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Global surgical enlightenment – knowledge exchange is not one-way.

Global surgical enlightenment – knowledge exchange is not one-way.

Across the world, surgical practises and standards vary remarkably. In some regions and for some people, cost is no object and the latest technolog...
Safer surgery – technical skills are just one part of the puzzle

Safer surgery – technical skills are just one part of the puzzle

In March of 1977, one of the world’s deadliest aviation accidents occurred when two 747 jumbo jets collided on the runway in Tenerife. Whilst a num...
SurgTrac users are growing fast – it’s time join them!

SurgTrac users are growing fast – it’s time join them!

    eoSurgical pioneered accessible instrument tracking technology and we’re learning more and more about what this data means. As one performs a t...
Why we need more casual feminism in surgery

Why we need more casual feminism in surgery

Great surgeons come from all different backgrounds and genders. With still so few women surgeons, the profession is missing out on talent, narrowi...
SurgTrac is now fully mobile – on iOS and Android

SurgTrac is now fully mobile – on iOS and Android

For surgeons, especially those in training, feedback on performance is crucial. The right kind of feedback at the right moment accelerates learnin...
From a shoebox to the only evidence based, accessible simulator that tracks performance and training – a look back at the eoSurgical story so far

From a shoebox to the only evidence based, accessible simulator that tracks performance and training – a look back at the eoSurgical story so far

With eoSurgical now improving training in over 60 countries across the world, we felt it was a good time to look back and consider the journey so f...
Welcome to new surgical trainees

Welcome to new surgical trainees

Welcome to new surgical trainees The UK core and specialist surgical training rotations have just kicked off, with several other worldwide training...
Advancing technology – Do futuristic techniques and technologies make it harder for patients to understand their treatment?

Advancing technology – Do futuristic techniques and technologies make it harder for patients to understand their treatment?

by Matt Watson  2nd Year Medical Student, St. Andrews   Medicine, and surgery in particular, is in the midst of a technological revolution. Day ...
“So, what kind of doctor do you want to be?”

“So, what kind of doctor do you want to be?”

An Insight by Matthew Watson University of St. Andrews 2nd Year Medic Above lies one of the great clichéd questions, encountered by prospective...

eoSurgical's Women in Surgery Series: A Few Minutes With Nisha Mallya

  As part of our Women in Surgery Series we spent a few minutes with an aspiring Trauma Surgeon Nisha Mallya. Born in Yorkshire, Nisha went on t...

Welcome CEPCEA

We’d just like to say a massive welcome to all of those at El Centro de Estudios Para la Prevención y Corrección de Enfermedades Abdominales (CEPCE...

eoSims at Surgical Boot Camp.

The Scottish Surgical Bootcamp is an innovative, simulation-rich induction course for new-start surgical trainees. Hosted at the Inverness Clinical...