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October 07, 2015

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ADDRESS : ** ********* *****, ******

West Yorkshire



TELEPHONE NUMBER : Work : 011*-******* Home : 01422 - 375351

Mobile : 078********

SEX : Female


GMC REGISTRATION : Full Registration 436 3307


Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

MD (Obs and Gynae) - 1991

Mysore University, India

DGO - 1989

Mysore University, India

MBBS - 1975

Nilratan Sarkar Medical College, Calcutta, India

AWARDS : Forum of Overseas Doctors Training -Best

Speaker November 1995, London

Gold Medal for M.D Thesis.

“Placental Bed Biopsies in Hypertensive

Disorders in Pregnancy and their Correlation

with the Fetal Outcome”

Gold Medal for India Steel Medical officers Conference, 1992 and 1993



This famous unit of 8000 deliveries in Obstetrics is the busiest and the best unit I have worked in.I have worked 66-72 hours per week in this busy set up.The job included on-calls both in Obstetrics & Gynaecology,working in antenatal and gynaecologyOPDs,regular theatre sessions as well as a lot of junior doctors teaching.I have really thoroughly enjoyed the work despite being a busy schedule.


I did extensive Gynaecology work and Obstetric on-calls in this busy DGH.I was covering sick leave of one of the Gynae Oncologist and did all his Theatre lists,outpatient clinics.I also did his weekly minor theatre lists in Kidderminster hospital every Tuesday, in addition to weekly major lists at Worcester Royal.

In fact,I also operated in Alexandra Hospital,Redditch which is part of the trust,to solve waiting list issues.

LOCUM CONSULTANT IN OBS & GYNAE-Locum Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at North Devon Hospital from 23/04/2014 -31/10/2014.

This was a beautiful Obs & Gynae unit in Barnstaple.I was involved in Consultant work in general Obstetrics & Gynaecology; regular antenatal & gynae clinics,weekly major & minor theatres.

Locum Consultant in George Elliott Hospital, Nuneaton

I worked here from the 6th of December 2013.

Did general Obstetrics & Gynaecology with clinics, theatres and 1 in 5 oncall cover.

Had one challenging on-call when I performed a Peripartum Emergency Obstetric Hysterectomy on a post-caesarean patient with massive secondary postpartum haemorrhage needing 7 units Blood transfusion..The lady recovered and went home on 2nd post-operative day.

Locum Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Glan Clwyd Hospital,North Wales from 6/8/2013 till 30/11/2013.

Performed General Obstetrics & Gynaecology in this hospital- clinics,theatres and on-calls in 1 in6 rota.This was a fairly busy obstetric unit and also did peripheral Antenatal clinics.Thare was also extensive involvement in the teaching programmes and vatious tutorials with the medical students aswell as junior doctors.

Wrexham Maelor Hospital-23/04/2012 till 31/07/2013.

I was enrolled to work in the absence of the Medical Director who had been injured in an accident.I did urogynaecology clinic once a week and had a major theatre and a Daycase theatre every week,in addition to Labour Ward and Antenatal Clinic cover.I also had been doing a peripheral clinic at Mold every Friday morning where I saw both obstetric & gynaecological patients.

I have been doing 1 in 7 weeknights as well as weekends on call for Obstetrics & Gynaecology.

I was involved in regular Teaching of the medical students and junior doctors.

Two of my papers were presented at the POSTER SESSION at the British Congress on Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Liverpool in June 2013.

Locum Consultant in Banbury,Horton Hospital from 9/02/2012 till 22/04/2012.

LOCUM CONSULTANT IN ROYAL CORNWALL HOSPITAL,TRURO-From 26th August 2011 till 20th December 2011.

I was primarily employed to resolve Gynae operating Waiting list issues that had arisen in the department.

In 3 months I performed 35 hysterectomies,10 laparoscopic oophorectomies and loads of vaginal repair surgeries.

I then went to India in end-December 2011 for 6 weeks to do Operating camps for prolapse and benign gynaecological surgeries via a Missionary Hospital in Kolkata! This was extremely rewarding to me!

Locum Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Horton General Hospital in Banbury,Oxfordshire fro November 2010 till date.

The lead clinician here is Mr. Nicholls,and in all there are 5 consultants in this departmentThis hospital has 2000 deliveries per year and also has all facilities for gynaecologicasl work as in a District General Hospital.




