The Transformational Dialogues coalition has launched a Global Survey to identify the prevalence and types of neocolonialism impacting individuals involved in surgery and anesthesia in both low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and high-income countries (HICs)—and possible solutions to address this. The survey has been developed as an anonymous way for individuals— including non-clinicians—to be able to share their experiences.
Recognizing the power imbalances and structures prevalent within the global surgery community, the Transformational Dialogues group wanted to create a space for individuals to be able to share their experiences in an anonymous and safe space.
The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and can be saved and returned to at a later time. Please complete the survey or share it to your networks using the link below. https://bit.ly/3xWKUQR
Thank you to Dr. Justina O. Seyi-Olajide for leading this work
More about Transformational Dialogues:
Transformational Dialogues is a broad coalition of individuals and organizations from the global surgery community working to identify and address issues of neocolonialism and inequities in global surgery. Through dialogue, events, and research we are – together – working to find ways to decolonize global surgery. Find out more and join us at www.decolonizingglobalsurgery.org
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