The One Surgery Index – Audiogram series!
One.Surgery has now created our global surgery audiogram series! This is a collection of audiograms, created by the authors of global surgery research, explaining their work in audio format, and created by One.Surgery to help disseminate the work.
It is 100% free to create audiograms and to also access with no hidden costs. Any author, from any part of the world, is welcome to contribute and create an audiogram by following our simple guidelines below! We value all research voices equally – we are one collective project united across the world. Simply complete the form below, follow the guidelines, we will do the rest!
This audiogram series is free to download and share, in the hope of enlightening and inspiring global surgical research collaboration.
Audiogram Introduction 00
Audiogram 01: Open abstract
Audiogram 02: Open abstract
Audiogram 03: Open abstract
Audiogram 04: Open abstract
Audiogram 05: Open abstract
Audiogram 06: Open abstract
Audiogram 07: Open abstract
Audiogram 08: Open abstract
Audiogram 09: Open abstract
Audiogram 10: Open abstract
Global surgery audiogram submission guidelines
1. Audiograms will only be created for articles already indexed in the One.Surgery Research Index (if you feel an article should be indexed, you can submit article details here for review)
2. The audiogram audio must be the voice of one of the named authors on the research. The audio can be recorded in any language.
3. The corresponding author’s email will be used to verify the authenticity of the submission.
4.The audio can be a maximum of 3 minutes of length. Any submissions greater than this will be rejected.
5. We recommend the author discusses the relevance of the research in simple conversational terms: The purpose of the research, and the impact of the findings. However, an abstract reading may also work.
6. Please ensure the audio recording is as clear as possible. Submissions with poor quality audio may be asked to resubmit.
7. One.Surgery has the right to reject submissions if they do not meet community guidelines or contain inappropriate / offensive language.
8. The final audiogram will be released with under a CC0 non-commercial licence and will be free to share / distribute to the global surgery community as an open access file.
9. Further questions can be submitted to: admin (at) one (dot) surgery