A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Adam J Wolfberg. N Engl J Med 2006
Times Cited: 67







List of co-cited articles
224 articles co-cited >1



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Humanitarian missions in the third world: a polite dissent.
Christian C Dupuis. Plast Reconstr Surg 2004
93
25

Health impact assessment and short-term medical missions: a methods study to evaluate quality of care.
Jesse Maki, Munirih Qualls, Benjamin White, Sharon Kleefield, Robert Crone. BMC Health Serv Res 2008
154
25

A model for sustainable short-term international medical trips.
Parminder Suchdev, Kym Ahrens, Eleanor Click, Lori Macklin, Doris Evangelista, Elinor Graham. Ambul Pediatr 2007
113
23

Perceptions of short-term medical volunteer work: a qualitative study in Guatemala.
Tyler Green, Heidi Green, Jean Scandlyn, Andrew Kestler. Global Health 2009
78
22

Brain Gains: a literature review of medical missions to low and middle-income countries.
Alexandra L C Martiniuk, Mitra Manouchehrian, Joel A Negin, Anthony B Zwi. BMC Health Serv Res 2012
106
19

Educational effects of international health electives on U.S. and Canadian medical students and residents: a literature review.
Matthew J Thompson, Mark K Huntington, D Dan Hunt, Linda E Pinsky, Jonathon J Brodie. Acad Med 2003
254
14

Surgery and global health: a view from beyond the OR.
Paul E Farmer, Jim Y Kim. World J Surg 2008
406
14

Seven sins of humanitarian medicine.
David R Welling, James M Ryan, David G Burris, Norman M Rich. World J Surg 2010
85
14

Scrutinizing global short-term medical outreach.
Matthew DeCamp. Hastings Cent Rep 2007
62
14





Volunteerism and humanitarian efforts in surgery.
A Thomas Pezzella. Curr Probl Surg 2006
34
23



Guidelines for surgeons on establishing projects in low-income countries.
Caris E Grimes, Jane Maraka, Andrew N Kingsnorth, Rudolph Darko, Christopher A Samkange, Robert H S Lane. World J Surg 2013
33
24


Assessing pediatric anesthesia practices for volunteer medical services abroad.
Q A Fisher, D Nichols, F C Stewart, G A Finley, W P Magee, K Nelson. Anesthesiology 2001
39
17

Medical tourism can do harm.
Rachel Bishop, James A Litch. BMJ 2000
30
23

The global impact of surgical volunteerism.
Kathleen M Casey. Surg Clin North Am 2007
42
16

Ethics and best practice guidelines for training experiences in global health.
John A Crump, Jeremy Sugarman. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2010
271
10

Humanitarian ventures or 'fistula tourism?': the ethical perils of pelvic surgery in the developing world.
L Lewis Wall, Steven D Arrowsmith, Anyetei T Lassey, Kwabena Danso. Int Urogynecol J Pelvic Floor Dysfunct 2006
54
11


International Task Force on Volunteer Cleft Missions.
Vincent K L Yeow, Seng-Teik T Lee, Thomas J Lambrecht, John Barnett, Mark Gorney, Widanto Hardjowasito, Gottfried Lemperle, Harold McComb, Nagato Natsume, Mirek Stranc,[...]. J Craniofac Surg 2002
43
13

Ethical issues of medical missions: the clinicians' view.
Barbara B Ott, Robert M Olson. HEC Forum 2011
24
25

An estimation of the global volume of surgery: a modelling strategy based on available data.
Thomas G Weiser, Scott E Regenbogen, Katherine D Thompson, Alex B Haynes, Stuart R Lipsitz, William R Berry, Atul A Gawande. Lancet 2008
8


Volunteer orthopedic surgical trips in Nicaragua: a cost-effectiveness evaluation.
Andrew T Chen, Andrew Pedtke, Jeffrey K Kobs, George S Edwards, R Richard Coughlin, Richard A Gosselin. World J Surg 2012
36
16


Global Surgery 2030: evidence and solutions for achieving health, welfare, and economic development.
John G Meara, Andrew J M Leather, Lars Hagander, Blake C Alkire, Nivaldo Alonso, Emmanuel A Ameh, Stephen W Bickler, Lesong Conteh, Anna J Dare, Justine Davies,[...]. Lancet 2015
8


Smaller teams for humanitarian missions in the Third World.
Christian C Dupuis. Plast Reconstr Surg 2006
10
50

Beyond medical tourism: authentic engagement in global health.
Frank W J Anderson, Tanyaporn Wansom. Virtual Mentor 2009
12
41

Cleft lip and palate as a cost-effective health care treatment in the developing world.
William P Magee, Richard Vander Burg, Kristin Ward Hatcher. World J Surg 2010
66
7


Surgical missions to developing countries: Ethical conflicts.
Glenn Isaacson, Elizabeth T Drum, Michael S Cohen. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2010
32
15

The contribution of international health volunteers to the health workforce in sub-Saharan Africa.
Geert Laleman, Guy Kegels, Bruno Marchal, Dirk Van der Roost, Isa Bogaert, Wim Van Damme. Hum Resour Health 2007
28
17

Perceptions of a short-term medical programme in the Dominican Republic: voices of care recipients.
Matthew DeCamp, Samuel Enumah, Daniel O'Neill, Jeremy Sugarman. Glob Public Health 2014
19
26


Private volunteer medical organizations: how effective are they?
Eddie L Hoover, Gwendolyn Cole-Hoover, Paula K Berry, Evan T Hoover, Betsy Harris, Deman Rageh, W Lynn Weaver. J Natl Med Assoc 2005
7
57

The University of California at San Francisco international orthopaedic elective.
Andrew Haskell, David Rovinsky, Holly K Brown, R Richard Coughlin. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2002
26
15

Cost-effectiveness of a district trauma hospital in Battambang, Cambodia.
Richard A Gosselin, Merja Heitto. World J Surg 2008
83
5

The role of humanitarian missions in modern surgical training.
Alex Campbell, Randy Sherman, William P Magee. Plast Reconstr Surg 2010
58
6



Medical humanitarian missions.
Sean W Mulvaney, John McBeth. Am Fam Physician 2009
7
57

Career influence of an international health experience during medical school.
Alan H Ramsey, Cynthia Haq, Craig L Gjerde, Debra Rothenberg. Fam Med 2004
131
5

International experience, electives, and volunteerism in surgical training: a survey of resident interest.
Anathea C Powell, Claudia Mueller, Peter Kingham, Russell Berman, H Leon Pachter, Mary Ann Hopkins. J Am Coll Surg 2007
109
5

Understanding the effects of short-term international service-learning trips on medical students.
Nauzley C Abedini, Larry D Gruppen, Joseph C Kolars, Arno K Kumagai. Acad Med 2012
50
8


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