Mr Mohamed Riad

MBBCH, MRCOG
Consultant Urogynaecologist and Obstetrician
Instruct Mr Mohamed Riad

Profile

Mr Mohamed Riad is a Consultant Urogynaecologist and Obstetrician as well as a General Gynaecologist.

Mr Riad is the RCOG (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists ) College Tutor at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust providing oversight to training of doctors aspiring to become specialists in the field.

In addition, he is accredited to provide training to doctors wishing to do the advanced training skill module in Urogynaecology.

Clinical Work

Mr Riad has a wide experience in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. He completed his training in West Midlands Deanery Hospitals and Obtained his Certificate of Completion of Training in December 2016.

He completed his Advanced Training in Urogynaecology in October 2011 where he worked with Dr Wael Agur, sub-specialist consultant in Urogynaecology.He sees and manages Urogynaecological and General Gynaecological problems for women in out-patient clinics on a weekly basis.

He performs a breadth of Urogynaecological and General Gynaecological procedures including laparoscopic surgery.

As an experienced Obstetrician, Mr Riad’s leadership and excellent communication skills within the multidisciplinary team enable him to provide high quality care for women.

Research

Mr Riad has research experience and publications in Urogynaecology and has attended national and international conferences.

Consulting Rooms

Mr Riad has access to consulting rooms in the following areas:

  • New Cross Hospital, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Hospital,
    Wolverhampton WV10 0Q
  • Peeltree Limited Consulting Rooms, 81 Harborne Road,
    Birmingham, B15 3HG

Publications

Agur W, Riad M, Secco S, Litman H, Madhuvrata P, Novara G, Abdel-Fattah M. Surgical Treatment of Recurrent Stress Urinary Incontinence in Women: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials.

Madhuvrata P, Riad M, Ammembal M, Agur W, Abdel-Fattah M. Systematic review and meta-analysis of “inside-out” versus “outside-in” transobturator tapes in management of stress urinary incontinence in women. EJOG May 2012; 162:1-10.

Ahmed AA, Etemadmoghadam D, Temple J, Lynch AG, RIAD M, Sharma R, Stewart C, Fereday S, Caldas C, Defazio A, Bowtell D, Brenton JD.

Driver mutations in TP53 are ubiquitous in high grade serous carcinoma of the ovary. J pathol 2010; 221: 49-56.

RIAD M, Shervington J, Woodward Z. Maternal death due to ruptured diaphragmatic hernia. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 29, Issue 7, 2009, 669 – 670.RIAD M, Ganni R, Malak, M. Uterine abscess after insertion of levonorgestrel intrauterine system. Kent and Sussex journal of obstetrics and gynaecology, January 2009; 7 (1): 33-35. (non-indexed)

Case report presentations

Uterine abscess after insertion of levonorgestrel intrauterine system, Eastbourne District General Hospital, grand round presentation, April 2008.Maternal death due to ruptured diaphragmatic hernia, SpR congress meeting, St Thomas Hospital, London, September 2008.

Audit presentations

I presented all of my audits in local/trust-wide clinical governance meetings.

Medico Legal

Excellence in Report Writing Bond Solon Training 18 June 2018

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