Conical implants – an uplifting augmentation. Barcelona Breast meeting March 2014.
Conical implants – when I to use and their advantages. I-guide closed neck lift surgery. Both presentations at the 2nd Annual Masterclass on Polyurethane implants and cosmetic surgery, Dublin July 2013.
Conical implants, affect on breast shape and position. BAPRAS conference on Cosmetic Breast Surgery, Manchester April 2013
The modified “Brazilian Abdominoplasty”. Body conference, London, November 2012.
Conical implants – an uplifting augmentation. British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, London, UK, September 2012.
Breast implants, the FDA 10 year report. International Breast Symposium, Anglia Ruskin University, October 2011.
The Trampoline Platysmaplasty neck lift. International meeting of Advanced Skin Care, Portugal, September 2011.
The best evidence for implants and Anaplastic Large Cell lymphoma, Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 2011
Horn shaped fascio-cutaneous flaps for lower leg defects following cutaneous malignancy. British Association of Plastic Surgeons, October 2002.
Horn shaped fascio-cutaneous flaps for lower leg defects following cutaneous malignancy. 51st International meeting of the Italian Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, Verona, Italy, September 2002.
Lateral digital photography and computer goniometry versus standard goniometry for recording finger joint angles. Presented at the British Society for Surgery of the Hand, in conjunction with the Belgium group, London, UK, October 2001.
Do you get the connection? A study of the connections between inner and outer layers in peripheral nerves. Presented at the 3rd Annual Symposium of the Tissue and Cell Engineering Society meeting, Keele, UK, October 2001.
Exploring the gliding layer in peripheral nerves. Presented at the European Union peripheral nerve repair project meeting, Genoa, Italy, March 2001.
NATIONAL / REGIONAL / LOCAL
Breast implant technology and ACLC, Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 2011.
Smokescreen test a completed audit cycle on smoking and elective surgery. Presented at the Douglas Murray West Midland National meeting October 2007.
Should smokers be allowed elective surgery on the NHS? A smokescreen audit. Presented at the R.H. Sage surgical audit meeting, Selly Oak Hospital, January 2007.
Aesthetic surgical training for plastic surgical specialist registrars: a right or a luxury? Presented at the Douglas Murray West Midlands National meeting October 2006. 2006.
Reconstruction for desmoplastic melanoma of the face. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, June 2002.
Isolated cutaneous tuberculosis of the nose. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, February 2002.
Epidermolysis Bullosa: A surgical challenge. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, January 2002.
Connections between peripheral nerve layers. Charles Clark Prize, research presentation competition, University College London, London, May 2001.
Computer goniometry versus standard goniometry. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, April 2001.
Septic Arthritis masking underlying Osteomyelitis. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, February 2001.
A scan a scan my kingdom for a scan. William Fellows runner up prize for clinical case presentations, East Anglia Region, Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, November 1999.
Presentation of clinical cases and local audit results in Plastic Surgery and Orthopaedic meetings during 1999 and 2000.
PRESENTATIONS OF COMBINED WORK BY OTHER COLLEAGUES
Acticoat glove for severe burns of the hands – Presented at BAPS, London November 2005.
Mechanical stress testing in flat versus ridged Plaster of Paris. Scientific meeting of the South West IPEM group, Salisbury May 2005.
Intra-nasal melanoma – A management dilemma. Presented at the European Melanoma meeting and UK Melanoma Study Group, Birmingham June 2004.
Epidermolysis Bullosa and Squamous cell carcinoma – A review of thirty years work. Presented at BABS, Newport, Wales, July 2003.
Analysis of mechanical interactions between the distinct interneural regions of the rat sciatic. Presented at the Society of Experimental Biology meeting, Southampton, 31st March – 4th April 2003.
A persistent sinus discharge as a complication of post sternotomy dehiscence. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, March 2002.
The converse flap 1942-2002. Presented at the Plastic Surgery Seminars at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, February 2002.
Should smokers be allowed surgery on the NHS? A smokescreen audit. BAAPS, London, September 2007
Aesthetic surgical training for plastic surgical specialist registrars: a right or a luxury? BAAPS, Bath, UK, September 2006.
Ridged POP backslabs: Does it improve the casts’ strength? Xth Congress of the Federation European Societies of the Hand, Gothenberg, Sweden 15-18 June 2005.
Persistent sinus as a complication of median sternotomy. 51st International meeting of Italian Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, Verona, Italy, September 2002.
Aggressive SCC of the temporal region. 51st International meeting of the Italian Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, Verona, Italy, September 2002.
A prospective randomised comparison of skin clips with a sub-cuticular suture for the closure of hip wounds following hip fracture surgery. Presented at the South East Thames Circuit meeting, Tunbridge Wells, November 2001.
Exploring the gliding layer in peripheral nerves. Presented at the British Matrix Biology meeting, Manchester, April 2001.
The use of the tensor fascia lata myo-cutaneous flap in groin surgery. Presented at the 5th International Melanoma meeting, Venice, Italy, February 2001.
Urine SmokescreenR tests in elective plastic surgery pre admission clinics: preliminary prospective assessment of 100 consecutive patients seen in the pre-admission clinic for breast reconstruction/reduction/augmentation and Abdominoplasty procedures. Personally undertaken
“Inappropriate” referrals in a spoke unit: a retrospective review of 119 consecutive new patients seen in the out-patient department and their appropriateness for surgery in the current NHS. Personally undertaken
Aesthetic audit: audited the exposure and training of the West Midlands SpR’s to aesthetic surgery and their views on future training. Personally undertaken
Pyogenic granuloma: audited Paediatric Plastic surgical management of this condition at Birmingham children’s hospital. Personally undertaken.
Operation Notes: A completed cycle showing improvement in the operation notes involving the excision of skin tumors at the City hospital Stoke on Trent. Personally undertaken.
Antibiotic Policy: Audit of the adherence to trust policy and administration of antibiotics in the pre-operative care of hand trauma patients at the Broomfield Hospital. Personally undertaken.
Consent: Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Hospital Trust instituted a policy stating that the principal surgeon must consent the patient. We audited and improved our consenting process. Personally undertaken.
asting time: I completed a full audit cycle at the West Norwich Hospital, as part of a regional East Anglia Plastic Surgery Audit. The outcome improved fasting times for emergency patients and resulted in better communication between Anaesthetist and ward staff. Personally undertaken.
Post-operative complications: Responsible for auditing post-operative complications in a rolling audit in ENT for 6months. As a result the team was able to establish that local complication rates were comparable with national rates. Continuous audit cycle. Personally undertaken.
Emergency workload: Responsible for auditing the increased workload in ENT after
a trust merger over 6months. This proved the admission rate and after-hours workload had increased, which required the trust to increase the SHO numbers/current SHO banding. Personally undertaken.
Wound infection rate audit: Responsible for auditing Orthopaedic infection rates and comparing them to the Trust PAS system. Ridiculous high rates recorded by PAS were found to be misleading and unacceptable. The outcome resulted in no complication results being put on the hospital web site prior to a Consultants approval. Personally undertaken.
Emergency Nurse Practitioner vs. Casualty Doctor: Assessed the effectiveness of the Emergency Nurse Practitioner service versus SHO’s in the Casualty setting. This audit showed that a Casualty doctor was still assessing and treating approximately 3times the number of patients than any given ENP during a shift. No action was taken by the Trust. Personally undertaken.