Publications

 

  1. The international health elective: a stepping stone for tomorrow’s global surgeons and anaesthetists, El Ela Bourquin BA, Gnanakumar S, Bath MF, Bashford, T, Menon DK, Hutchinson PJ, Perspectives on Medical Education, July, 2018 1-4, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40037-018-0439-4

  2. An engineering approach to systems improvement, Bashford T, Stubbs D, Menon D, Clarkson J. Bulletin - The magazine for members of the Royal College of Anaesthetics, July 2018, 31-33. https://www.rcoa.ac.uk/system/files/Bulletin110.pdf
  3. Surgical management of traumatic brain injury, Pujari R, Hutchinson, PJ, Kolias AG. Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences 27th Jun 20018. https://www.minervamedica.it/en/journals/neurosurgical-sciences/article.php?cod=R38Y9999N00A18062702
  4. Neurosurgery in East Africa: Foundations, Mangat H, Scholler K, Budohoski K, Ngrageza J, Qureshi M, Santos M, Shabani H, Zubkov M, Hartl R, Steig P. World Neurosurgery 113, 411-424. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wneu.2018.01.086
  5. Neurosurgery in East Africa: Innovations, Budohoski K, Ngerageza J, Austard B, Fuller A, Galler R, Haglund M, Lett R, Lieberman I, Mangat H, March K, Olouch-Olunya D, Piquer J, Qureshi M, Santos M, Scholler K, Shabani H, Triverdi R, Young P, Zubkov M, Hartl R, Steig P. World Neurosurgery 113: 436-452. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wneu.2018.01.085
  6. Neurosurgery in East Africa: Challenges, Santos M. Qureshi, M., Budohoski K., Mangat, H, Ngerageza, J, Scholler K, Shabani H, Zubkov M, Hartl R. World Neurosurgery 113: 425-435. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wneu.2018.01.084
  7. Unpicking the Gordian knot: a systems approach to traumatic brain injury care in low and middle income countries, Bashford T. BMJ Global Health, Vol.3, Issue 2. https://gh.bmj.com/content/3/2/e000768
  8. Tropical medicine and anaesthesia; part 1, Bashford T, Howell V. British Journal of Anaesthesia, Vol.18, Issue 2, 35-40. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2058534917301932
  9. Tropical Medicine and Anaesthesia; part 2, Bashford T, Howell V. British Journal of Anaesthesia, Volume 18, Issue 3, Pages 75–81. https://bjaed.org/article/S2058-5349(17)30206-8/fulltext
  10. Complications of Decompressive Craniectomy, Gopalakrishnan MS, Shanbhag NC, Shukla DP, Subhas KK, Bhat DI, Indira Devi B. Frontiers in Neurology, 20 November 2018 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2018.00977/full
  11. The current status of decompressive craniectomy in traumatic brain injury, Kolias AG, Viaroli E, Rubiano AM, Adams H, Khan T, Gupta D, Adeleye A, Iaccarino C, Servadei F, Indira Devi B, Hutchinson P. Europe PMC 2018 Sep 1; 4(4): 326–332. https://europepmc.org/articles/PMC6244550
  12. Neurosurgical digital teaching in low-middle income countries: beyond the frontiers of traditional education. Nicolsi F, Rossini Z, Zaed I, Kolias AG, Fornari M, Servadei F. Neurosurgery Focus, 2018 Oct;45(4):E17, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30269582

