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Dr. Suzie Venn, MS, FRCS (Urol)

Overview

"Dr Suzie Venn was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester in 2000. She trained at the Royal London Hospital, with her urological training being centered at the Institute of Urology, University College London & Guys Hospital.

Here she developed her subspecialty interests in urethral stricture disease and Reconstructive Urology under Professor Mundy. She also trained under Professor Woodhouse in Adolescent & Reconstructive Urology, to join the Reconstruction Team at the Institute of Urology as a part-time consultant and honorary senior lecturer.

In 2005, Dr Venn was appointed as a consultant in Portsmouth Hospitals to lead reconstruction and adolescent surgery.At Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Suzie is the clinical lead for reconstructive surgery, male and female incontinence and paediatric and adolescent surgery..."

Source : NHS Western Sussex Hospitals

Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Urology
English

Work Experience

Head Department of Adolescent Surgery
Since 2005
Portsmouth Hospitals
Consultant Urological Surgeon & Clinical Lead St Richard's & Worthing Reconstructive Surgery, Male & Female iIcontinence & Paediatric & Adolescent Surgery.
Since 2000
NHS, Western Sussex Hospitals, UK
Consultant & Honorary Senior Lecturer Reconstruction Team Adolescent & Reconstructive Urology, Pr Woodehouse
Institute of Urology, University College, London, UK

Education

MD
Royal London Hospital, UK
FRCS (Urol)
Institute of Urology, University College London & Guys Hospital

Pubmed

Results from an international multicentre double-blind randomized controlled trial on the perioperative efficacy and safety of bipolar vs monopolar transurethral resection of the prostate.
2012
BJU international Read it here The past, present and future of augmentation cystoplasty.
2012
BJU international Read it here Routine surveillance cystoscopy for patients with augmentation and substitution cystoplasty for benign urological conditions: is it necessary?
2009
BJU international Read it here