Prudent healthcare through innovation, technology and excellence

BSGE Annual Scientific Conference Celtic Manor, Newport 21-23 May 2019

Prudent healthcare through innovation, technology and excellence

BSGE Annual Scientific Conference Celtic Manor, Newport 21-23 May 2019

Prudent healthcare through innovation, technology and excellence

BSGE Annual Scientific Conference Celtic Manor, Newport 21-23 May 2019

Prudent healthcare through innovation, technology and excellence

BSGE Annual Scientific Conference Celtic Manor, Newport 21-23 May 2019

Prudent healthcare through innovation, technology and excellence

BSGE Annual Scientific Conference Celtic Manor, Newport 21-23 May 2019

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BSGE ASM 2019

Faculty

  • Mr Valentine Akande
  • Dr Shahrzad Ansari

    Dr Ansari is a fertility specialist and the head of the Mehr IVF centre in Tehran.

    Her main interest is in fertility and advanced hysteroscopic surgery.

    She has great amount of experience in the use of hysteroscopic morcellators.

    Dr Ansari has been invited to give  multiple lectures in this field as well as conducting hysteroscopy workshops.

    She has published extensively in the field of gynecology  in Iran.

  • Dr Tracy-Louise Appleyard
  • Dr Balpreet Attillia
  • Dr Sven Becker

    Sven Becker is Director and Professor of the Frankfurt University Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics and Division Director of Gynecologic Oncology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery at that institution.

    Prof. Becker was privileged to study medicine at different locations: Mainz, Germany, Paris, France, Madrid, Spain and Tokyo, Japan.

    Building on this international outlook, he completed a residency in Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital, Baltimore, USA.

    Returning to his native land, Germany, Sven joined the Tübingen University Women’s Hospital as an attending – Germany’s largest Women’s Hospital. Here, Prof. Becker completed a PhD-Thesis on Circulating Tumor Cells in Breast Cancer. Clinically, after obtaining Spezialization in Maternal-Fetal-Medicine and Perinatology, he shifted his focus towards Advanced Laparoscopy and Gynecologic Oncology, introducing Laparoscopic Oncology to the German Gynecologic Community and authoring the “Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery” together with Diethelm Wallwiener.

    In 2012, Prof. Becker was offered Chairmanship at two large German OB/GYN-University Departments, eventually becoming Director at the Frankfurt Goethe University’s Women’s Hospital. Frankfurt University Medical Faculty ranks amongst the top 100 Academic Medical Centers.
    Over the past five years, Prof. Becker rebuild the Department as the leading Center for Gynecologic Oncology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in the region.

    2017 Prof. Becker was offered the chairman-position of the combined Gynecologic Oncology Department of the Rotterdam Erasmus and Leiden University. He opted to stay in Frankfurt.
    Prof. Becker is active in numerous national and international Associations (ESGE, AAGL, FIGO, IGCS) and continues to focus his research on oncology and gynecologic surgery.

  • Professor Christian Becker
  • Professor Jacky Boivin
  • Mr Dominic Byrne
  • Mr Conor Byrne
  • Mr Tyrone Carpenter
  • Ms Sarah Carter

    Qualifying as a State Registered Nurse in 1981 at The Royal London Hospital, it was within the Operating Theatre that I started my employment, and is where I spend the majority of my time today.

    Working across most specialities throughout my career, 8 years as a Gynaecological Theatre Sister, Manager of a Gynaecology Day Unit and Obstetric Suite, I was fortunate and privileged to study as a Surgical Care Practitioner (SCP) in Gynaecology.

    The Specialist Endometriosis Nurse and SCP role incorporates new and review pelvic pain clinics, acting as 1st Assistant for severe endometriosis and oncology cases, that regularly include Robotic surgery.

  • Ms Lotte Chitty
  • Professor Justin Clark
  • Ms Emma Cox
  • Mr Alfred Cutner
  • Mr Attilio di Spezio
  • Ms Debby Holloway

    Debby Holloway is a Nurse Consultant in gynaecology at Guys and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Her current clinical caseload is one-stop outpatient procedure clinics, mainly outpatient hysteroscopy, and specialist menopause clinics. Debby is the deputy module lead for the  gynaecology nursing course at KCL. She has published both books and articles in relation to women’s health. Debby is currently the chair of the RCN women’s health forum

  • Professor Andrew Horne
  • Ms Helen Howson

    Helen is the Director of the Bevan Commission and the Bevan Commission Academy. She has played a lead role in the development of the Commissions work and particularly Prudent Healthcare. Helen was instrumental in establishing the Bevan Academy, Bevan Innovators and Innovation Hub programmes, helping to drive its thinking into practice. She was previously a Public Health Consultant with Public Health Wales, leading a major Ministerial review of health improvement interventions across Wales. Prior to this Helen held a number of senior positions within Welsh Government Health Policy and Strategy, latterly heading up the Primary and Community Health Strategy Unit.