Presentations

  1. GEO-TBI Global Epidemiology and Outcomes in Traumatic Brain Injury. Scoping results for establishing a global registry for traumatic brain injury, Clark D, Joannides, A, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  2. On-going and future research projects, Khan T, Khan MM, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  3. NIHR GHRGN-Ethiopia. First year summary and plans for the next two, Biluts H, Laeke T, Tirsit A, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  4. Neurosurgery in Zambia, Kachinga S, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  5. NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Tripathi M, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  6. Long distance management of head injured patients who do not require cranial procedures, Waran V, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  7. Expansile Craniotomy - an economical approach for cerebral decompression in Neurotrauma, Devi I, Shukla D, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  8. A Global Partnership for a Global Problem, Hutchinson PJA, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  9. Neurosurgery service plan for Myanmar, Thu M, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  10. GNOS Project, Site: Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute Tanzania, Shabani H, NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  11. A symptomatic vasospasm due to traumatic subarachnoid hemorrage: a case report, Fitra F, Apriawan T, Suroto NS, Al-fauzi A, Bajamal AH, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  12. Comparison of pupilometer and optic nerve sheath diameter as diagnostic tools for detection of traumatic intracranial compartment syndrome in facilities with limited resources, Khan AA, Gonzalez ND, Campo TN, Clavijo A, Mendoza DA, Barda R, Castillo JL, Echeverri RA, Kolias A, Hutchinson PJ, Adelson PD, Rubiano AM, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  13. A 2-year description of traumatic brain injury admissions in Tikkur Anbessa specialised hospital in Ethiopia, Biluts H, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  14. Outcome in patients undergoing surgery for spinal injury in an Ethiopian hospital: Experience from a Low-Income setup, Lehre MA, Eriksen LM, Tirsit A, Bekele S, Petros S, Park KB, Bøthun LM, Wester K. ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  15. Profile of Head Injries:Prehospital Care, Diagnosis and Severity in an Ethiopian Tertiary HospitalLaeke T, Tirsit A, Debebe F, Girma B, Gere D, Park KB, Azazh A, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  16. Surgical outcome of secondary decompressive craniectomy without intracranial pressure monitoring: a perspective from Pakistan, Khan MM, Khan MT, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  17. Optimization of local resources to manage Neurotrauma in Bangalore, Tripathi M, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  18. Profile of head injuries: prehospital care, diagnostics and severity in an Ethiopian tertiary hospital, Laeke T, Akilu AT, Debebe F, Gere D, Park KB, Azazh A, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  19. An international survey to inform the development of a global registry for traumatic brain injury - preliminary findings,  Gnanakumar S, Clark D, Kolias A, Bashford T, Budohoski K, Trivedi R, Menon D, Hutchinson PJ, Joannides A, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 22nd Jun. 2018.
  20. Outcome predictors of civilian gunshot wounds to the head: a retrospective five-year study from Pakistan, Khan AA, Khan FF, Khan MT, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  21. 3D printed biomodels for training in the surgical management of Neurotrauma, Waran V, Narayanan V, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  22. Ipsilateral increased optic nerve sheath diameter as an early diagnostic tool for intracranial compartment syndrome in traumatic brain injury patients, Khan AA, Gonzalez ND, Campo TN, Clavijo A, Mendoza DA, Borda R, Castillo JL, Echeverri RA, Kolias A, Hutchinson PJ, Adelson PD, Rubiano AM, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  23. Neurotrauma public engagement and education using social media, art, and film: the Brainbook experience, Rana H, Kearns, C, Rogers P, Kershberg A, Chari A, Fowler-doke T, Elyas A, Alamri A, Kolias A, Hutchinson PJ, Uff C, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  24. The management of outcomes of chronic subdural hematoma in UK, Kolias A,  ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  25. Clinical outcome predictors in moderate-severe traumatic brain injury: analysis of a mono centric cohort of 193 patients, Apriawan T, Fitra F, Bajamal AH, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  26. Short-term outcome of operated traumatic brain injury patients with intracranial haemorrhage in Tikkur Anbessa specialised Hospital, Biluts H, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  27. Clinical decision for severe traumatic brain injury surgical management austere environments: an ethical dilemma?, Rubiano A, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  28. Do we really use ICP only to decide on decompressive craniotomy? A criticism of our RTC-approach, Figaji A, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  29. Correlation between level of IL-6 and Glasgow outcome scale extended 3 months in severe traumatic brain injury patients in RSUD, Gozi FF, Bajamal, AH, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  30. Stratified protocols for severe traumatic brain injury management in low and middle income countries: how to become practical in the real world, Rubiano A, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 21st Jun. 2018.
  31. Minicraniectomy under local anaesthesia and monitoring sedation for the operative treatment of acute extradural hematoma, Adeleye AO, Idowu, OK, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  32. Actual role of decompressive craniotomy in Neurotrauma, Hutchinson PJ, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  33. Clinical trials in neurotrauma, Hutchinson PJ, ICRAN18 Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  34. Doing good, or doing good research? The role of academic anaesthesia in Global Health, Bashford T, Winter Scientific Meeting London, 10th Jan. 2018.
  35. Building academic collaboration from Global Health partnerships, Bashford T, Cambridge, Global Challenges Initiative Round Table, 8th Dec. 2017.
  36. Global Neurotrauma Research by the NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma, Venturini S, Clark D, Rabat, Morocco, 11th Nov. 2017.
  37. Establishing a global registry for traumatic brain injury, Joannides A, Clark D, Brussels, Belgium, 7th Nov. 2017.
  38. Decision and Outcome of Traumatic Brain Injury from September 2016 – August 2017, Kuntawi Aji Y, Apriawan T, Bajamal AH, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  39. Intensive care in Myanmar, Burnstein R, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  40. Neurotrauma in Delhi, India, Gupta D, Mahapatra AK, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  41. NIHR GHRGN Proposed Group Structure, Kolias A, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  42. NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma, Hutchinson PJ, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  43. Quality Indicators to Measure Neurotrauma Care in LMICs, Patel D, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  44. Ten years of Cambridge global health partnerships, Brealey E, NIHR GHRGN Launch Meeting, Cambridge, 27th Sept. 2017.
  45. Proposal for an international study of emergency surgery for traumatic brain injury Global Neurosurgical Outcomes Study (GNOS) Collaborative, Clark D, Liverpool, UK, 22nd Sept. 2017.

