Laparoscopy Training

  • Mr Sameer Umranikar

    Laparoscopy Training

    Princess Ann Hospital, Southampton

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The Joint BSGE / RCOG Benign Abdominal Surgery ATSM course was held on the 21st and 22nd September 2015. This was a 2 day theoretical course. This year we added a trial of Hands on Workshop which was optional for the candidates. We had a very good response and most of the candidates were able to attend (70). The feedback was very good and 82% of the candidates wanted to have a practical workshop included with a future course. At the course there were several stations which included hands on training and experience with suturing and learning the different modalities of energy on tissue.

Some of the Energy stations that were used to demonstrate advanced bipolar and ultrasonic energy In view of this the organisers for the next course (Mr Saikat Banerjee, Mr Ertan Saridogan and Mr Sameer Umranikar) are working on a proposal to hold a 3 day course in September this year. The first 2 days will be theoretical and third day will be for hands on training. This will include demonstration and practice of suturing, undertaking the LASTT and SUTT programs from the European Academy, demonstration of different energy modalities and practical workshops on stack system, video editing and use of different laparoscopic instruments. This will give an opportunity for candidates to undertake useful practical training following a 2 day theoretical course.

Mr Dominic Byrne

President

Royal Cornwall Hospital

Dominic Byrne is Consultant Gynaecologist speacialising in Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic surgery at the Royal Cornwall Hospital where he leads the BSGE accredited, Cornwall Endometriosis Centre. He was elected to be Vice President in 2014 and became BSGE President in 2016

He is a nationally recognised expert in Laparoscopic surgery and regularly gives presentations at national and international Scientific meetings on the subject. He is currently a trainer for the RCOG Advanced ATSM in Laparoscopic surgery for benign disease and for the emerging national LapHyst project.

He has been an active member of the BSGE Council and was elected for two successive terms, before becoming Vice President; chairing the Awards committee initially and the Endometriosis Centres committee subsequently. As Awards committee chair he simplified the process for bursaries and fellowships, making it more accessible to more BSGE members, which increased the number and quality of award applications. He introduced the trainees video competition and this in turn increased membership of the BSGE. As chair of the Endometriosis Centres portfolio he introduced annual accreditation of Endocentres, introduced Provisional Endocentre status and updated the endometriosis database to simplify its use. These changes have lead to more Endometriosis centres entering higher quality data and has established BSGE Endometriosis Centre’s on the national and international stage. He is currently working on BSGE publication of Endometriosis Centre’s data and is constantly striving to improve patients access Endocentre nationwide.

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Mr Sanjay Vyas

Vice President

Southmead Hospital, Bristol

Sanjay Vyas is the senior gynaecologist at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, where he has been a Consultant for over 20 years. He is also an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Bristol.

Sanjay qualified from the University of London in 1985 and is a nationally recognised expert in gynaecology, laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery and pelvic ultrasound scans. A large proportion of his surgical work involves keyhole surgery for treatment of heavy periods, ovarian cysts, endometriosis and other benign conditions. The majority of his patients have been referred directly to him for this expertise, and other consultants locally regularly seek his opinion.

Sanjay has been an elected member of the Councils of both the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and was elected to be Vice President of the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy in 2016. His work has contributed to significant improvements in the structure and provision of training junior doctors, and he is regularly invited to lecture at national and international educational meetings.

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Mr Thomas Ind

Honorary Treasurer / Robotics

Royal Marsden & St George's Hospital, London

Thomas Ind is a consultant gynaecological surgeon at St George’s and the Royal Marsden Hospitals in London. He has sub-specialty accreditation in Gynaecological Oncology and has held an interest in laparoscopic surgery dating back many years. He trained in London and had formal training in laparoscopic surgery while holding a post in Sydney in 1996 and 1997. On return he was awarded his level 3 certificate in laparoscopic surgery by the RCOG and has written a number of texts and papers in the field. More recently he explored the benefit of robotics in gynaecological surgery. He has been a member of the BSGE since returning from Australia in 1997 and has been treasurer of the society since 2012

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Mr Mark Whittaker

Honorary Secretary

Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, Gloucester

I currently serve as Honorary Secretary to the BSGE.