I joined this hospital on the 12th of July 2010 and have been working here till 18/10/2010.

This was a generalist position in obstetrics & gynaecology and I provided labour ward cover along with other consultant colleagues,as stipulated by the rota.It was a 1 in 6 week on service provision which ran extremely efficiently.

I also did colposcopy clinics and minimally –invasive surgery which are part of my special interests,inaddition to benign gynaecology theatres & general obstetrics.

I am also adequately trained in gynaecology ultrasound which I did in Bristol,but was looking forward to doing in this hospital as well.

Locum Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology

St.Michael’s Hospital Bristol. August 09 –June 2010.

I have been appointed since August last year,mainly for colposcopy and general gynaecology.I do 2 colposcopy sessions per week in addition to clinics and theatre lists.

I have also done gynaecology ultrasound training under Mr. M.S.Mills extensively.

June 2009-July2009-Shrewsbury Hospital-Worked as a locum for 6 weeks before joining Bristol.Worked as a generalist covering on-call rota of 1 in 5.Performed major & minor surgeries,colposcopy etc..


Locum Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust

From 15/12/08-For 6months,Pending substantive appointment.

This department has 4,600 deliveries and is one of the leading units in the country.

Teaching affiliation with Peninsula University Medical School.

My job plan includes Colposcopy,gynae outpatients and theatres weekly;also Antenatal clinics and outpatient hysteroscopy.

Labour Ward cover by consultants is 60hrs weekly.


Senior Registrar

Leeds General Infirmary


From 1/10/07 till 6/10/08.I obtained my CCT while I was working in this position,on 7/4/08.I continued as post CCT fellow in this position till 5/10/08.I was acting up into consultant position there in times of sickness of other consultant colleagues,and performed extensive amount of major and minor gynaecological surgeries in addition to emergency obstetrics.

Scarborough Hospital 6/10/08-14/12/08-Worked as a locum in this small District General Hospital in a 1 in 4 rota,covering emergencies in obstetrics & gynaecology.Also covered several outreach clinics during this tenure.


Specialist Registrar year 5

Hull Royal Infirmary


From2/10/06 till 30/09/07

Proffessor Killick. Mr.Stephen Lindow, Mr.J.D.

Gandhi(C0llege Tutor), Mr.S.Maguiness

Mr.F.Biervliet, Mr.P.Lesny, Mrs.R.Jha


Previous Appointment 7/11/05 till 1/10/06

Specialist Registrar Year 5

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Bradford Royal Infirmary

Mr.Ian Beck,Mr.D.Tuffnell,Miss S.E.Jones,



Previous Appointment

Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology February 2005 –7/11/05

Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Trust

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Mr.J.Campbell,Miss K.Bhabra,Mr.B.A.Onyeka



Locum Consultant,Obstetrics & Gynaecology 2/1/05 till 1/2/05

William Harvey Hospital,

Ashford, Kent.

Previous Appointment

Senior Staff Grade in Obstetrics & Gynaecology November 1998 – Dec 2004

Dewsbury & District Hospital


Mr.A.K.Trehan, Dr.K.Fishwick, Dr.Thomas,

Mrs.T.Tariq,Dr.S.Anwar, Dr.Adekunle

Previous Appointment

Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology 1st November 1997 – 31.10.98

Harrogate General Hospital, Harrogate.

Mr D S Taylor, Mr M C Oakley, Dr L C Kidd


Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 1 /11/1996 – 31.10.1997


Dewsbury & District Hospital, Dewsbury


Visiting Registrar, Obstetrics & Gynaecology

St.James’s University Hospital, Leeds. 18/01/1995- 31/10/1996


Senior Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology July 1990 - November 1994

(Senior Medical Officer)

Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur

Prof S Dasgupta, P Heera

Registrar (Medical Officer) August 1983 - June 1990

Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur

Prof S Dasgupta, P Heera

Service Medical Officer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology December 1978 - July 1983

Shyamnagar District Hospital, West Bengal

R Mukherjee

Senior House Officer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology June 1978 - November 1978

R G Kar Medical College, Calcutta

Prof S R Banerjee, A Mukherjee

Senior House Officer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology June 1977 - May 1978

SSKM Hospital, Calcutta

Prof N Chaudhuri, J Mitra

House Officer Posts May 1976 - April 1977

NRS Medical College, Calcutta, Prof B N Chakravarty, K M Gun.

