I have been practising obstetrics and gynaecology for over 25 years since my qualification. I have been a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2011, where I am the lead clinician for Minimal Access Gynaecological (keyhole) Surgery.
I have introduced new Advanced Minimal Access surgical procedures at Dorset County Hospital including Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Laparoscopic Resection of Endometriosis. I hold a Master’s Degree in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy from the University of Surrey. In addition, I routinely perform general gynaecological surgical procedures including abdominal and vaginal surgery.
I manage complex pregnancy, postnatal problems and childbirth including caesarean sections and instrumental deliveries.
In my role as Risk Management Lead Consultant in Obstetrics, I investigate clinical risks and medical malpractice. I also teach at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists including training doctors in laparoscopic/hysteroscopic skills and emergency obstetrics including instrumental deliveries and shoulder dystocia, and I am a Royal College examiner.
I have presented scientific research papers at both national and international meetings, and I have published articles in scientific journals in the field of minimal access surgery.
1. Thomson A.J., Shoukrey M.N., Gemmell I., Abbott J.A. Standardizing pneumoperitoneum for laparoscopic entry. Time, volume, or pressure: which is best? J Minim Invasive Gynecol. 2012 Mar-Apr;19(2):196-200.
2. Shoukrey M.N., Fathulla B.I., Al Samarrai T. September 2008. Hysteroscopy training in the UK: the trainees’ perspective. Gynecological Surgery 5 (3), 213-219 (Both in print and online)
3. Shoukrey M.N., Fakokunde A.F., Whitlow B., Evans-Jones J.C.. September 2005. Postpartum transcervical endometrial resection under laparoscopic control for retained degenerated products of conception. Gynecological Surgery 2 (3), 201-203.
4. Israfilbayli F., Shoukrey M., Kadva A. May 2008. Benign cystic mesothelioma presenting as a solitary nonattached cyst in the pouch of douglas. Gynecological Surgery 5 (2), 151-153.
5. Nair R.R., Shoukrey M.N., Whitlow B. September 2007. Presacral dermoid: now you see it now you don’t. Gynecological Surgery 4 (3), 229-231.