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UCT Surgical Society Publications

The following are publications that have been produced in partnership with the UCT Surgical Society:

  1. Sobnach S, Nicol AJ, Nathire H, Kahn D, Navsaria P. Management of the retained knife blade. World J Surg. 2010Jul.;34(7):1648–52.
  2. Sobnach S, Borkum M, Hoffman R, Muller E, McCurdie F, Millar AJW, et al. Medical Students’ Knowledge About Organ Transplantation: A South African Perspective. Transplantation Proceedings. Elsevier; 2010Nov.1;42(9):3368–71.
  3. Kouvarellis AJ, Rohlwink UK, Sood V, Breda D, Gowen MJ, Figaji AA. The relationship between basal cisterns on CT and time-linked intracranial pressure in paediatric head injury. Childs Nerv Syst. 2011May3;27(7):1139–44.
  4. Favara DM, Kahn D. A student surgical society – the Cape Town experience. S Afr J Surg. 2011Aug.;49(3):132–4.
  5. Vogel J, Nel D, Chapman L, Burch VC. ‘The Game’: student “teaching” objective structured clinical examinations in South Africa. Med Educ. 2012May;46(5):507–8.
  6. Leusink A, Hoffman R. The UCT Surgical Society – a society on the cutting edge. S. Afr. Med. J. 2012Jun.;102(6):436–7.
  7. Favara DM, Kahn D. An Elixir for the Troubled Future of General Surgery in South Africa. World J Surg. 2012;36:475–476.
  8. Rich N. Inaugural International Association of Student Surgical Societies Symposium. S Afr Med J 2015;105(3):164.
  9. Chandauka T, Leusink A, Hsiao M, Kahn D, Azzie G. The International Association of Student Surgical Societies: creation and dissemination. Can J Surg 2016;59(6):429-31.
  10. Chandauka T, Leusink A, Hsiao M, Kahn D, Azzie G. The International Association of Student Surgical Societies: creation and dissemination. Can J Surg 2016;59(6):429-31. 

This list is ever expanding and is an indication of the role the society plays in fostering an interest in research among our students.