PREVIOUS APPOINTMENT-I was working as a locum consultant in St. Michael’s Hospital in Bristol since August 2009.I did special clinics in Colposcopy,2 every week in addition to my routine duties of general clinics and gynaecology operating lists.

I did gynaecology ultrasound sessions in addition to my special interests.

I was extensively involved in teaching the trainees and medical students and participated in the monthly CIN meetings & colposcopy audits.


I have worked in Derriford Hospital as Locum Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology from 15/1208 till the end of June 2009.This hospital has 4.600 deliveries and also a very busy gynaecology unit.I did 1in4 Week-on- service sessions in this hospital in addition to Colposcopy, gynae outpatients and antenatal clinics.I also had 2 theatre lists per week,one major list and 1 minor day-case list.

I devoted a lot of time to teaching the medical students and the junior trainees in addition.


I was working in Leeds General Infirmary and St.James’s University Hospital as senior registrar from 1/10/07.My CCT date was on 7/4/08.I am mainly involved in doing supervision on Labour ward and training the juniors appropriately in obstetrics i.e fetal blood sampling, instrumental deliveries, conducting skill drills and also resuscitation techniques.I do gynaecology clinics in St.James’s University Hospital and theatre sessios and weekly colposcopy clinics are an integral part of my job plan.

In St. James,s I work on the senior registrar rota of 1 in 7 weekdays and 1in 5 weekends.

I am also writing an article on an interesting case I dealt with in Hull Royal Infirmary, which I shall be sending to BJOG for publication.


I was working as a Final Year SpR in Hull Royal Infirmary. This is perhaps the best institution in this country that I have worked so far. The Obstetrics & Gynaecology unit is a unique blend of Consultants with different special interests but are essentially integrated in one main theme –and that is time devoted to the Trainees and training them with love and tremendous affection!

You meet any consultant at the corridors and they just stop you to ask whether you need any help with your audit,or a publication that you are planning to submit, or whether you need to go and speak to any one of them regarding any problem or shortcoming. They are ALWAYS available & accessible and will go out of their way to help trainees in every which way.

I have worked with Mr. Stephen Lindow & Professor Killick for six months and then I worked with Mr. Gandhi in urogynaecology.I performed a large number of major and minor gynaecological surgical procedures for benign disease independently mainly because of a very high turnover and also as part of waiting list initiative programmes.

Hull is a busy unit with 5,500 deliveries and also has a very busy acute gynaecology set up with a very high incidence of ectopic pregnancies.I did perhaps the largest number of laparoscopic ectopics in this hospital.

I cannot thank them enough for the support and encouragement that I have received from them and at the same time they have made absolutely objective assessments of the work that I have done; the balance of encouragement and criticism whenever & wherever required.

I am writing a paper with Mr. Lindow on Changing Patterns in Obstetric Intervention .

I remain and will always remain immensely grateful to them all my life.


I was working in Bradford Royal Infirmary in the last year of my training towards my CCST which is due in June 2007.This hospital is a tertiary hospital with 6000 deliveries per year. Besides being busy, it is an academic centre of excellence, with all consultants actively involved in advanced scientific research and also dedicated towards training and teaching junior staff in the department. I am completing the final part of my special skilled module on Labour Ward Leadership and am hoping to gain some more expertise in Maternal Medicine as well. I am rostered to do independent Colposcopy clinics in addition to the routine operating sessions and gynaecology and antenatal clinics.


I was appointed as Specialist Registrar Year 5 by the Yorkshire Deanery and joined Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Trust on the 2nd of February 2005.I was placed at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and joined a team of 8 SpRs. We worked in a full- shift system.

The Consultants in this unit are:

Mr. B.A. Onyeka MRCOG

Mr. James Campbell FRCOG

Miss. K. Bhabra FRCOG

Mr. R. Abraham MRCOG

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary has 2,800 deliveries annually and has a well integrated maternity & gynaecology unit. The neo-natal unit has Level 2 facilities and has close interaction with Delivery Suite.

My Special skilled Module is Leadership on Labour Ward for which I was working under the Preceptorship of Dr Shona Hamilton across both sites i.e. HRI as well as in Calderdale.

I worked with Dr. Hamilton all day every Thursday and this involved reviewing “Risk Management” strategies and dealing with Clinical Incidents in addition to direct Labour ward supervision and assisting juniors during caesarean sections and instrumental deliveries.

