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- Impotency and infertility
- Urinary tract stones
James Brewin graduated from The University of Nottingham Medical School in 2001 before completing his post-graduate urology training in London and Kent with posts at Kings College Hospital, Guy's Hospital and Brighton. He undertook sub-specialist training in in stone surgery at Guy's hospital.
Mr Brewin has a specialist interest in male urinary symptoms and in 2014 James established laser prostate surgery (HoLEP) in Salisbury and was the first surgeon in the Wessex region to perform this surgery. He has now performed this operation for over 150 patients. He also provides a range of other treatments for male urinary symptoms including Urolift.
Areas of interest
Laser prostate surgery; HoLEP; Urolift, treatment of urinary stones; male health; impotence
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Urological Surgeon, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
Medical education: James has published several papers in medical education and surgical simulation. He has completed a diploma in clinical education (University College London).
James spends most of his free time with his wife and young family. He enjoys sport including tennis and hockey.
Service Improvement award for introduction of laser prostate surgery to Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust (2015)
Geoffrey Chisholm Gold Medal for best performance in the Urology MSc (University College London 2009)
BJUI Prize for best presentation (SURG conference 2012)
Brewin J, Ahmed K, Khan MS, Jaye P, Dasgupta P. Face, content and construct validation of the Bristol TURP trainer. J Surg Educ. 2014 July-Aug;71(4):500-5
Brewin J, Tang J, Dasgupta P, Khan MS, Ahmed K, Bello F, Kneebone R, Jaye P. Full immersion simulation – validation of a distributed simulation environment for technical and non-technical skills training in urology. BJU Int 2015 Jul ;116(1):156-62
Aydin A, Ahmed K, Brewin J, Khan MS, Dasgupta P, Aho T. Face and content validation of the prostatic hyperplasia model and holmium laser surgery simulator. J Surg Educ. 2014 May-June;71(3):339-44
Brewin J, Ahmed K, Challacombe B. An update and review of simulation in urological training. International Journal of Surgery 2014;12(2):103-8
Vedanayagam M, Brewin J, Hammadeh M. The role of Hyaluronic acid in the management of recurrent female urinary tract infections: literature review and practical experience. J Clin Urol, 2013 July;6(4)243-8
Brewin J, Nedas T, Challacombe B, Elhage O, Keisu J, Dasgupta P. Face, content and construct validation of the first virtual reality laparoscopic nephrectomy simulator. BJU Int. 2010 Sept;106(6):850-4.
Brewin J, Hill M, Ellis H. The prevalence of cervical ribs in a London population. Clin Anat. 2009 Apr;(22):331-6
Brewin J, Jaye P. “Developing non-technichal skills.” in Surgical Simulation by Dasgupta, Ahmed, Khan, Jaye. Anthem Press, London 2014.
Brewin J, Nedas T. “Simulation in Urology” in New Technologies in Urology by Dasgupta, Fitzpatrick, Kirby. Springer-Verlag London Limited 2010.
Courses offered to GPs
GP Updates at New Hall Hospital
GP Updates Salisbury District Hosptial
Please feel free to contact my secretary to arrange GP teaching at your practice
- FRCS(urology) Royal College of Surgeons England 2012
- MSc(urology) University College London 2009
- Diploma of Clinical Education University College London 2015
- BMBS University of Nottingham 2001
- BMedSci University of Nottingham 1999
Reference number 6028232
Details of entry to specialist register
- Urology, 2014
Affiliations / memberships
European Association of Urology
British Association of Urology
Royal College of Surgeons England
- New Hall Hospital, SP5 4EY
- 17:30 - 20:00
- 01722 410032
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