On the BSGE Board for over 10 years, I understand very well the aims and ambitions of this Society. I was initially elected as a Junior Representative and then as a senior member when I was appointed as a Consultant in Gloucestershire. I served two terms and then was required by the constitution to step down from the Board. I was then re-elected to Council in 2011 and subsequently to Honorary Secretary in 2013.

I am a Faculty member of the MSc in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy at the University of Surrey. I actively teach on the laparoscopic training courses in the South West and MATTU. I contributed to the development of the BSGE Endometriosis Centres and co-organised the first joint meeting with colorectal surgeons in Hamburg in 2008. I co-authored the original RCOG ATSM in Laparoscopic Surgery and contribute to the current RCOG course. I have an interest in digital imaging technology.

If elected I would wish to develop:
• a national training network for promotion of laparoscopic hysterectomy
• a national training programme in laparoscopic hysterectomy involving skill acquisition using cadaveric courses, live surgery and training box exercises.
• validated gynaecological box trainers specific for gynaecological surgeons
• an online tool for the audit of laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery to assist members with accreditation data requirements

I would be delighted to serve as an enthusiastic and reliable Vice-President to your Society, if you choose to elect me to this position.

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Mr Sameer Umranikar

Laparoscopy Training

Princess Ann Hospital, Southampton

Mr Sameer Umranikar works as a Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the University Hospital Southampton. His main interests are Minimal Access Surgery and Gynaecological Ultrasound. He has been elected to the BSGE Council for the second term and actively participates in the BSGE activities.
He has completed his training in the Wessex Deanery and was awarded an MSc in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy by the University of Surrey. He was also awarded the Diploma in Advanced Gynaecology Endoscopy from the University of Auvergne, Clermont Ferrand, France. He has also attained the Fogarty Fellowship from the Johns Hopkins University, USA. He was awarded to the Fellowship of the RCOG and to the membership of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He has visited several International centres to gain wider experience in the field of minimal access surgery.
His is very keen to teach and disseminate the skills in minimal access surgery and he has been a Faculty on several courses. He actively teaches and promotes laparoscopic and hysteroscopic training and has been a Faculty on several RCOG and BSGE courses.

He is the Lead for Simulation training in the Wessex Deanery and represents the Deanery at the Sim NET group of the RCOG. He has the BSGE portfolio for laparoscopic training and is one of the Joint organisers for the RCOG BSGE course on Benign Abdominal Surgery. He has authored several book chapters and is keen to undertake research when time permits.

He is married and has two daughters. He likes to travel and his interests are ancient history and explore the different cultures around the world. In his spare time he likes to read on history and astronomy.

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Mr Kirana Arambage

Awards & Bursaries

Oxford University Hospitals

Kirana is a Consultant Gynaecologist at the BSGE accredited Endometriosis Care and Research (CaRe) Centre at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford having completed the RCOG/ATSM in advanced laparoscopic surgery. He won RCOG Bernhard Baron travelling fellowship and BSGE travel scholarship to visit centres of excellence in France (Strasbourg, Rouen) and in Australia (Melbourne).

Kirana has been an active member of the BSGE since 2009. He was elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2014 as the trainee’s representative of the BSGE council. He had proposed, designed and co-organised the annual BSGE fresh cadaveric laparoscopic anatomy course in Oxford University, which continues to have excellent feedback. He is great passion for training and has been a faculty member of the RCOG benign gynaecology/laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery courses.

He has been a part of BSGE subcommittees contributing to SCOPE e-newsletters, guidelines, laparoscopic and hysteroscopic training. He co-organised the first Young Endoscopic Platform (YEP) meeting at the Jubilee ASM of BSGE and represented ESGE/YEP from 2013-15 developing networks between European trainees.

He is a member of the medical advisory panel of Endometriosis UK and contributes to it's charitable activities. His MSc in advanced gynaecological endoscopy from University of Surrey (with merit pass) evaluated a structured training module for any laparoscopy, which has helped feed the proposed RCOG national simulation curriculum.

