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Head and Neck Oncology Surgery Fellowship at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital: A Major Forward Leap

Head and Neck Oncology Surgery Fellowship at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital: A Major Forward Leap

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Title: Head and Neck Oncology Surgery Fellowship at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital: A Major Forward Leap
Author: Eltohami, Yousif Idris
Abstract: International clinical training fellowships and visiting scholarships widen and support the science and knowledge in the medical feld by exposure to an uncommon diseases and unusual etiological factors [1]. Notably, the fellows acknowledged the maximum benefts of global training on their polite and enthusiastic manner with the upspring technical and clinical skills and especially on the melioration of and appreciated credence on different sorts of patient’s examinations [2]. Consequently, demonstration of global medical training rules, accompanied with monitoring and selective criteria unique to each subspecialty will be highly recommended. For the participant this experience will shed more light in upswing of his clinical and research skills and create a good chances and foundations for a better healthy community, which really what the world need it these circumstances [1]. The head and neck cancers establish a crucial, challenging global community health solicitude. Worldwide, collectively these anatomically-approaching cancers are the sixth most common type of cancer [3]. Indeed, the management of head and neck cancers is multidisciplinary and has multimodality approaches which entails the oncology surgeons to have acquainting about the best convenient suitable indication for each modality [4]. Notably, there is a controversy in expectation of the real demand for expert and skillful surgeons in this feld, it is obviously that the recent trends of the fellowships provide a magnifcent exposure to head and neck surgeons to shed more light in this crucial sort of practice [4,5]. Currently, the new formatting and concept of the qualifed surgical training has advocated enhancement of the clinical practice through encouragement of the post-specialty fellowship, with the plenary target of melioration of the clinical outcome and quality of life of cancer’s patients
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/27670


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