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Mentors for SAS & LE Doctors

The urologists listed below have agreed to offer one-to-one mentoring for BAUS members who are SAS doctors & LEDs, as required. A photo and a brief biography has been provided for each individual, together with contact details.

Email contact details have also been provided for other doctors who are helping with this mentoring project.


Nitin Shrotri, Chair of the SAS@BAUS Working Group, published the following information for BAUS members on 23 October 2021:

" After an informal first year, we now see the launch of a more formal pilot for the SAS@BAUS project. This is scheduled to run from 1 November 2021 to 30 April 2022, with 30 mentees being guided by helpful mentors who are giving up their own valuable, personal time.

" As of now, most mentees are working towards the CESR, which will help Urology fill in the many Consultant vacancies nationally with accredited candidates. Initial mentorship lasts six months but will be extendable, as required, since this can be potentially a long and slow journey requiring plenty of patience. In future, this should extend help and support for professional development to any SAS or LED colleague who is a BAUS member.

" Monthly meetings will be held between mentors and mentees, and each of them will give anonymous feedback. This will be collated and the results fed back at the next BAUS Annual meeting in June 2022 by one Mentor and one Mentee.

" Monthly webinars will run from 19:00 to 20:00hr on the third Wednesday of each month, from December to April, on topics of relevance. The first webinar will be run on 24 November 2021 by Consultant Urologist Ms Tharani Nitkunan who will talk about the “Changes to CESR for Urology”. Miss Nikita Bhatt will speak at the second one on “Collaborative Research with BURST” on 15 December 2021. The first webinar for 2022 will be "How to write an abstract" with Professor Bhaskar Somani on 19 January 2022.

" In addition to mentorship, some colleagues have agreed to provide further help in areas of their chosen interests e.g. publications, exams etc, so they can support mentors & mentees in these particular areas where extra effort, added focus or new contacts are needed.

" There is also a small “bank” of Consultant and SAS colleagues who have offered their time to help in brainstorming sessions.

" We look forward to the launch of the pilot, its progress and an outcome from the feedback, with lessons to be learnt, and we are immensely grateful to everyone involved for their help. "


Mentors

PLEASE NOTE: Members of the SAS Working Group are also available for mentoring advice

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Mohamed Abd Al Azeez Consultant at Mid and South Essex University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Haitham Abdel Moteleb Consultant at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
Omar Al-Mula Abed Consultant at Royal Blackburn Hospital
Alvaro Bazo Associate Specialist at Nottingham City Hospital, Notts
Arshad Bhat Consultant at Hereford County Hospital
Khaled Hosny Locum Consultant at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Gokul KandaSwamy Consultant at Morriston Hospital, Swansea
Hassan Khan Consultant at Airedale Hospital, West Yorks
Murthy Kusuma Consultant at Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford.
Vinodh Murali International Training Fellow at Royal Stoke University Hospital
Mehwash Nadeem Consultant at South Tees NHS Foundation Trust
Ajay Pahuja Consultant at Belfast City Hospital
Prashant Patel Consultant at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust
Rickaz Raheem Speciality Doctor at Milton Keynes University Hospital
Shahzad Shah Consultant at Watford General Hospital

Mohamed Yehia Abdallah 

Consultant at Wrexham Maelor Hospital & RCS Surgical Tutor

Leads for specific areas

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Mentee representatives Sanjit Das: Associate Specialist at Yeovil District Hospital
Selvan Masilamani: Locum Consultant at New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton 
BAUS-related issues Siraj Natalwala: Associate Specialist at Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield
FRCS Urol exam Rickaz Raheem:  Speciality Doctor at Milton Keynes Hospital
Publications (surgical) Gokul Kwanda Swamy: Consultant at Morriston Hospital, Swansea
Khaled Hosny: Locum Consultant at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals
Experience Vishwanath Hanchanale: Consultant at Liverpool University Hospitals
Informal contract issues Adrian Simoes: Associate Specialist at Kent & Canterbury Hospital
BAUS website contacts Alvaro Bazo: Associate Specialist at Kings Mill Hospital, Notts
Nigel Bullock: BAUS Website Editor in Cambridge
GMC guidance Shabi Ahmad: Consultant at Sandwell District General Hospital

Senior Mentor Group

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Bruce Montgomery Retired Consultant, Frimley Health
Mehwash Nadeem Consultant at South Tees NHS Foundation Trust
Nitin Shrotri Chair of the SAS / LE Doctors Working Group
Tim O'Brien President of BAUS; Consultant at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital
Siraj Natalwala Associate Specialist at Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield

Supporting SAS Doctors/Consultants

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Shikohe Masood Consultant at Medway Maritime Hospital, Gillingham
Mo Sahu Consultant at Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust 
George Fowlis Consultant at Highgate Private Hospital, London
Odunayo Kalejaiye Consultant at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Faijaz Kapasi Consultant at Eastbourne District General Hospital
SS Murali Associate Specialist at Lincoln County Hospital

BAUS administrative support

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Beverly Tomkins Administrative Assistant, BAUS @ the Royal College of Surgeons

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