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The Canadian Network for International Surgery is committed to empowering low-income countries to create an environment where the risk from injuries is minimal and that all people receive adequate healthcare. CNIS believes in sharing knowledge, expertise and experience to promote lasting and sustainable improvements in health and safety in the developing world.
The 2019 Bethune Roundtable Conference on Global Surgery is slated for June 6-9, 2019 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
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CNIS is proud to announce the release of the Kampala Trauma Score application for Android devices.
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