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- Maternal and foetal medicine
- Reproductive medicine
- Sexual and reproductive healthcare
Miss Shree Datta is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and is the Divisional Educational lead at King’s College Hospital. She qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2003, obtaining the Arther Macey Scholarship for her student research in venous grafting and Helen Lawson research award for her post-graduate research in ovarian cancer. She completed her training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at some of the best institutions in London.
She provides a range of gynaecological services and treatments, including Minimal Access (Key-Hole) Surgery, pelvic ultrasound, early pregnancy (including miscarriage), abnormal Smear Management and Colposcopy, having practiced for over 10 years. She has a specific interest in menstrual disturbances (eg. fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS) and vulval skin changes.
In pregnancy care, Shree manages high risk antenatal care, complex delivery and runs a dedicated postnatal service. She tailors appointments to mum and baby's needs and firmly believes mums should choose exactly how their baby is delivered, taking an individualised approach to care.
Her philosophy is to provide her patients with the best care throughout their journey, with a calm and logical patient-centred approach. She understands the busy schedules women have and is able to arrange appointments and procedures accordingly. She is known for her personal approach and interest in her patients.
Shree Datta currently holds a number of National positions, which include being a Council member of the Royal Society of Medicine Obstetrics and Gynaecology section and Council member and trustee to the General Medical Council, where she underlines the importance of patient safety. She was elected unopposed to chair the UK British Medical Association’s Junior Doctors Committee and subsequently the North European Junior Doctors Committee. She was subsequently awarded Fellowship of the British Medical Association, and was highlighted as one of the top 50 UK BME Pioneers by Hospital Services Journal.
Her passion for excellence in care lead her to be awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award by St George’s Medical School in 2013. Dr Datta is currently on the Editorial Board of the journal Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine and has been invited to set up teaching courses internationally. She has published extensively and her textbooks are used by medical students and junior doctors alike, with five star reviews, and she has been consulted by magazines such as Pregnancy and Birth for her clinical expertise.
Shree has a keen interest in widening participation and supporting those who are keen to pursue a career in Medicine, pioneering the International Trialect fellowship scheme in her hospital for doctors from abroad.
Areas of interest
Gynaecology: Minimal Access (Key-Hole) Surgery; pelvic ultrasound; early pregnancy (including miscarriage); abnormal Smear Management and Colposcopy; menstrual disturbances; fibroids, endometriosis; PCOS; vulval skin changes; menopause.
In pregnancy care: preconceptual advice; high risk antenatal care, complex delivery; dedicated postnatal service (including episiotomy care)
Current NHS consultant posts held
King's College Hospital, London
Colposcopy and abnormal smears
Vulval and pelvic pain
Ovarian cysts (including in pregnancy)
Fibroids (including in pregnancy)
British Medical Association Research Foundation Ambassador
Medical Education and widening participation
2011 Helen Lawson Research Award
2012 Vandervell Research grant
2014 HSJ BME Pioneer
RCOG Baby and Me
Pregnancy and Birth
Courses offered to GPs
The abnormal cervix
Pregnancy care and delivery
- LLM Cardiff Law School 2008
Reference number 6076715
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- RSM section council member RSM 2013
- GMC - appointed medical member GMC 2012
Affiliations / memberships
Medical Women's Federation
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.