Prof. Charles Vincent, Centre for Patient Safety & Service Quality (CPSSQ), To define reliable quantitative and qualitative methods of measuring aspects of safety and performance within surgical practice.
Dr Paul Aylin, Dr Foster Unit, Imperial College, Analysis of epidemiology, performance and outcome markers from routinely collected database (Hospital Episode Statistics).
Laparoscopy for Small Bowel Obstruction, St Mark’s hospital, Harrow, 2011
Who Should get a Pouch?, British Society of Gastroenterology, Birmingham, 2011
Pouch Surgery: Does volume Matter?, Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland, Birmingham, 2011
National Outcome in Colorectal Surgery, International Colorectal Forum, Verbier,( Switzerland), 2010
Economics of Diverticular Disease, Royal Society of Medicine, London, 2009
Economics of Enhanced Recovery, St Marks Hospital, Harrow, 2009
Laparoscopic colorectal surgery – economic sense for the NHS?, Laparoscopic colorectal surgery in Northern Ireland, Culloden Hotel, Belfast, 2008
Research Student Supervision
Almoudaris,A, Defining High Performance in Surgery
Burns,E, An assessment of Performance and Quality in Colorectal Surgery
Mamidanna,R, An investigation into Morbidity and Mortality following Gastrointestinal Resection