I am currently training to do “Root Cause Analysis” under Dr Hamilton’s able guidance which is indeed a novel experience and very inspiring.

At Huddersfield I was working with Mr. Campbell and was very happy as a team-man. The outpatient clinics and gynae operating lists were a real pleasure, working with him. He conferred a great deal of trust and responsibility onto me and I feel privileged regarding this.

I have taken up the job of Administrative SpR already and am organising the Rota and the Tutorials within the department

I have also been asked by Mr Onyeka to organise the skill drills and CTG update sessions for the junior doctors.


Previous Appointment

Staff Grade

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Dewsbury & District Hospital

Halifax Road


WF13 4HS

I started my work on 01.11.1998. The Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department of this 650 bedded modern District Hospital has 35 Obstetrics and 18 Gynaecology beds and deals with approximately 3,500 deliveries every year. It is managed by a separate Obstetrics and Gynaecology Directorate.

My post was one of great responsibility & challenges. I had independent clinics, major and minor theatres and was doing one scanning session per week as I was working to complete the obstetric ultrasound module. I frequently did “Third on call” sessions for Labour ward & acutes when consultants were away. I was responsible to train the SHOs and registrars in instrumental delivery and Caesarean sections. I did one colposcopy session every Friday. In each clinic I saw and treated an average of 4 new patients and 3 follow- ups. The LLETZ and cold coagulation techniques were all performed at the out patient setting with minimal complications. I also did urogynaecology clinics with Dr K Fishwick. I managed a High risk obstetric clinic with Dr. Thomas, the new feto-maternal consultant.

My training in Dewsbury has mainly been under Mr Trehan & Mr Thomlinson. I have gained wide experience in minimally invasive surgery including LAVH, adhesiolysis, ovarian drilling & surgery for ectopic pregnancies.

The rota for the junior doctors and the bulk of the teaching was organised by me. Monitoring labour ward practices and teaching the midwives was also a major part of my curriculum. I took a major role in formulating guidelines on “Post-partum Collapse” and its audit tool.



Dr K Fishwick MRCOG

Mrs T A Tariq FRCOG

Dr Anwar MRCOG

Dr M.Thomas FRCOG Dr Adekunle MRCOG

I was actively involved in presenting interesting cases & “near misses” in Clinical Risk management meetings as well as participating in “skill drills.

I have presented various audit results including that of gynaecological morbidity, post partum haemorrhage & Decision to delivery time interval in Caesarean sections. Part of my duties included an active involvement in organising the teaching programme of the department. I was also involved in providing teaching to middle grade and junior doctors. This I provided both in the setting of the seminar room and the operating theatre.

Previous Appointment

Specialist Registrar

Harrogate District Hospital




Mr M C Oakley

Dr L C Kidd

This hospital has 2,800 deliveries per year. The academic meetings were held every Wednesday afternoon and interesting case presentations, perinatal morbidity were discussed. Dr Kidd is the Clinical Tutor and took keen interest in the progress of the trainees. The gynaecological theatre work - load is ample and adequate and I, as Registrar, have had the opportunity to do two theatre lists every week on my own. Ultrasound and urogynaecology are the two other departments where I was able to spend time in my free afternoons.



I can do confidently and run the ante, intra and post partum care of routine pregnancies. I also have an active interest in the management of high risk and complicated pregnancies. This requires of me an involvement in the foetal assessment department, and surgical involvement in complicated deliveries including elective and emergency Caesarean sections, breech and twins. Of particular interest to me in high- risk pregnancies is the management of pregnancy- induced hypertension.

I have specialised in the field of performing Instrumental deliveries, specially manual rotation& forceps deliveries. I have already performed at least 500 vaginal breech deliveries and always have been called from clinics whenever there is an undiagnosed breech about to deliver.

I have indeed performed quite a few internal podalic version & breech extractions in twins quite successfully, much to the satisfaction of my educational supervisors.

The specialist procedures I have been involved in include the undertaking of amniocentesis and chorion villus sampling. Other involvement includes the management of ladies suffering recurrent miscarriages. This has been undertaken at St James’ Hospital under Professor Walker and Mrs Jane Shillito who run a clinic dedicated to this problem.


My gynaecological experience is broad and includes the management of infertility, assisted pregnancy, gynaecological oncology and menstrual problems etc. I have gained some of this experience in India but have had the valuable opportunity of extending this experience in the departments at St James’ Hospital and Dewsbury District Hospital.

