To date I have gained experience in all aspects of urological surgery and chronic disease management and oncology in Urology. I have also got experience in academia and have had the role of lecturer at St George’s Medical School where I have prepared delivered courses at undergraduate and post graduate levels. I have interest in research and hope to continue getting involved in research projects and publishing in peer review journals.
In my specialist registrar training I have gained experience in new technologies such as Robotics, laser prostate surgery, brachytherapy and High Intensity Focussed Ultrasound therapy for prostate cancer, and laser treatment for stone disease. In Andrology I have worked with one of Europe’s most respected surgeons Mr David Ralph and have learnt how to perform penile implant procedures, reconstructive procedures and surgical correction of infertility.
I have obtained my certificate of completion of training in both General practice and Urology. I have had a lot of experience in Medical Education both at undergraduate and Postgraduate Levels.
I have had experience in Medical Management and Leadership. I have organised and supervised projects in West Africa renovating medical facilities and supplying essential medication to third world countries.
I am head of the andrology and sexual Health in our department of Urology at Clemaneceau medical centre. I have a private clinic in Beirut where I do a lot of my stem cell work to treat penile disorders and erectile dysfunction. I recently completed a study on the safety and efficacy of Fillers in Penile augmentation and presented the work at the recent world congress of aesthetics in Monaco. I also use fillers for female genital rejuvenation and augmentation.
2010 – Diploma in Andrology (Sexual Healath and infertility) and Reconstructive Urology - University College Hospital, London, UK.
2009 – Fellow of European Board of Urology
2008 – Brachytherapy – University Hospital Surrey, Guildford, UK.
2008 – Genital Malignancy – University College Hospital, London, UK.
2007 – Laparoscopic surgery – Institute of Urology, London, UK.
2007 – HIFU for prostate cancer – Institute of Urology, London, UK.
2007 – Diploma in Hospital Management & Leadership – Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK.
2006 – Female Urology – Institute of Urology, London, UK.
2006 – Greenlight and HoLep – Institute of Urology, London, UK.
2005 – Docturate in Surgery (PHD) – University of London, London, UK.
2004 – Diploma in Ultrasound for Urologists – Portsmouth Uiniversity, UK.
2004 – Certificate in Urodynamics – Bristol Institute of Urology, Bristol, UK.
2001 – Diploma in Urology – Institute of Urology, London, UK.
2001 – Member of Royal College of General Practitioners - London, UK.
2000 – Certificate in Medical Education – St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK.
2000 – Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons in General Surgery – London, UK.
1997 – Trauma life support – Royal college of Surgeons, London, UK.
1996 – Cardiac Life support - Royal college of Surgeons, London, UK.
1995 – Diploma of Doctor of Medicine – University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff.
Fellow of European board of Urology
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons
Member of Royal College General Practitioners
Clemenceau Medical Center
Number 10 Harley street - London UK
- Consultant urologist and andrologist genitourinary surgery, sexual dysfunction and infertility, genital aesthetics ( male and female genital augmentation)
Research & Clinical Interest
Khadra A, Alkabir J. MRCS Core Modules: Essential Revison Notes. PASTEST 1998
Khadra A, Oakshott P. General practice perspective on cancer services. Family Practice 2001; 18(4): 463-464.
Khadra A, Cappuccio F. Understanding health risks associated with ethnic groups- People of African origin. Pulse 2001; 61(35): 52-53.
Khadra A, Cappuccio F. Understanding health risks associated with ethnic groups- People of South Asian origins. Pulse 2001; 61(37): 60-61.
Khadra A, Oakshott P. Pilot study of Testicular Cancer awareness and Testicular self- examination in men attending two South London general practices. Family Practice 2002; 19(3): 294-296.
Khadra A, Ogden J, Ambrose L. A questionnaire study of GP
- Lebanese order of Physicians.
- General Medical Council, UK.
- European Urological Association.
- British Association of Urological Surgeons.
- Medical Protection Society.
Achievement & Recognition
1993 – Medical Research Council Elective Award - Roger Fund for Elective Study
1993 – Roussel Medical Elective Prize
1994 – Physician in Wales Prize - Best Elective Research project (Pfizer Award)
1993 – Zenecca (ICI) travel grant - Electives in Gambia
1993 – 3M Health Care Award - For Elective project in Gambia
2000 – Clair Wand Fund (BMA) - Research project on Testicular Cancer
2000 – Cancer Prevention Research Trust - Research Project on Testicular Cancer
2001 – Prostate Research Campaign UK - Research project on Prostatitis (PHD)
2005 – Best Poster for clinical research - British Prostate Group Conference 2005
2009 – Clinical excellence award for patient care - University of London Hospital
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