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Prof. Richard Hindley

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"Professor Richard Hindley is a Consultant Urological Surgeon & Clinical Lead for Urology at Hampshire Hospitals. Having qualified in Scotland at the University of Dundee, Richard spent his initial surgical training in Brighton before embarking on 6 years specialist Urology training based in the South Thames training region. This included 2 years at King’s Hospital before passing his final surgical exams and travelling to Brisbane for a laparoscopic urology fellowship in 2003. He was also awarded an MSc in Urology for his research in bladder dysfunction in 1999.

Pr Hindleyhas introduced cutting edge treatments to Hampshire Hospitals, including Greenlight Laser in 2005 and most recently the Rezum procedure in 2017, for which he was instrumental in the pathway of NICE approval. He is the leading surgeon in the UK for this procedure and has performed over 400 cases. He has very much been at the forefront of treatments for benign and malignant conditions of the prostate. His focus is on reducing the side effects of treatments, including the preservation of sexual function.

He is also a recognised expert in prostate cancer diagnosis & focal treatment using technologies such as HIFU and Cryotherapy. Furthermore, Richard is also a very experienced laparoscopic renal surgeon and is now using the Da Vinci robot for the treatment of kidney conditions.

Richard enjoys teaching and training and has helped to introduce laparoscopy, HIFU, Greenlight laser surgery and Rezum to centres around the UK. He has a large research portfolio and is currently recruiting over 50 patients per year to prostate related clinical trials..."

Source ; 9 Harley Street

Winchester, United Kingdom
Urology
English

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Work Experience

Consultant Urological Surgeon & Clinical Lead Department of Urology
Since 2005
NHS Trust Foundation, Hampshire Hospitals, UK
Specialist Adviser
NICE’s Interventional Procedures Programme

Education

MD
University of Dundee, Scotland, UK
Urology
South Thames Region., UK
Fellowship, Laparoscopic Urology
2003
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Pubmed

Assessment of Return to Baseline Urinary and Sexual Function Following Primary Focal Cryotherapy for Nonmetastatic Prostate Cancer.
2019
European urology focus Read it here A Multicentre Analysis of the Detection of Clinically Significant Prostate Cancer Following Transperineal Image-fusion Targeted and Nontargeted Systematic Prostate Biopsy in Men at Risk.
2019
European urology oncology Read it here Comparison of Transrectal Ultrasound Biopsy to Transperineal Template Mapping Biopsies Stratified by Multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging Score in the PROMIS Trial.
2019
The Journal of urology Read it here

Professional Associations

Medical Research Council’s PROMIS trial committee Member

Honors

Visiting Professor of Knowledge Exchange Winchester University, Health & Wellbeing Research Group, UK.
2018