I have been an accredited Colposcopist with the BSCCP since July 2000. I was the only and the first official colposcopist in Dewsbury & District Hospital from 1999 to 2001.

Throughout my career I have been involved in cervical screening programmes and have thus gained extensive experience in the colposcopic assessment of women. I have therefore also performed numerous ablative procedures for intra epithelial neoplasia as well as LLETZ biopsy.

I was a senior colposcopist in Bradford Royal Infirmary during my Year4/5 training and undertook the bulk of the “See& Treat” procedures in that hospital while I was training. I also took part in the MDTs for the same.

Regarding other pathologies such as menstrual disturbances, endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy, I have routinely been involved in the assessment and management of them. This has included both medical manipulation and operative intervention such as diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopy, hysteroscopy and hysterectomy.

I worked with Mr.A.K.Trehan for two years continuously and have done several laparoscopic adhesiolyses, laparoscopic ectopics independently after an initial period of supervision.

Later on, in Hull royal Infirmary I had the privilege to work with Proffessor Killick and Mr. Kevin Phillips which gave me even wider and extensive experience in that field.

In my tenure of 6 years as Staff Grade I had already performed 800 major surgeries in Dewsbury Hospital alone. Mr.Hunter, who is the Clinical Lead in Pontefract & Pinderfields and who is a gynaecological on cologist, sent all his benign gynae surgical referrals who I had the privilege to operate upon.

Urogynaecological problems have been an interest that I have recently developed at St James’ Hospital. I have thus gained an understanding of the importance of accurate investigation of these problems and their appropriate surgical management. Operative experience. I have gained include colposuspension and bladder buttress procedures.

In Hull Royal Infirmary recently, I worked with Mr.Gandhi and did the Urodynamics clinic mostly on my own .I have since then performed 20 TOTs and have done several prolapse surgeries, some with Apogee/Perigee mesh as well.

Under Mrs V Sharma, I have gained experience in the management of infertility. This involved investigation of primary and secondary infertility and the institution and monitoring of therapies directed to their correction. Inclusive in this has been the monitoring of patients requiring IVF treatment and its complications. I have also been involved with the assisted conception unit at St James’ in dealing with patients who required IUI.


I have performed a comparative audit of the differing presentation of pelvic inflammatory disease in Leeds and Jamshedpur, India. The populations I studied were those presenting to the principal hospitals for treatment. My principal findings were that in India multiparous and chronic PID requiring complex operative procedures were the norm for presentation. In contrast in the United Kingdom acute and nulliparous PID was a presenting feature. I concluded that these findings reflected early diagnostic and better health care facilities in the United Kingdom. Although the situation in India is improving there is a still inadequate resources to address the issue.

In a population of 35 patients including those who suffered pregnancy induced hypertension and chronic hypertension placental bed biopsies were obtained and correlated with clinical outcome of the mother and the baby. It was found that the extent of infarction of the vascular bed reflected poor foetal growth in utero and poor clinical status at birth. We also identified that the absence of early trophoblastic invasion into the myometrial and decidual spiral arterioles in pregnancy induced hypertension. This has suggested the aetiological feature may be inadequate placentation.

I performed the Audit on Severe Hypertension in Pregnancy as part of the Yorkshire Regional Audit in Harrogate in March 1998. These were discussed at the Critical Care Obstetrics meeting in Leeds.


On the 22nd of April 2004, I presented the latest audit on Decision to delivery time in emergency Caesarean section and compared with the national data, which tallied in the range of 40-50 minutes as average time, which did not compromise fetal outcome.


1995 Basic ultrasound course in St James’ Hospital

1996 Hysteroscopy course in St James’ Hospital

1996Laparoscopy Course St James’ Hospital

1996 Basic Colposcopy Course – St James’ Hospital

1997 Yorkshire Critical Care Obstetrics course for PIH

1997 Advanced Ultrasound Course - St James’ Hospital Leeds

1998 Yorkshire Critical Care Obstetrics Meeting - Leeds

1998 British Congress of Obstetrics & Gynaecology - Harrogate

1998Colposcopy Course – Leeds

1999BSCCP Annual Meeting

2000BSCCP Annual Meeting, Birmingham

2001Critical Care in Obstetrics Meeting, Leeds

2001 BSCCP Annual Meeting, Harrogate

2002 Critical Care in Obstetrics Meeting- Leeds

2003 BSCCP Annual Meeting, Manchester

2004 Obstetric Ultrasound Meeting, RCOG.

2005 Annual BSCCP meeting, Edinburgh

2006 Management and leadership skills, Leeds,

Annual BSCCP meeting, Excel centre, London, 29/3/06 to 31/3/06

MOET Course 14/5/07 to16/5/07-Passed the course.

