Invitation to the GNS-I Study; a Global Evaluation of Traumatic Brain Injury in Low-, Middle-, and High- income Countries

Abstract

We invite worldwide neurosurgeons, trauma surgeons, emergency medicine physicians, anaesthesiologists, and trainees to join the GNS team. Any worldwide hospital the receives and manages TBI patients is eligible for participation in the study. Collaborators can register through the official GNS website available here:

https://www.globalneurosurg.org/

There are several ways in which collaborators can participate in the GNS team, these roles can be found on the GNS website here:

https://www.globalneurosurg.org/collaborator-roles/

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Published
2019-06-02
How to Cite
Negida, A., & Raslan, A. (2019). Invitation to the GNS-I Study; a Global Evaluation of Traumatic Brain Injury in Low-, Middle-, and High- income Countries. Advanced Journal of Emergency Medicine, 3(3), e21. https://doi.org/10.22114/ajem.v0i0.173
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Letter to the editor