  • Ms Natalie Hughes

    My name is Natalie, I was diagnosed with endometriosis 17 years ago but have had symptoms for the past 21 years which started when I was 11. I have had many different treatments and 9 surgical procedures, 2 of which were with specialists. This condition has affected me massively, impacting on my education, work and home life in ways that I could never have imagined.

  • Mr Thomas Ind
  • Mr Andrew Kent
  • Dr Zahid Raza Khan

    Dr Khan is a ST6 Trainee at the Royal Stoke University Hospital currently doing his ATSMs in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery for the excision of benign disease and Advanced Hysteroscopic Surgery. His experience in IT enabled him to develop the BSGE Surgical information Collection System with Professor Justin Clark and he is currently an active member of the BSGE Website and Digital Governance Subcommittee.

  • Mr Shaheen Khazali
  • Mr Kenneth Lim
  • Mr Jonathan Lippiatt
  • Mr Jonathan Lord
  • Dr Krupa Madhvani
  • Mr Chendridama Madhu
  • Mr David Milliken
  • Mr Gaby Moawad
  • Mr Edward Morris
  • Ms Kirsty Munro

    Dr Kirsty Munro is a Consultant Gynaecologist at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh where she is the deputy lead for the EXPPECT endometriosis centre and the local lead for undergraduate teaching. She undertook the laparoscopic ATSM at Southmead Hospital in Bristol.

  • Mr Eric Nyarko
  • Mr Richard Penketh
  • Mr Simon Phillips
  • Ms Gemma Pilkington

    Gemma Pilkington started her career in women’s health almost 20 years ago at the Royal Free Hospital in London. This sparked a path of further education and learning around restoring pelvic health to the lives of women suffering from symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and faecal incontinence, constipation, bladder pain and sexual dysfunction.

    After spending valuable years within the NHS and private clinics in London she now works solely in private practice and in 2017 after having her third baby,  established ‘ GP Physiotherapy’ in Surrey. Gemma continues to improve the health of women suffering from endometriosis, vulval pain, chronic pelvic pain and those recovering from birth or gynaecological surgery.

  • Professor Neil Pugh

    Professor Neil Pugh, Honorary Visiting Professor, School of Engineering at Cardiff University read Physics at the University of Wales, Swansea then moved to Manchester. He completed his MSc at Leeds University before returning to South Wales in 1985, following that he completed a PhD thesis investigating the effects of x-ray contrast media. Professor Pugh worked as a Consultant Medical Physicist and Head of Non-ionising radiation at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. He is still actively involved in gynaecology ultrasound scanning and education and research at Cardiff University. He has supervised numerous PhD students completing their theses in ultrasound applications. He is the current past president of the British Society for Gynaecological Imaging.

  • Mr Shailesh Puntambekar
  • Professor Lesley Regan
  • Dr Ashley Roberts
  • Mr Ertan Saridogan

    Ertan Saridogan PhD, FRCOG

    Ertan Saridogan is a Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Minimal Access Surgery at University College London Hospitals.  He is a former President of the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy and a member of the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy Executive Committee as the Chair of Scientific Programme of Annual Congresses. He is also a member of the ESHRE and ESGE/ESHRE/WES Endometriosis Guideline Development Groups. His clinical interests include laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery for benign gynaecological conditions, reproductive surgery, endometriosis, fibroids and outpatient hysteroscopy.  His research interests include noninvasive diagnosis of endometriosis, clinical outcomes following endometriosis surgery, outpatient hysteroscopy, and the place of screening and risk reducing surgery in women with a history of familial cancer.

  • Ms Debbie Shaffer
  • Mr Fevzi Shakir
  • Dr Aarti Sharma

    I am a gynaecological oncologist at the University Hospital of Wales. I have been a consultant for just over 6 years following completion of my subspecialty training in Nottingham. I completed my PhD from University College London with main interest in refining ultrasound methods in ovarian cancer screening. I have an interest in laparoscopic surgery however am regularly involved in complex ovarian cancer surgery. I am actively involved in running postgraduate teaching sessions and courses. I have several peer reviewed publications.

  • Mr Mark Slack
  • Mr Mark Stacey
  • Mr Jared Torkington
  • Mr Neill Warren
  • Dr Natasha Waters
  • Ms Cara Williams

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