Caring for Women with Endometriosis & Adenomyosis
Endometriosis Clinics in London and Surrey
OUR PATIENTS SAY
Gynaecologist and Laparoscopic Surgeon
Mr. Shaheen Khazali
Shaheen has dedicated his career almost exclusively to endometriosis surgery and education. He is internationally renowned for his expertise in the field and is invited regularly to lecture at international
conferences on the topic. He is certainly one of busiest endometriosis surgeons in the UK and perhaps Europe.A significant proportion of his patients are tertiary referrals from other gynaecologists or have travelled far for their treatment.
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Congratulations to Dr Thakar, our next president of the Royal College of Obs and Gyn. Absolutely delighted.Read More
@mmiraldo Another very valid point. We should all make an effort to make role models from all backgrounds visible in places like this. This is the way we build sustainable inclusivity. There was no intentional exclusion but it was a missed opportunity. Sadly didn’t cross my mind.Read More
@DrJoMorrison1 @jesspreshaw You have very valid points Jo. I agree entirely with both points. This has been the main learning for me. Even though I am responsible for inviting only two of the faculty, the truth is that it didn't even cross my mind that this is a problem and I should raise it. Lesson learnt.Read More
@violaangelini Of course. Some of the leading experts in the field are women. Some of the most inspiring lectures I have listened to were by women.Read More
@caitskirby I had not seen this. Thank you. Very interesting. Need to read it properly.Read More
When I was invited, along with three other UK based colleagues, to organise the EEL London masterclass on #endometriosis, I was delighted to accept. I then invited another two colleagues based on my network and their expertise and availability.Read More
And thanks to those who raised this important issue of lack of inclusivity on panels, it is one that I am fully behind. There was absolutely no intention to exclude women, I’m very proud to work with excellent female and male #endometriosis experts.Read More
Having Patient representatives on panels making decisions or advising on policy is crucial but it doesn’t make any sense for a course aimed at surgeons who have already decided they want to dedicate their careers to helping women with #endometriosisRead More
There seems to have been a very big misunderstanding by some, thinking this is a “panel”. It is not. It is a course, a masterclass in #endometriosis surgical techniques, aimed at gynaecologists who want to improve their skills and learn a few tips.Read More
I will come back to this point as it is, I believe, the crucial one and don’t make any apologies for going on about it. Let’s deal with the concerns raised.Read More