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19 Harley St, London, W1G 9QJ, UK

MR AHMED MEDHAT HUSSIEN

MB BCh, MSc, FRCS, FRCS ( Neuro.Surg )

Mr Hussein trained in Neurosurgery in South Thames rotation including King’s College Hospital, and Atkins
Morley Hospital. He also worked at the Spinal Unit in Nottingham. He obtained his CCST in neurosurgery in 2002 and he is on the Specialist register. He has a Master Degree, and he is currently doing a Master Degree in Health Informatics. He has done Consultant neurosurgeon jobs. He is currently working with the Spinal orthopedic team at ST Marys and HJE.

Mr Hussein is a neurosurgeon who has extensive experience in all aspects of Spinal surgery including trauma, degenerative disorders, infection, and tumour. He has particular interest in degenerative spine both in the lumbar and cervical spine.

QUALIFICATIONS: MBBCh, MSc, FRCS (GLASGOW), FRCS(Surgical Neurology) :

1. Specialist Register 2002
2. FRCS (Surg. Neurol) Intercollegiate Board in Neurosurgery 2000
3. FRCS ( Glasgow ) Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow 1993
4. M.Sc (Surgery) Cairo University 1989
5. MBBCh Cairo University 1983

DISTINCTIONS / PRIZES:

Secondary School: Graduated 5th in my year with an overall mark of 94%.
Medical School 1-Graduated with honours degree
2-Physiology Essay Prize
3-Distinction in Surgery
4-Distinction in Forensic medicine

SUB-SPECILATY COURSES AND CONFERENCES

1. The Annual London Imperial Spine Course, Royal College of Surgeons of England. 6-8 March 2013.
2. Kyphoplasty course. Vienna. October 2012.
3. The Annual London Imperial Spine Course, Royal College of Surgeons of England. 7-9 March 2012.
4. Current Debates in Spinal Surgery. Stratford, UK, 8th-9th July 2010.
5. Evolution of Spinal Neurosurgery. University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire. March 2010.
6. Neuro-Trauma Study Day. University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire. March 2010.
7. Neuro-Oncology Symposium. University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire. October 2009.
8. 360 Degree Fusion. Bordeaux. France. October 2009.
9. C1-C2 Fusion, Live surgery. Germany. November 2008.
10. Cervical Learning Centre: Treating Extremes; Cervical Spine Tumour, Trauma, Spinal Cord Injury and Post-traumatic Deformity. Professor Jurgen Harms. Germany. 6th-8th October 2008.
11. Spine 2008. The 15th Spinal Surgery Course. Imperial College & Brunel University, London. 1st-3rd October 2008.
12. Challenges in Neurosurgery, Innovations in Neuro and Spine Surgery. 12-13 June 2008, Sweden.
13. HRC Locking Cervical Cage. Eurospine. Paris, 4-5 November 2007
14. XIII Teesside Spine Symposium. Successful Spinal Surgery. Professor C Greenough. Guisborough 8th-9th March 2007.
15. Passionate About Spine Course. Chewton Glen. DePuy Spine.6th-10th June 2006.
16. Treating Extremes- Challenging Surgery in the Cranio-Cervical, Cervical, Cervico-Thoracic Spine. Professor Jurgen Harms. Germany 6th-8th February 2006.
17. Spine 2004 Week, Porto, Portugal May 2004
18. British Spine meeting, Nottingham, April 2004
19. European Cervical Spine Research Society, London , June 2000
20. Low Back Pain (1991), South Cleveland Hospital, Middlesborough
21. Management of Pain (1991), South Cleveland Hospital, Middlesborough.

GENERAL COURSES AND CONFERENCES

22. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS). June 2012. Switzerland.
23. Integra 4th Optimized Resection of Gliomas Course. Lyon, France. August 2011.
24. Mandatory Training. University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire. February 2011.
25. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS). September 2010. London.
26. Mandatory Training. University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire. June 2010.
27. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS). April 2009, Birmingham.
28. Induction Training for Educational Supervisors. Cardiff University. School of postgraduate medical and dental education. September 2008.
29. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS). April 2008, Liverpool.
30. Consultant Communication Session. Cofen Coed Hospital. 28th February 2008.
31. Delivering Bad News, and Discussion End of Life Decisions. An Evidence Based Workshop. Wembley Stadium. 4th February 2008.
32. Consultant Appraisal and Revalidation in Surgery. Royal College of Surgeons of England. London. 23rd of January 2008
33. Controversies in Neurosurgery, Symposium II. 29th-30th November 2007.Buckinghamshire.
34. Mentoring Training for Consultant. Morriston Hospital. May 2006.
35. Maintaining and Improving Clinical Performance in Surgery. Royal College of Surgeons of England. London. 15th March 2006
36. Managing Difficult People. Health Courses and Career Update. Cardiff. October 2005.
37. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS). Torquay. September 2005.
38. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS), Belfast April 2003.
39. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS), University of Durham, Stockton , August 2002.
40. Generic Curriculum Course “ Communications skills ” Leicester, June 2002-07-08
41. Generic Curriculum Course “ Teaching and Learning” Nottingham, June 2002-07-08
42. Management Course, Sheffield , June 2002
43. British Neurosurgical Research Group, Nottingham, April 2002
44. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS) , Winchester . August 2000.
45. Brain Tumour Symposium, Queen Square Hospital, Nov (1999 )
46. SENA ( South East Neuroscience Association ) 1999, Medical School, King’ College Hospital, London
47. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS) 1998, Sheffield
48. Neurosurgical Fellowship Course ( 1998 ), Royal London Hospital
49. Management Course ( 1998 ), King’s College Hospital, Canterbury
50. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS), Cambridge, April 1997
51. Acoustic Neuroma Symposium (1994), Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospital.
52. Advanced Trauma Life Support Course (ATLS) (1994) Royal College of Surgeons of England.
53. Society of British Neurological Surgeons Meeting (SBNS), Nottingham, April 1993
54. Final FRCS Course (1992), Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
55. Audit (1992), Manchester University, Royal College of Surgeons of England.
56. DVT Prophylaxis Symposium (1992), South Cleveland Hospital, Middlesborough.

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