Kirana is a co-author for the latest Cochrane review of surgical treatment of endometriosis and guidelines (to be published) on management of distension media in hysteroscopy and consent for laparoscopic surgery.

Kirana was a trainee representative for the BSGE and was elected to become a senior council member in 2016. His experiences and relationships created, have given him insight in to the working of our society and views of our membership, which enables him to effectively represent and continue to improve services for the members.

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Mr Shaheen Khazali

Comms & Website

St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey

Shaheen is a Consultant Gynaecologist in Surrey at CEMIG (Centre for Endometriosis and minimally Invasive Gynaecology), Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals, Surrey and is the director of Gynaecology.me ltd. (www.gynaecology.me) He has a particular interest in Endometriosis and minimally invasive Gynaecological surgery.

He holds a Masters degree in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy from the University of Surrey and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Royall Holloway, University of London.

Shaheen has been an active contributor to the BSGE council’s work since 2008, first as the trainees rep for 3 years and then from 2013 as a senior council member. He Chairs the website and communications subcommittee and has been leading the development of the new website.

His other baby is “The Scope”, our new newsletter which he edits and hopes to continue to publish regularly.

Mr. Khazali’s other contributions to BSGE work include:

– setting up the video library and discussion forums (which has become useless recently due to a cyber-attack. This is also being re-designed to integrate with the new secure website),
– setting up and running 5 successful video competitions since 2010, initially for trainees only, now extended to all members
– organising live Webcasts and chairing two of these

He lives in Woking with his wife, Tina and two young children Nickan and Dana.

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Mr Chris Guyer

Endometriosis Centres

Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

Chris has been a consultant gynaecologist in Portsmouth since 2001. He is the lead for minimally invasive gynaecological surgery and developed the Southern Endometriosis Centre in 2003, which is now part of the Endometriosis Centres network in the UK. Chris has been involved with training and education for gynaecological endoscopy for many years. He has been part of the faculty at the Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit (MATTU) in Guildford and has also been a Programme Director for the Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy MSc at the University of Surrey. He has helped establish a simulation training unit in Portsmouth and has helped with the introduction of basic endoscopic training for trainees in the Wessex region.

Chris is involved in a number of the College courses for both laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery and has also been on the Scientific Advisory Committee for hysteroscopic surgery for the annual scientific meetings of the American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists (AAGL).
Chris has been on Council since September 2014 and will be taking over as Chair of the Endometriosis Centres project from May of this year.

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Miss Elizabeth Ball

Guidelines

Royal London Hospital, London

Elizabeth Ball works as a Consultant at the Royal London Hospital, Bartshealth and as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. She has founded and now leads the pelvic pain and endometriosis services in her hospital.

Since 2014 she is serving on the BSGE council, where she is coordinating work on the guideline ‘laparoscopy in pregnancy’ as guideline lead.

Her research interests include psychological approaches to pelvic pain as an adjunct to medical treatment (NIHR grant) and the role of music in the peri-operative setting (Lancet 2015).

After her PhD in Newcastle upon Tyne she discovered her interest to develop her minimal access skills further and was granted a BSGE travelling fellowship to the Milwaukee where she made valuable contacts with Charles Koh and Grace Janik, which would later lead to a full AAGL fellowship in Milwaukee, where she became proficient in excisional treatment of deep endometriosis, myomectomies and total laparoscopic hysterectomies.

Elizabeth will always remember her training in the USA as a particular highlight of her SpR time. It has made her passionate about passing on Minimal access skills to others. Elizabeth supports the running of the BSGE/RCOG hysteroscopy course, and regularly gives ipsi-lateral operating workshops, in particular suturing, both in the UK and the USA for the AAGL. Recently she has been selected to become a MRCOG 3 examiner.

