality of care in       disasterresponse: A survey of core surgical competencies. Surgery. doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2015.02.011

 

Wong EG, Razek T, Luhovy A, Mogilevkina I, Prudnikov Y, Klymovitskyy F, Yutovets Y, Khwaja KA, Deckelbaum DL. (2015). Preparing for Euro     2012: Developing a hazard risk assessment. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, Apr;30(2):187-92. doi: 10.1017/S1049023X15000096

 

2007-2014

Wong, E. G., Gupta, S., Deckelbaum, D. L., Razek, T., & Kushner, A. L. (2015). Prioritizing injury care: a review of trauma capacity in low and middle-income countries.Journal of Surgical Research, 193(1), 217-222. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2014.08.055

 

Deckelbaum, D. L., Gosselin-Tardif, A., Ntakiyiruta, G., Liberman, S., Vassiliou, M., Rwamasirabo, E., . . . Kyamanywa, P. (2014). An innovative paradigm for surgical education programs in resource-limited settings. Can J Surg, 57(5), 298-299.

 

Wong, E. G., Gupta, S., Deckelbaum, D. L., Razek, T., Kamara, T. B., Nwomeh, B. C., . . . Kushner, A. L. The International Assessment of Capacity for Trauma (INTACT): an index for trauma capacity in low-income countries. Journal of Surgical Research, 190(2), 522-527. doi: 10.1016/j.jss.2014.01.060

 

Gosselin-Tardif, A., Butler-Laporte, G., Vassiliou, M., Khwaja, K., Ntakiyiruta, G., Kyamanywa, P., . . . Deckelbaum, D. L. (2014). Enhancing medical students' education and careers in global surgery. Can J Surg, 57(4), 224-225.

 

Petroze, R., Byiringiro, J., Ntakiyiruta, G., Briggs, S., Deckelbaum, D., Razek, T., . . . Calland, J. F. (2014). Can Focused Trauma Education Initiatives Reduce Mortality or Improve Resource Utilization in a Low-Resource Setting? World Journal of Surgery, 1-8. doi: 10.1007/s00268-014-2899-y

 

Deckelbaum DL, Building efficient mechanisms for disaster preparedness and response.

 

Soreide, K., Alderson, D., Bergenfelz, A., Beynon, J., Connor, S., Deckelbaum, D. L., . . . Winter, D. C. (2013). Strategies to improve clinical research in surgery through international collaboration. Lancet, 382(9898), 1140-1151. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(13)61455-5

 

Deckelbaum DL, Ntakiyiruta G, Liberman AS, Razek T, Kyamanywa P. Augmenting surgical capacity in resource - limited settings. Lancet.2012;380(9843):713-4.

 

Deckelbaum DL, Gosselin-Tardiff A, Taylor R,  Howard A, Khwaja K, Kyamanywa P, Razek T. Global Health conferences: are they truly “global”? The Bethune Round Table paradigm for promoting global surgery. Can J Surgery. 2011;56:422-9.

 

Deckelbaum DL. The Haiti earthquake: a personal perspective. CMAJ 2010;23:241-242

 

Demyttenaere SV, Nansamba C, Nganwa A, Mutto M, Razek T. Injury in Kampala, Uganda: 6 years later. Can J Surg. 2009;52(5):E146-50.

 

Deckelbaum, D. L., Feinstein, A. J., Schulman, C. I., Augenstein, J. S., Murtha, M. F., Livingstone, A. S., & McKenney, M. G. (2009). Electronic medical records and mortality in trauma patients. J Trauma, 67(3), 634-636. doi: 10.1097/TA.0b013e3181a0fbce

 

Bergman S, Deckelbaum D, Lett R, Haas B, Demyttenaere S, Munthali V, Mbembati N, Museru L, Razek T. Assessing the impact of the trauma team training program in Tanzania. J Trauma. 2008;65:879-883.

 

MacLeod JBA, Kobusingye O, Frost C, Lett R. Kampala Trauma Score (KTS): Is it a new triage tool? East and Central African Journal of Surgery 2007;12:74-82.

 

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