GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Dr. Riviello is a member of the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change. He is contributing to the establishment of global surgery as a field of scholarship. He has published papers on academic needs and curricula related to surgical training in developing countries, training surgical residents for careers in academic global surgery, surgical conditions and approaches to care in low- and middle-income countries, and other important subjects, such as a study of the impact of the 2010 earthquake on pediatric surgical delivery in Haiti. Also among Dr. Riviello’s scholarly contributions is a chapter on “Surgery in the Tropics” in Hunter’s Tropical Medicine and Emerging Infectious Disease. Furthermore, he co-authored two chapters, one on infectious disease and one on burns, in Global Surgery and Anesthesia Manual: Providing Care in Resource-limited Settings (JG Meara, CD McClain, SO Rogers, DP Mooney, CRC Press, December 12, 2014).
Dr. Riviello is co-principal investigator of the clinical contribution of HMS-affiliated hospitals to the Rwanda Human Resources for Health Program (HRH), a novel capacity–building program involving physicians from several universities across the United States. He helped to launch Harvard Medical School’s participation in this program in 2012 and is involved in ongoing management including annual recruitment of HMS faculty and building the administrative infrastructure to support faculty development in Rwanda.
JAMA surgery, April 1, 2014
World journal of surgery, July 1, 2013
Surgery, June 20, 2013
American journal of surgery, January 31, 2013
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved, May 1, 2012
Narrative inquiry in bioethics, January 1, 2012
Journal of the American College of Surgeons, October 1, 2011
The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York, May 1, 2011
Health and human rights, June 15, 2010
World journal of surgery, March 1, 2010
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