Posters

  1. Mapping the Provision of Intensive Care in Myanmar, Bashford T, Patel D ,Macdonald K, Linn NN, San KK, Hlaing T, Naing MM, Soe ZW, Burnstein R, Intensive Care Society ‘State of the Art’ conference Liverpool, UK, December 2017.
  2. Developing a systems approach to trauma intensive care in Myanmar, Bashford T, Neely J, Brealey E, Macdonald K, Monkhouse A, Patel D, O’Leary R, Burnstein R, THET Annual Conference, October 2017

Training Programmes

1. Proposal for Neurosurgery training programme (MMED Neurosurgery) under the Department of Surgery (MMED Surgery) School of Medicine, University of Zambia. Developed in partnership with: Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK. NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma, University of Cambridge

http://neurotrauma.world/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/PROPOSAL-FOR-NEUROSURGERY-TRAINING-PROGRAMME_v2.pdf

Social media

1. International TBI stories

By recording the personal stories of survivors of traumatic brain injury we aim to draw attention to the increasing burden of brain injury to health services around the world. By hearing directly from those affected we will highlight common causes of injury, identify treatment pathways and showcase common consequences of injury. Together with James Piercy we aim to produce a series of short videos from all of the collaborating countries. It has been found that the use of case studies can act as a powerful reminder to clinicians of the value of their work and can be a useful tool in raising awareness of the impact of TBI amongst the general public.

UK

 

Colombia 

2. Brainbook

Brainbookis an alternative neurosurgical encyclopaedia which focuses on the patient first and provides neurosurgical education to a global community. It is the first and only neurosurgical resource dedicated to public engagement and science communication. Through creating colourful and vibrant illustrations, GoPro videos, photographs, and brain scans Brainbook are establishing a unique and valuable resource for all: patients and the public, medical students and neurosurgeons.

Follow the links below to see the videos that Brainbook and NIHR GHRGN have jointly produced:

On acute subdural haematoma:

 

On the Rescue ASDH trial:

 

 

3. The RESCUEicp and Rescue-ASDH trials

Presentation delivered by Angelos Kolias  as part of First Virtual Congress on Neuro Trauma and Neurotrauma Critical Care. Supported by WFNS Young Neurosurgeons Committee.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkIjnGq061g

Conferences

  1. European Association of Neurosurgical Societies - EANS18, Brussels, 21st-25th Oct. 2018. Symposium on Chronic subdural haematoma: research horizons. https://mailchi.mp/eans/eans2018-16-sundayevents
  2. International Conference on Recent Advances on Neurotraumatology - ICRAN18, Naples, Italy, 20-22nd Jun. 2018. https://www.icran2018.it
  3. NIHR GHRGN Satellite Meeting, Naples, Italy, 20th Jun. 2018.
  4. Consensus Conference on Cranioplasty for TBI patients, Naples, Italy, 21st-22nd Jun. 2018. https://www.icran2018.it/event/consensus-conference-post-traumatic-cranioplasty/
  5. East of England Global Health Conference: Connecting Academia and Clinical Practice, Cambridge, UK, 14th March 2018. https://www.act4addenbrookes.org.uk/Portals/0/Uploads/AddAbroad/1.Prof%20Peter%20Hutchinson.pdf https://www.act4addenbrookes.org.uk/Portals/0/Uploads/Addenbrooke%27s%20250/East%20of%20England%20Global%20Health%20Conference%20report.pdf
  6. Decompressive Craniectomy Consensus Meeting, Cambridge, UK, 28-29th Sept. 2017. https://www.wfns.org/newsletter/34
  7. NIHR Global Health Research Group on Neurotrauma Launch Meeting, Cambridge, UK, 27th Sept. 2017. http://neurotrauma.world/blog/nihr-ghrgn-launch-meeting-27th-sept-2017