Dr. Sabina Hussain , M.B.B.S., M.D., MRCOG
OBGYN, Gynecologic Oncology
Amersham, London, United Kingdom

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Contact Details
 
City
Amersham
State
London
Country
United Kingdom

Professional Details
 
State Licence Number/NPI
4786571
State/Board registered with
GMC UK
Specialty
OBGYN, Gynecologic Oncology
Years of experience
29
 

Education Details
 
Graduation
 
Year
1990 
Degree earned
M.B.B.S. 
Name of the university
Patna University 
Residency / Post graduation
 
Year of post-graduation
1994
Degree earned
M.D.
University/Hospital/Institute
Mumbai University 
Fellowship / Specialty Training
 
Year of fellowship
2000
Degree earned
MRCOG
University/Hospital/Institute
RCOG, London 

Other Details
 
Honors/Awards
Honours in Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry 
Affiliations
Accredited by Institute of Functional Medicine, US
Accredited by Holistic Health Medicine, London, UK
Accredited Hatha and Yin Yoga Teacher, Swami Sivananda School of Yoga and Meditation (Trivandrum, India), Swami Krishananda School of Yoga (Mysore, India), The Yoga People (London UK) 
Other professional achievements
1. “Calling for a shift – Treat the person not disease” LinkedIn Blog, 2017

2. “Envisioning the Gray’s Anatomy of future” Dr. Sabina Hussain, LinkedIn Blog, 2016

3. “Advocating The Case of a Well Woman for Health and Social Care Budgets” Dr. Sabina Hussain, Accepted for publication in RCOG magazine for the Retired Fellows and Members Oct 2015

4. “Is It Time For Health Professionals To Adopt A New Approach?” Dr. Sabina Hussain, Published in RCOG magazine for the Retired Royal College Fellows and Members July 2015.

5. “Declining Death Rates for Prostate Cancer and Trends of Incidence and Treatment in England and Wales (1975-2004): Is there a link?” - S. Hussain. The Society for Social Medicine: 52nd Annual Scientific Meeting, September 2008

6. “Secular Trends in Prostate Cancer Mortality, Incidence and Treatment in England and Wales between 1975-2004" - Sabina Hussain, David Gunnell, Jenny Donovan, Sean McPhail, Freddie Hamdy, David Neal, Peter Albertsen, Julia Verne, Peter Stephens, Caroline Trotter, Richard M Martin. BJU International, Vol 101, No 5, Mar 2008, pp 547-555

7. “Does The Masters Course Add Value To Public Health Training? Comment.” - Dr S F Hussain, Dr Kerry Bailey, Dr Selena Gray. Faculty of Public Health, June 2006

8. “Sustainable Food and the NHS: A Report for the Better Hospital Food Programme” - K. Jochelson, B Heer, S. Norwood, S. Hussain. Kings Fund, London, 2005

10. “Academic Training for Public Health Trainees: Results of a Re-Audit to Assess MSc/MPH Courses in South West Public Health Training Scheme” - Hussain S. F., Bailey K., Simmonds D, Gray S. Poster Presentation - Annual Scientific Meeting of Faculty of Public Health, 2005

11. “Progestogen-Only Pills and Blood Pressure: is there an association? A Literature Review” - S. F. Hussain. Contraception February 69 (2004), 89-97

12. “Drug Price Sources” - Key research findings and recommendations heavily cited in the policy briefing paper of Department of International Development - Access to Medicines, 2003. A Report for WHO and HAI European Drug Pricing Project

13. “SARS - an Epidemic with a Difference”: Dr S F Hussain, Dr A. Baig Daily Times Pakistan, http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_12-5-2003_pg6_18

14. “Should Brachytherapy Be Funded for Treatment of Early Prostate Cancer?” Health Policy Report for South Wiltshire Primary Care Trust with recommendations based on appraisal of evidence, views of stakeholders and current practice in the NHS, 2003

15. “An Audit of the Use of Antenatal Doppler in Epsom General Hospital” - Dr S F Hussain, Mr B W Whitlow. Poster Presentation SpROGS Meeting, 2000

16. “Comparison of Labour Outcomes for Obese and Non-Obese Women”- Dr S F Hussain. Presentation of case reviews at Hail General Hospital, Hail, Saudi Arabia, 1997

17. “Role of Transvaginal Ultrasound in the First Trimester Bleeding Per Vaginum, 1994” - Dr S F Hussain. Dissertation submitted for MRCOG to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, London and for the MD by Mumbai University, Mumbai