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Dr Natasha Waters

Hysteroscopy

Western Sussex Hospitals

Natasha Waters trained in laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery in Australia, France (European Institute of Telesurgery, IRCAD, Strasbourg) and Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit, Surrey alongside gynaecology, urology and colorectal colleagues. She maintain links with Strasbourg and as a faculty member for the annual Business, Engineering and Surgical Technology Course at the Institute of Hybrid Surgery.
She works at Western Sussex Hospitals Trust which performs around 90% of our hysteroscopic procedures in ambulatory (office) setting, which has changed from 12% in 2012. The Trust is continually looking into ways to minimise discomfort and pain for the patients. They introduced the vaginoscopic approach as a default approach for hysteroscopy combined with the opportunity to be fully informed about the procedure before coming to the clinic and have any concerns answered by nurses on arrival at the clinic along with short waiting times before the actual procedure which made a substantial difference in pain scores.

Natasha supports trainees though mentoring and Fellowship in Ambulatory Gynaecology and works on safety and complication prevention in laparoscopy and hysteroscopy and in particular, support trainees to develop their roles as future Leaders in Ambulatory Care. She recently completed the Diploma in Clinical Risk and Claims Management.

In hysteroscopy, together with European colleagues, Natasha is working on developing and improving the Ambulatory Gynaecology Training module and the work has started on updating current Hysteroscopy ATSM. 

In laparoscopy, Natasha is working on BSGE National Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (LapHyst) Project as a Governance and Research Lead for the Project alongside Jim English, Mark Wittaker and Ertan Saridogan. The project is working on safe introduction of training for Laparoscopic Hysterectomy similar to LAPCO program with the aim of increasing the national rate of laparoscopic hysterectomies to 30-40% and with the aim of training program to become self-perpetuating.

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Mr Tyrone Carpenter

Industry Relations & Meetings

Poole Hospital, Poole

I have been a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Poole NHS Foundation Trust for the last 8 years and I am also the lead of The Dorset Endometriosis Centre. I have been on BSGE council for the last three years, firstly with responsibility for the website and subsequently taking on the industry relations portfolio and am seeking re-election for my second term.

MAS is the major part of my gynae workload (>90%) and includes the surgical management of severe rectovaginal endometriosis as a BSGE recognised centre. I am very committed to teaching, having previously been the Deanery ASTM Director and have supervised over 20 trainees in attaining first the advanced laparoscopic surgery ATSM and, more recently, the benign abdominal surgery ATSM.

Since joining the BSGE council, I have completely revamped the website which has seen activity more than double since taking charge. I have more recently been responsible for seeking sponsorship for the ASM in Norwich, with the aim to keep costs to delegates to a minimum. Currently sponsorship agreements significantly exceed any previous meetings.

Moving forward, my aim is to continue to promote MAS as the main stay of surgery in gynaecology. Whilst the development and enhancement of new techniques are important and to be encouraged I am also very passionate about promotion and training of ‘intermediate’ levels of MAS which are achievable by all practising gynaecologists and which, in numerical terms, will have the greatest beneficial impact on women throughout the UK.

Prior to my appointment in Poole I was a clinical fellow at the Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit (MATTU) in Guildford for over two years where, in addition to training in advanced laparoscopic surgery, I completed my MD into endometriosis.

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Mrs Gillian Smith

Nurse & Paramedic

Northampton General Hospital, Northampton

Gillian is a Nurse Consultant at Northampton General Hospital (NGH) and has had a varied career working within all areas of Gynaecology.

Gillian is the clinical lead for gynaecology nursing at NGH, she provides clinical advice, support and teaching, as well as developing effective clinical gynaecology services that promote quality and efficiency.

Gillian has trained as a Nurse Hysteroscopist and has completed a postgraduate masters course in autonomous practice at Oxford Brookes University, achieving a merit award. She has also achieved a postgraduate certificate in medical ultrasound scanning.

Gillian undertakes diagnostic and treatment clinics and one-stop post-menopausal bleeding and menstrual disorders clinics, with clinical responsibility for patients referred from primary care. Within these clinics Gillian is responsible for independently undertaking patient consultations, performing advanced history taking and clinical assessment, and advanced specialist diagnostic procedures including, ultrasound scanning, hysteroscopy, endometrial biopsies and cervical cytology.

She performs diagnostic hysteroscopy and treatments in both the outpatient department and in the operating theatres. The treatments Gillian performs include hysteroscopic polypectomy, hysteroscopic myomectomy, insertion of Mirena IUS, hysteroscopic removal of Mirena IUS, endometrial ablation and hysteroscopic sterilisation.

