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Dr Hatfield was involved with a small group of endoscopists in the development of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s, working at The Royal London Hospital, The Middlesex Hospital and latterly at University College Hospital, particularly in the development of new therapeutic ERCP techniques and research trials. It was during this time that the concept of live demonstrations of endoscopic techniques for training became established and have continued to be such an important part of his work since then both in the UK and internationally.
Dr Hatfield has published extensively in the area of new endoscopic treatments, particularly in pancreatic and biliary disease. He has been involved in post-graduate training for over 30 years and has held travelling Professor posts in HongKong, Capetown, and in Nigeria.
Areas of interest
Investigation and management of pancreatic and biliary disease, upper GI and Lower GI diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy, therapeutic ERCP for pancreatico-biliary disorders, advanced therapeutic endoscopic techniques – enteral and biliary metal stenting, direct cholangioscopy and gall stone lithotripsy, radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of HPB tumours.
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