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Dr. Tamsin Greenwell, MD, MD, FRCS (Urol)

Overview

"Dr Tamsin Greenwell graduated from Manchester University, UK in 1990. She did her early surgical training in Manchester and Sheffield before moving to London for her higher urological training. Since 2002, she is Consultant Urological Surgeon and Lead for the Female, Functional and Restorative (FFR) Urology Unit at the University College London Hospital Institute of Urology

She has a special interest in female and reconstructive Urology, in particular the management of male and female urinary incontinence, uretero, vesico, or urethrovaginal fistulae, urethral diverticula in men and women, urethral stricture disease in men, and reconstruction of the bladder following its removal in the treatment of cancer and other conditions.

She also has a special interest in surgical education. She runs the MSc and Diploma in Urology courses for UCL and the pan Thames urology specialist trainees teaching programme. She is also the RCS Eng Urology Tutor charged with the development and running of skills course for consultant and trainee urological surgeons.

She is the current Clinical Lead for the development of Specialist Commissioning for Mesh Complications services and for Vesico-Vaginal Fistula services "

Source : The Institute of Urology

London, United Kingdom
Urology
English

Work Experience

Consultant Urological Surgeon University College London Hospital Institute of Urology
Since 2002
NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Clinical Lead Female, Functional & Restorative (FFR) Urology Unit University College London Hospitals
Since 2002
NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Education

Urological Training
Brighton, Guy's & Thomas's, UCLH and The Institute of Urology UK
MD
1990
Manchester University, UK

Pubmed

Ureteric reimplantation via vaginal route: a new surgical technique.
2019
Journal of surgical case reports Read it here Bulking for stress urinary incontinence in men: A systematic review.
2019
Neurourology and urodynamics Read it here The cost effectiveness of vaginal versus abdominal repair of vesicovaginal fistulae.
2019
International urogynecology journal Read it here

Professional Associations

British Association of Urological Surgeons, (BAUS) Chair, Section of Functional, Neurourology & Urodynamics British Association of Urological Surgeons, (BAUS) Director of Education