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Mr Justin Clark

Research & Audit

Birmingham Womens Hospital, Birmingham

Justin has been a Consultant in O&G at the Birmingham Women’s Hospital for the last 10 years and is an Honorary Professor at the University of Birmingham. His clinical and research interests are in the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding and pelvic pain. He has helped pioneer ambulatory gynaecological intervention and is an elected council member of the British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy. He has published widely, holds several NIHR research grants and is a scientific editor on the British Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and co-edits the Recent Advances in Obstetrics & Gynaecology series.

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Prof Peter O'Donovan

Co-opted for BSGE ACCEA Committee

Bradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford

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Mr Kevin Philips

Co-opted for BSGE ASM 2017

Castle Hill Hospital, Hull

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Mr Ertan Saridogan

Co-opted as BSGE Meetings Convenor

University College London Hospitals, London

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Donna Ghosh

Wirral University Teaching Hospital

Donna is an ST7 from the South West Peninsula deanery undertaking the ATSM in advanced laparoscopy at the Wirral University Teaching Hospital. She has gained considerable experience in laparoscopic surgery across these areas and during her out of programme training in Australia where she was awarded a travelling fellowship from the BSGE.

Donna became a member of the BSGE in 2010 and has since benefitted from a range of training and development opportunities supported by the BSGE. She completed the first Ethicon-BSGE sponsored TLH course in 2014, won the trainee video competition in 2016 and has also presented at national and international conferences, receiving prizes at the 2014 and 2016 BGSE ASM.

In addition to benign laparoscopic surgery she also has a special interest in gynaecological ultrasound. She received a BSGE education bursary for completion of a postgraduate certificate in gynaecological ultrasound and is also trainee representative on the British Society for Gynaecological Imaging Committee.

As an advanced laparoscopic trainee, with experience across deaneries in the UK and within Australia, she promises to represent the views of UK trainees, aiming to improve training for those with a similar passion for minimal access surgery.

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Mr Fevzi Shakir

Royal Surrey County Hospital, Surrey

Mr Fevzi Shakir is currently working as a final year Senior Registrar at King’s College Hospital, London. He recently completed a 2 year Senior Clinical Research Fellowship in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery, based at the Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit (MATTU) and Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. He has a special interest in minimally invasive gynaecological endoscopy and has completed the accredited Advanced Training Specialty Module (ATSM) in benign open and laparoscopic surgery.

In 2014 he was elected as a trainee representative council member for the British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) and was extensively involved in organising the joint BSGE/European Young Endoscopist Platform (YEP) trainee sessions, at the annual 2015 BSGE Silver Jubilee scientific meeting and is currently developing a trainee group as part of the BSGE.

He has presented both nationally and internationally on 40 occasions, has over 20 abstract publications and several peer reviewed publications in scientific journals. Additionally, he is a reviewer for several gynaecological scientific journals. He has received both national and international prizes at scientific meetings, for his contribution and work in minimally invasive gynaecology and surgery.

He is completing his MSc dissertation in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy based at the University of Surrey and his current research includes work on endometriosis, humidification in laparoscopic surgery, design and validation of a laparoscopic hysterectomy scoring system, 3D and Robotics.

He is part of the faculty at the MATTU for the basic/advanced gynaecological laparoscopic courses, basic surgical skills course, advanced hysteroscopy course, BSGE hysteroscopy course/laparoscopic ATSM/RCOG course and Ethicon Endosurgery hysterectomy course, as well as international basic/advanced laparoscopic courses for Ethicon Endosurgery. In addition he is a UK, Ethicon Endosurgery, laparoscopic advanced energy advisory board member.

He enjoys sports particularly running and in May 2010 won an organised 5km race at Richmond Park (350 runners in total), where he and 5 other colleagues raised over £1,500, for the London King's College Hospital Ectopic Pregnancy Research Trust. In 2014, he ran the London Marathon in 3 hours, 49 minutes and 21 seconds for the Endometriosis UK charity, raising £2,333.75.

