Noel Aaron Peter

Summary

Affiliation: University of Oxford
Country: UK

Publications

  1. Nogaro M, Pandit H, Peter N, Le G, Oloruntoba D, Muguti G, et al. How useful are Primary Trauma Care courses in sub-Saharan Africa?. Injury. 2015;46:1293-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Further follow-up is needed to establish the long-term impact of PTC courses in this region. ..
  2. Peter N, Pandit H, Le G, Nduhiu M, Moro E, Lavy C. A multicountry health partnership programme to establish sustainable trauma training in east, central, and southern African countries using a cascading trauma management course model. Lancet. 2015;385 Suppl 2:S43 pubmed publisher
    ..Health Partnership Scheme through the UK Department for International Development (DFID). ..
  3. Peter N, Pandit H, Le G, Muguti G, Lavy C. Delivering trauma training to multiple health-worker cadres in nine sub-Saharan African countries: lessons learnt from the COOL programme. Lancet. 2015;385 Suppl 2:S45 pubmed publisher
    ..Future training in this region should address areas of weakness unique to each cadre, particularly paediatric trauma care. Health Partnership Scheme through the UK Department for International Development (DFID). ..
  4. Peter N, Pandit H, Le G, Nduhiu M, Moro E, Lavy C. Delivering a sustainable trauma management training programme tailored for low-resource settings in East, Central and Southern African countries using a cascading course model. Injury. 2016;47:1128-34 pubmed publisher
  5. Chokotho L, Jacobsen K, Burgess D, Labib M, Le G, Peter N, et al. A review of existing trauma and musculoskeletal impairment (TMSI) care capacity in East, Central, and Southern Africa. Injury. 2016;47:1990-5 pubmed publisher
    ..In light of the growing burden of trauma and musculoskeletal impairment within this region, concerted efforts should be made to improve hospital capacity with equipment, trained personnel, and specialist clinical services. ..
  6. Ologunde R, Le G, Turner J, Pandit H, Peter N, Maurer D, et al. Do trauma courses change practice? A qualitative review of 20 courses in East, Central and Southern Africa. Injury. 2017;48:2010-2016 pubmed publisher