GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Dr. Meara's interests and innovation activities lie in the areas of craniofacial anomalies, cleft lip and cleft palate, but he has a particular interest in augmenting the delivery of quality surgical and anesthesia care in low-resource settings through long term capacity building. He is involved in multiple global surgery projects looking at the burden of surgical disease, the surgical capacity and health systems building in low-resource environments, surgical education and the economic impact of untreated surgical disease. He is also interested in value based health care and implementation science research, including time driven activity based cost research and outcomes research. Dr. Meara has led several ICHOM projects focusing on outcomes reporting and international benchmarking. Since 2008, he has directed the Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship program in collaboration with Partners In Health. Its purpose is to strengthen global surgical systems through a combination of research, advocacy, and implementation science as well as train leaders who will further promote surgical care, education, and research pertinent to global surgery.
John G. Meara, MD, DMD, MBA is the Kletjian Professor of Global Surgery, Director of the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change, and Professor of Surgery in the Department of Surgery at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Meara serves as the Plastic Surgeon-in-Chief of the Department of Plastic & Oral Surgery at Boston Children's Hospital. He was Co-Chair for the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery and was a commissioner on the Lancet Global Health Commission on High Quality Health Systems in the SDG Era and the Lancet Oncology Commission. In 2008 he created the Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship program. He is also interested in value-based health care and implementation science research, including time driven activity-based cost research and outcomes research. Dr. Meara has led several ICHOM projects focusing on outcomes reporting and international benchmarking.
Plastic and reconstructive surgery, March 1, 2003
Questions & Answers for Parents, January 1, 2003
Craniofacial Surgery Information for Patients and Families, January 1, 2003
Journal for healthcare quality : official publication of the National Association for Healthcare Quality, November 1, 2002
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The Journal of craniofacial surgery, March 1, 2002
Nursing economic$, January 1, 2002
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Annals of plastic surgery, June 1, 2001
The Journal of craniofacial surgery, January 1, 2001
Department of Plastic and Oral Surgery, Boston Children's Hospital
Department of Plastic and Oral Surgery, Boston Children's HospitalAssistant to Dr. Meara: Kathryn WallPhone: (617) 432-6113