Our Partners

InciSioN is happy to support and be supported by our partners, with whom we are joining forces to work towards the same goal: contributing to achieving timely access to safe, affordable surgical and anaesthesia care for everyone, everywhere, and developing the next generation of global surgeons, anaesthesiologists and obstetricians.

Founded in 2011 by four of the world’s leading medical professional organizations, Lifebox makes surgery and anaesthesia safer on a global scale.


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Sadanah Foundation aims to build sustainable access to health care and education in low resource settings.


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The G4 Alliance is dedicated to building political priority for surgical, obstetric, trauma, and anaesthesia care as part of the global development agenda. With its member organizations, the Alliance provides a collective voice in support of increased access to safe surgical care for all.


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The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) was founded in 1951 as an organization of medical students, for medical students and by medical students. For more than 60 years, the Federation has not only been a dynamic platform of opportunities for the future physicians but has also served as their voice at the international level.


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We are a multidisciplinary group of students and healthcare providers, industry representatives, and other passionate community members from around the world who have joined together in an international effort to support for those who are working at the frontlines during these uncertain times.


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CSurgeries is a physician owned and operated online surgical video journal dedicated to creating a centralized source of peer-reviewed medical videos that are accessible to a wide audience, including students and professionals in all surgical disciplines. This web-based forum is designed to provide brief, accurate, and top quality surgical video clips that are approved by international experts through the peer-review process.


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