Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Presentations

21. Cooper MJW. Invited demonstrating surgeon. Baulkham Hills Private Hospital. September 2, 1995.

22. Cooper MJW. Invited speaker and surgeon. Gynaecological endoscopy. Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Beijing, China. October 6 – 7, 1995.

23. Cooper MJW, Cario G, Carlton M, Lam A. A series of 113 laparoscopic colposuspensions. Presented at the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Melbourne. November 23, 1995.

24. Cooper MJW, Lam A, Cario G, Carlton M, Vaughan G. Complications of 174 laparoscopic hysterectomies. Presented at the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Melbourne. November 24, 1995.

25. Cooper MJW. Current and future trends of gynaecological endoscopy. Invited presentation at Stryker Australia Pty Ltd Annual Sales Meeting. Terrigal. January 27, 1996.

26. Cooper MJW. Transperitoneal colposuspension: Technique and experience. Invited presentation at advanced training course in Burch procedure and pelvic floor reconstruction meeting. 9-10 March, 1996, Westmead Hospital, Sydney.

27. Cooper MJW. Invited speaker and demonstrating surgeon. Lyell McEwen Hospital Adelaide, 23-24 March 1996.

28. Cooper MJW, Watson J. Visuospacial skills at endoscopic surgery. Presented at Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Queenstown, New Zealand, 14th September 1996.

29. Cooper MJW, Nada W. Ovarian cystectomy in pregnancy. Presented at Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Queenstown, New Zealand, 14th September 1996.

30. Cooper MJW. Laparoscopic colposuspension. Invited presentation and surgical demonstration. Valedictory meeting for Prof S Ratnam. Singapore November 18 – 21, 1996.

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How Does Surgical Volume Affect Gynecologic Surgery Outcomes?

More evidence that low volume surgeons have more problems: https://t.co/gw77JTNAao

Dr Kaunitz suggests an honest self-assessment of our experience level when planning for surgical care of our patients.

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