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The Annals of African Surgery (AAS) the premier surgical read in the continent has been accepted into the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). COPE is the international organization responsible for ...
Dr. Prem Yohannan studied at the Armed Forces Medical College, University of Pune, India, from where he completed his MBBS degree in 1996. After a couple of years working as ...
The Annals of African Surgery (AAS) would like to recruit an intern who will assist the editors in the running of the regions’ leading surgical academic journal. The intern will ...
The Annals of African Surgery (AAS) the premier surgical read in the continent has been accepted into the Directorate of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The DOAJ is one of the ...
The AAS held its first Reviewers Training on 11th August 2018 at the Upper Hill Medical Centre, Nairobi. The aim of the training was to equip reviewers with the necessary ...
The Editor in Chief Dr. James Kigera had the opportunity to visit the home of the Annals of Internal Medicine at the American College of Physicians in Philadelphia. The Annals ...
The meeting which was held in Addis Ababa from 26th to 28th June began with the delegation observing a moment of silence in memory of the late Annals of African ...
Dr. James Kigera, Editor-in-Chief AAS, was inducted as the new Honorary Chairman of the Kenya Orthopedic Association (KOA) at a colorful ceremony held at the Pride Inn Paradise Resort, Shanzu ...
Dr James Kigera the Annals of African Surgery EIC made a presentation on the challenges of sustaining a journal at the 2018 Kenya Ear Nose and Throat Society conference at ...