Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Presentations

61. Parker J, Reid G, Cooper MJW, Wong F. A Systematic Review of Laparoscopic Burch Colposuspension. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Adelaide 28th May 1999.

62. Reid GD, Parker J, Cooper MJW. Patient, Nursing and Medical Attitudes to Printed Images Following Diagnostic and Operative Laparoscopy. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Adelaide 28th May 1999.

63. Reid GD, Parker J, Wong F, Cooper MJW. Extirpative Adnexal Surgery Using Only 2mm Trans-Abdominal Instrumentation. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Adelaide 29th May 1999.

64. Nada W, Parker J, Cooper MJW, Reid G. Laparoscopic Management of Endocervicosis of the Urinary Bladder. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Adelaide 29th May 1999.

65. Cooper MJW. Invited demonstrating surgeon. Gynaecological Endoscopy Workshop. Brisbane, 21st-22nd August 1999.

66. Cooper MJW. Laparoscopic anatomy. Gynaecological Endoscopy Workshop. Brisbane, 21st-22nd August 1999.

67. Cooper MJW. Laparoscopic colposuspension. Gynaecological Endoscopy Workshop. Brisbane, 21st-22nd August 1999.

68. Cooper MJW. Update on endometriosis. Sydney University Postgraduate Committee of Medicine Course for General Practitioners, 11th September 1999, Sydney.

69. Cooper MJW. Laparoscopic colposuspension. Liverpool Hospital Pelvic Surgery Meeting, Sydney, 30th October 1999.

70. Cooper MJW. Hysterectomy: Surgical accountability. Liverpool Hospital Pelvic Surgery Meeting, Sydney, 31st October 1999.

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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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