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Philip is a renowned Gynaecologist who has spent 20 years training and working in the area of incontinence and prolapse. He is one of only a handful of Urogynaecologists with a Department of Health clinical excellence award in recognition of his clinical expertise and commitment to improving women's health through his research programme.
Philip's reputation reflects his attitudes to practicing pelvic floor medicine, where he feels a holistic approach looking at all aspects of care including the psychological impact of pelvic floor problems. Despite this he offers contemporary and state of the art surgical solutions where required.
Philip has been in practice as a counsultant in the West midlands at Birmingham's Women's hospital since 2000 and is a former Clinical director of Gynaecology and theatres. He was the lead clinician in Urogynaecology for nearly 17 years and he has established a tertiary referral unit. He runs one of only 17 Urogynaecology subspecialty training programmes in the UK.
Whilst Philip has been a clinician first and foremost he has also contributed significantly to developing knowledge through leading a research programme. He has published over 120 peer reviewed papers, guidelines and reviews
Areas of interest
Pelvic disorders including gynaecological pain; Incontinence (urine / faeces); Prolapse surgery; Urogynaecology; Laparoscopic surgery; Uurodynamics; Cystoscopy; Botox; Incotinence surgery; TVT; Sacrocolpopexy; Mesh complications; Cystitis; Bladder infections; IC; PBS; Bulkamid
Menopause, hormone replacement therapy, maternal birth injury
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- Birmingham Womens Hospital Metchley Park Road BIRMINGHAM B15 2TG
- 0121 607 4707
Anaesthetists worked with (Bupa members, please ask your consultant whether your anaesthetist is fee-assured)
Current NHS consultant posts held
Birmingham Womens NHS foundation Trust
See website philiptoozshobson.co.uk publications
impact fo disease
Bronze national clinical excellence award
I have listed my publications for the last year here.
146. European J O & G & Reproductive Biology Vol 210, 2017, P319–324 Normative bladder diary measurements in pregnant women
145. Indirect treatment comparison (ITC) of medical therapies of an overactive bladder.
Neurourology and Urodynamics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nau.23189 2017
144. Pelvic floor muscle training for secondary prevention of pelvic organ prolapse (PREVPROL): a multicentre randomised controlled trial. The Lancet. 2016.
143 Predicting urinary incontinence in women in later life: A systematic review . Maturitas , Volume 94 , 110 - 116
142 Air filled, including “air-charged,” catheters in urodynamic studies: does the evidence justify their use? Neurourology and Urodynamics. Neurourol. Urodynam.1520-6777. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nau.23108
141 What can we learn from large datasets? an analysis of 19,000 retropubic tapes IUJO-D-16-00336R1
140 Relationship between vaginal microbialdysbiosis, inflammation, and pregnancy outcomes in cervical cerclageSci. Transl. Med. 8, 350ra102 (2016).
139. Urinary incontinence persisting after childbirth: extent, delivery history, and effects in a 12–year longitudinal cohort study. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology vol 123; 2016, P 1022-1029.
138. Does age affect the outcome of suburethral tape surgery? The importance of national registries in answering bigger questions. on line 21/4/16 Int Urogynecol J
Courses offered to GPs
Available for practice/group meetings to give updates by arrangement.
I chair the Gynae updates for B<I Priory
I routinely use the British society of Urogynaecology to follow up my NHS patients.
I individualise outcome measures with private patients looking at changes using the ePAQ quality of life tool.
All my NHS results are subject to monthly review
My BSUG results are part of a live audit tool and the up to date results can be shown during a consultation. This database has over 2000 of my procedures entered on it consequectively over the last 8 years
- MD University of London 2003
Reference number 3310418
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- UKCS secretary/treasurer UK continence society 2008
Details of entry to specialist register
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1999
Affiliations / memberships
- BMI The Priory Hospital Priory Road Edgbaston...
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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.
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