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Voices of One Surgery – Voice of the year (2020)

Voting ends: December 18, 2021, 11.59pm (UTC)
Award description:

Over the last three years, the Voices of One Surgery publication has been fortunate to have contributions from authors all over the world. This award aims to recognise the amazing global landscape of community voices we publish each year, and we will now award a prize annually for article of the year. After successfully completing our first two Voics of One Surgery awards, we now focus on 2020 and shortlist 6 authors from all over the world, who published with us that year for the award. To remind yourself of the article, simply click on the article cover to load the issue of Voices of One Surgery that contains the article, and then vote below.

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Shortlised voices (click on image to load article):

  • Why Black Lives Matter in Global Surgery - Nelson Udeme-Abasi
  • The Invisible Handcuffs - Muna Rommaneh
  • We are Brazil - Maria Costa Ferreira Righi Rodrigues
  • Is there a human right to surgery? - Birgit Van Hout
  • Neurosurgery in Papa New Guinea - Professor Rosenfeld & Ben Price
  • A World Affected by Covid-19 - Ximena Vasquez & Vincent Van Belleghem

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