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Entering your data into the SurgicalPerformance app doesn’t just help you to know better, it contributes to the betterment of medicine as a whole, via key learnings from the de-identified surgeon cohort data being shared back with the wider surgical community.


Team familiarity reduces complication rates

SurgicalPerformance has shown that surgical teams (surgeon, anaesthetist, nurse) that are familiar with each other produce significantly better patient outcomes. For various major surgical procedures, the rate of postoperative adverse events was 8.2% when the surgeon scored the familiarity of the team as high; and 16.2% when the surgeon scored team familiarity low. The relationship of team familiarity and complication rates was pronounced for complex surgical procedures. SurgicalPerformance allows every user to document the team familiarity for surgical procedures, receive reports and reflect on the data.

Image courtesy of Dr Danny Tucker
Image courtesy of Dr Danny Tucker

Hysterectomy Risk

Based on cohort data from SurgicalPerformance, we identified factors that are consistent with an increased risk of surgical complications associated with hysterectomy. With this information, we developed an algorithm that integrated into a calculator to estimate the risk of surgical complications as a result of hysterectomy in individual patients.


Rewatch our live Fireside Chat

Our Fireside Chats provide the opportunity to connect with and learn from a range of surgical leaders and industry experts. In these sessions, we create a relaxed atmosphere to discuss important topics that matter most to surgeons.

Team Unfamiliarity

Exploring the all-too-familiar stress of 'Team Unfamiliarity'

Dr Robyn Leake, Dr Vijay Roach
26th October 2022

We sit down to explore the correlation between team familiarity and better outcomes, with data to prove it!

Team Unfamiliarity
Dr Michael Wynn-William case walkthrough

‘An Unusual Case’, a complex surgical case study and video walkthrough

Dr Michael Wynn-William
7th December 2022

Presenting a case so unusual, it’s the kind you will see once in your lifetime, or never.

Dr Michael Wynn-William case walkthrough
Sharee Johnson Coach for Doctors fireside chat

Optimising surgeons potential within a dysfunctional environment

Sharee Johnson
10th May 2023

We sit down with an experienced coach and mentor to explore the challenges surgeons face in a dysfunctional environment.

Sharee Johnson Coach for Doctors fireside chat

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