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Mr Feilim Murphy is the lead Consultant Paediatric Urologist as St George’s NHS Trust in London. After initially training in Ireland in both Temple Street Children’s Hospital and Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children he worked in Australia and New Zealand. He returned to Dublin to complete his training in paediatric surgical training and was awarded a fellowship in paediatric surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He then further trained and worked as a Consultant Paediatric Urologist in Great Ormond Street for Children in London before moving to South London.
Mr Murphy has made minimally invasive urological surgery the cornerstone of his practice. He has a significant interest in reconstructive surgery, neuropathic bladders, hypospadias surgery. He has a special interest in the undescended testis, wetting disorders and children with special needs who are incontinent. He has written the BAPU consensus document on undescended testes and megaureters.
He is a member of numerous international paediatric surgery and urology organisations and a regular reviewer for many prestigious national and international journals.
He has published many scientific articles and paper, book chapters and international research presentations and is the research lead for paediatric surgery and urology in St George’s hospital. He has been invited worldwide to talk about the key issues in paediatric urology and potential for future improvements in the field.
He has been the elected secretary to the British Association of Paediatric Urologists 2011-2015 and care group lead for paediatric surgery in St George’s Foundation Trust.He was the Clinical Director for paediatrics in St George's and now is presently the lead for paediatric surgery for the South Thames ODN regional network.
Areas of interest
Paediatric surgery; Paediatric urology; Circumcision; Undescended testis; Inguinal hernias; Hydrocoeles; Reflux surgery; Cystoscopy; Sting; Pyleoplasty
PUJ Obstruction; Hydronephrosis; Hypospadias; Bladder reconstruction; Mitrofanoff procedure; Balanitis; Phimosis; BXO; Wetting; Incontinence ; Bed wetting; Nocturuia; VUR reflux; UTI's; Pyelonephritis ; Spina Bifida; Anorectal malformations; Day time accidents
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Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Paediatric Urologist In St George's University Trust. London.
Clinical lead for Paediatric Surgery for the South Thames Operational Delivery Network.
Interests in Paediatric Urology
1. Laparoscopic Paediatric Urology
2. Bladder Reconstruction
3. Spina Bifida
4. Paediatric Enuresis
5. Quality Care closer to Home
6. Undescended testes
Invited Lecturers all over the world.
Best paper 2001 Australian Pediatric Surgery Meeting
Paediatric Surgery International, Springer publication. 2004 to date.
Journal of Paediatric Surgery. 2004 to date.
Journal of Pediatric Urology 2010 to date
British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2009
Acta Paediatrica 2009
International Brazilian Journal of Urology 2008 onwards.
Yonsei Medical Journal (South Korea) from 2008 onwards
Journal of Asian Andrology 2012 onwards
Official reviewer for CKS (NHS Clinical Knowledge Summaries) which is an evidence based resource and practical ‘know now’ site for common clinical conditions managed in primary care.
Reviewer for InfoKids on VUR, Antenatal Hydronephrosis and reflux nephropathy 2013
Courses offered to GPs
Regular lectures on all elements of paediatric urology.
BAPU secretary from 2011-2015
- FRCSI Paediatric Surgery RSCI Ireland 2005
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