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Atia Khan

BSGE Secretariat

As specialist societies co-ordinator for the BSGE, Atia Khan is the first point of contact, and something of a Girl Friday, for BSGE members.

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Lesley Hil

Membership Administration

Lesley Hill Lesley has been the Accounts and Database Administrator for almost a quarter of a century! Born in London and raised in Kidderminster, she was educated at Kidderminster High School for Girls. Her working life began in the Civil Service and, after the birth of her son, and five years in Germany working as an English Secretary, she returned to England and furthered her career to management. Lesley became Head of Examinations Services at Pitman Examination Institute in Godalming, Surrey dealing with schools and managers throughout the world. She became a full member of the Institute of Management. She managed 54 staff and played a major role in the development of the company’s computerisation. After 12 years, Pitman relocated to London and Lesley decided to start afresh in a stress free (!) job. She secured a position with Jeremy Wright to build up his private medical practice. From the day Jeremy handed her a set of index cards she has helped to develop the BSGE into the impressive Society it is today. Lesley suffered her second bout of cancer in 1997 and when her husband retired from St George’s Medical School in 1998, they decided to move to Cyprus where she continued her work for the BSGE.18 months ago they left Cyprus and now spend a lot of time in Spain. They have a place in Midhurst, West Sussex. Whether in Spain, England, on a cruise or a far off land, every day is a work day and she is always ready, computer to hand, to deal with members’ problems, needs and queries and to ensure she fully supports the Treasurer with his many duties. Lesley thoroughly enjoys all that she does for the BSGE and its’ members and will continue to do so as long as her services are required!

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Dr Jane Gilbert

Dr Jane Gilbert qualified as a doctor from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School just as it was being eaten up by Imperial College. She has been working for the past eighteen years as a health journalist. She has been published widely and created content for Roche Pharmaceuticals, Diabetes Wales, Hamlyn books, Boots, ITV and Channel 4 and a number of NHS Trusts.

She is currently employed as the BSGE’s assistant editor as well as creating digital health information ‘prescriptions’ for the E-Health company Pocket Medic.

Members of a certain age may remember Jane’s toe-curling interview for medical school which featured on the BBC series “Doctors to Be’ –she definitely still enjoys a bit of Shakepeare!

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Suruchi Pandey

Suruchi completed her under-graduate medical education from Banaras Hindu University in India where she graduated at the top of her medical school class. Her post-graduate training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology was in the Oxford Deanery. She is currently a Clinical Fellow in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology at the Centre for Endometriosis and Minimally invasive Gynaecology in Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals. Suruchi has a keen interest in teaching and has completed the Post-graduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from the University of Oxford. She is also an Oxford University Medical Education Fellow. She is the initiator and the co-lead for the Ledingham Lecture series in Oxford which aims to inspire medical trainees to excellence through learning how inspirational leaders overcame challenges to achieve transformational changes within their own fields.

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Dr Pille Pargmae

Dr Pille Pargmae is a ST6 in Ob/Gyn and Endometriosis Fellow in Oxford University Hospital. She entered the UK Ob/Gyn training after 4 years of run through training in Ob/ Gyn in Estonia, completing the equivalent MRCOG exam with honours. She was a chair of Estonian Ob/Gyn Trainee Society, executive in European Network of Trainees in Ob/Gyn (ENTOG), and part of Training and Assessment Working Group in European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EBCOG). She was recently selected for 2016 BSGE/Olympus Laparoscopic Training Programme. She is passionate about laparoscopic surgery, skiing, sailing and classical music.

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Nadine Di Donato

Ashford and St. Peters Hospital

Dr. Nadine Di Donato, currently Clinical Fellow for Centre of endometriosis and Minimally Invasive Gynaecology (CEMIG), Ashford and St. Peters Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Chertsey, United Kingdom.

She is dedicated medical graduate in Obstetrics and Gynecology with a special interest in gynecological minimally invasive surgery. She has en xcellent academic record with strong independent research skills resulting in peer-reviewed published work.

She completed her specialty training in Obs&Gyn (CCT) last year and gained good clinical, diagnostic and surgical skills in a third referral endometriosis centre, S. Orsola Malpighi Hospital Bologna, Italy.

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