Mr. Hazim Sadideen BSc(Hons) MBBS (Hons) MEd DIC PhD FRCS(Plast)
Aesthetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon / GMC: 6143207
Mr. Hazim Sadideen is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. He graduated from Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' (London, UK) with double distinctions, the Riker's award, the George Leach Cup and King's College London Laurels. He completed his plastic surgery sub-intern clerkship at Harvard Medical School (Boston, USA) and was awarded Honours. He completed his core surgical training at the Oxford School of Surgery (Oxford, UK) where he was an honorary surgical tutor at the University of Oxford.
He completed his plastic surgery specialty registrar training on the West Midlands rotation based at University Hospitals Birmingham, home to the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine. Mr. Sadideen undertook four specialist fellowships in London; the reconstructive cosmetic surgery fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the microsurgical reconstructive fellowship at Charing Cross Hospital, the BAAPS/BAPRAS aesthetic surgery fellowship, and the skin oncology fellowship at St. Thomas' Hospital.
He is the recipient of awards and prizes from the University of Oxford, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). He was also the BAAPS and BAPRAS travelling fellow to New York (NYU Langone, USA) in 2018; this unit undertook the world's most extensive face transplant to date.
He is an honorary clinical senior lecturer at Imperial College London (Department of Surgery and Cancer) and holds a Masters (MEd) and doctorate (PhD) in Surgical Education. He has authored important international publications and book chapters in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Mr. Sadideen has a wealth and breadth of experience in all aspects of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery—facial, breast and body. He is indebted to his mentors who helped shape his surgical career. He believes it is an utmost privilege to look after patients and is devoted to delivering the best of care, tailored to patients' needs.
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Research led by Mr. Hazim Sadideen
How Educational Theory Can Inform the Training and Practice of Plastic Surgeons.
Extrapolating novel techniques utilised in solid organ transplantation to the microsurgical and vascularised composite allograft arena.
How Educational Theory Can Inform the Training and Practice of Plastic Surgeons. Sadideen H, Plonczak A, Saadeddin M, Kneebone R.
Extrapolating novel techniques utilised in solid organ transplantation to the microsurgical and vascularised composite allograft arena. Sadideen H, Hamaoui K, Papalois V, Giele H.
Understanding Platelet Function in Microsurgical Arterial Anastomosis: The Charing Cross Clamp Technique. Sadideen H, Jallali N.
The Safety of Early Adjuvant Internal Mammary Lymph Node Irradiation following Mastectomy and Immediate Autologous Reconstruction. Sadideen H, Cleator S, McNaught P, Wood S, Jallali N.
The Impact of Two Operating Surgeons on Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction. Sadideen H, E Hunter J, P Henry F, H Wood S, Jallali N.
Patient experience of sentinel lymph node biopsy for melanoma. Sadideen H, Saxena S, Dobbs TD, Adams TS.
Burns education: The emerging role of simulation for training healthcare professionals. Sadideen H, Goutos I, Kneebone R.
Does Overestimation of Burn Size in Children Requiring Fluid Resuscitation Cause Any Harm? Sadideen H, D'Asta F, Moiemen N, Wilson Y.
A Video Analysis of Intra- and Interprofessional Leadership Behaviors Within "The Burns Suite": Identifying Key Leadership Models. Sadideen H, Weldon SM, Saadeddin M, Loon M, Kneebone R.
Using "The Burns Suite" as a Novel High Fidelity Simulation Tool for Interprofessional and Teamwork Training. Sadideen H, Wilson D, Moiemen N, Kneebone R.
Wound drainage following groin dissection for malignant disease in adults. Thomson DR, Sadideen H, Furniss D.
Surgical skills training: time to start early. Hamaoui K, Saadeddin M, Sadideen H.
Handover practice amongst core surgical trainees at the Oxford School of Surgery. Sadideen H, Hamaoui K, Saadeddin M, Cogswell L, Goodacre T, Jefferis T.
Is it time for integration of surgical skills simulation into the United Kingdom undergraduate medical curriculum? A perspective from King's College London School of Medicine. Hamaoui K, Sadideen H, Saadeddin M, Onida S, Hoey AW, Rees J.
Wound drainage after axillary dissection for carcinoma of the breast. Thomson DR, Sadideen H, Furniss D.
Proposing "the burns suite" as a novel simulation tool for advancing the delivery of burns education. Sadideen H, Wilson D, Moiemen N, Kneebone R.
Surgical experts: born or made? Sadideen H, Alvand A, Saadeddin M, Kneebone R.
Carotid endarterectomy in the elderly: risk factors, intraoperative carotid hemodynamics and short-term complications: a UK tertiary center retrospective analysis. Sadideen H, Thomson DR, Lewis RR, Padayachee TS, Taylor PR.
Treating stones in transplanted kidneys. Saxena S, Sadideen H, Goldsmith D.
Simulators and the simulation environment: getting the balance right in simulation-based surgical education. Sadideen H, Hamaoui K, Saadeddin M, Kneebone R.
Practical skills teaching in contemporary surgical education: how can educational theory be applied to promote effective learning? Sadideen H, Kneebone R.
Who should set the standards for surgical assessments? Sadideen H, Kneebone R.
Is there a role for music in reducing anxiety in plastic surgery minor operations? Sadideen H, Parikh A, Dobbs T, Pay A, Critchley PS.
Educating surgical patients to reduce the risk of venous thromboembolism: an audit of an effective strategy. Sadideen H, O'Callaghan JM, Navidi M, Sayegh M.
Obesity and burns. Goutos I, Sadideen H, Pandya AA, Ghosh SJ.
Forehead pressure sore following a prolonged operation and the role of the Mayfield head frame in re-operation. Sadideen H, Saadeddin M, Whitwell D, Giele H.
Heterotopic ossification in Dupuytren's disease: clinical and histological significance. Sadideen H, Athanasou N, Ashmore A, McNab I.
Mineral and bone disorder after renal transplantation: a review. Sadideen H, Covic A, Goldsmith D.
Restenosis after carotid endarterectomy. Sadideen H, Taylor PR, Padayachee TS.
Macroprolactin: what is it and what is its importance? Sadideen H, Swaminathan R.
Effect of acute oral calcium load on serum PTH and bone resorption in young healthy subjects: an overnight study. Sadideen H, Swaminathan R.
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