2008-Feto- maternal meeting in Leeds.

2008-North of England Meeting-St.James’ University Hospital,Leeds.

2009-BSCCP Annual meeting-Dublin,6th-8th May.

2010-Colposcopy Regional Meeting-Bristol

2011- Regional Meeting in Obstetrics,Banbury

2012-Annual BSCCP Meeting,Gateshead


1. 1991 : National Conference “Placental Bed Biopsies in Hypertensive

of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Pregnancies”

2. 1992 : All India Steel Medical “Intensive Care Management in Eclampsia”

Officers Conference

3. 1993: All India Steel Medical “Maternal and Foetal Outcome in Placental

Officers Conference Abruption”

4. 1993: National Conference “Perinatal outcome in IUGR”

5. 1995: Forum of Overseas Doctors “Management of 50 cases of Eclampsia in

RCOG London India”

6. 1996: Royal College Meeting “Comparative Audit of Pelvic Inflammatory

New Delhi, India Disease”

7. 2006: RCOG Meeting, Workshop & Skill drills in Obstetric

Jamshedpur, India Emergencies on 25/02/06. Won the

“Best Workshop” award at that meeting.

8. 2006- RCOG Meeting “Risk Management in Obstetrics” on 3/3/06

Kolkata, India


2006 HRT and the endometrium – published on TOG ONLINE. Sep 2006-09-11

1989 Cerebral Malaria and Pregnancy Outcome

Bihar Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

1991 Ectopic Pregnancy - Vagaries in Presentation

Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology


Major Procedures Assisted Individually Performed

Caesarean Section 450 2010

Forceps delivery -- 918

Abdominal Hysterectomy 355 620

Vaginal Hysterectomy 220 456

Posterior Repair 375 483

Anterior Repair 303 491

Laparotomy 72 91

Colposuspension 12 5

LAVH 20 9

TOT 15 20

Minor Procedures

Laparoscopy 342 556

Hysteroscopy 270 501

Evacuations 92 601

LLETZ Biopsy 350 656


19/02/07-21/02/07-Conducted Yorkshire Modular Training meeting for Year 4/5 SpRs,

at Hull Royal Infirmary,

8/7/05- Conducted an all-day session on “Haemorrhage & IUD” for SpR 2 & SpR3s at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.

21/9/05-Taught at Modular Training at Calderdale Royal Hospital for SpR 2&3-“Endometriosis-Pain & Management

21/03/06-Again appointed to teach at Modular Training in Calderdale Royal Hospital.

19/2/07-23/2/07-Conducted Modular Training for Sprs 2&3-Had very good feedback, arranged Debates & panel discussions etc.

Apart from this, I regularly teach SHO,s & Registrars on Delivery Suite and Antenatal & Gynaecology clinics.

Participated in SHO & Registrar teaching programme in Bradford, lectures on menorrhagia, endometriosis and Domestic Violence etc.


My main aim is to secure a permanent consultant position in the NHS setting.I would continue my favourite involvement in teaching junior trainees & students and would always keep that in my work curriculum.

My aims are to develop and extend my academic and research skills. Together with this I would like to broaden my clinical experience and achieve a greater degree of expertise. Specifically I would like to publish a MS thesis.

I was awarded two discretionary points on 07/04/2003 for my performance in Dewsbury hospital in the last two years of my work there.I look forward to getting some merit awards with a little bit of luck!


I have a special interest in Indian Classical Music and perform as a Solo Vocalist at public venues.


Mr.Stuart Canty

Senior Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Horton Hospital



Mr.M.S.Mills MD FRCOG,

Lead Doctor,

Dept.of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

St. Michael’s Hospital,Southwell Street,

Bristol,BS2 8EG.


MR.Stephen Lindow MD FRCOG

Senior Consultant & Perinatologist

Hull Royal Infirmary,Hull.

HU3 2JZ telephone: 014**-******



Mr A K Trehan

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist FRCOG

Dewsbury District Hospital

Healds Road


WF13 4HS


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