Through the ReSurge Global Training Program, we integrate with established, local surgical training programs where they exist in order to supplement the training they offer in reconstructive surgical skills.
Through these partnerships with training programs in developing countries, ReSurge and our medical volunteers and seasoned humanitarian surgical partners evaluate and assess local surgeons using globally standardized surgical classification methods to determine their initial skill level.
We then utilize the customized curriculum components our academic faculty have developed and deploy educators to conduct the training needed to advance trainees' specific skills in reconstructive surgical care. Local surgical trainees are reassessed after each round of training, and their surgical classification is upgraded as appropriate.
ReSurge also invests in the next generation of humanitarian surgeons in the developing world by occasionally providing for their training.
Click here to see the current list of academic surgeons we have assembled to develop curriculum and conduct trainings.