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Dr. Aisha Janjua2018-10-20T16:10:40+00:00

Dr. Aisha Janjua

NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Dr. Aisha Janjua is has completed her MD in Clinical and Experimental Medicine from the University of Birmingham, and has a Masters in Medical Education from the University of Warwick.

Aisha is based at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, where she is a senior registrar (ST7). She has worked as a Clinical Teaching Fellow and Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Birmingham Women’s Hospital and I pursuing her teaching interest both at the University of Warwick and within the West Midlands Deanery. She is interested in General Obstetrics, especially high risk pregnancies / maternal medicine and antenatal practice.

She has developed teaching activities for University of Birmingham final year medical students on O&G block, as well as ERASMUS students. She has revised and peer reviewed RCOG StratOG E-learning modules, as well as e-learning for the University of Birmingham. She has been a course facilitator for the RCOG Basic Practical Surgical Skills course since 2014.

Aisha is involved as faculty for TeamSTEPPSTM (Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety). This is an evidence-based framework to optimise team performance across the healthcare delivery system. She teaches the core of the TeamSTEPPS framework which is comprised of four skills: Leadership, Situation Monitoring, Mutual Support, and Communication.

Aisha has 11 published peer review articles and is also a Contributor for the book “Application to Specialty Training” by Oxford Press. She is also involved with work on the GMC Curriculum Advisory Committee and was on the RCOG StratOG Editorial Board as SBA Lead for 3 years. Her role both on undergraduate exam writing panels and postgraduate SBA writing provides her with a good background on how to tackle the Part 2 exam.

The best part of teaching the Part 2, is that it’s all clinically relevant. This is knowledge we use daily as part of our job. The ACE courses provide knowledgeable, enthusiastic and motivated teachers that help attain a thorough understanding of O&G, you need which ultimately leads to excellence in maternal and fetal care.

Dr. Aisha Janjua

NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Dr. Aisha Janjua is has completed her MD in Clinical and Experimental Medicine from the University of Birmingham, and has a Masters in Medical Education from the University of Warwick.

Aisha is based at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, where she is a senior registrar (ST7). She has worked as a Clinical Teaching Fellow and Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Birmingham Women’s Hospital and I pursuing her teaching interest both at the University of Warwick and within the West Midlands Deanery. She is interested in General Obstetrics, especially high risk pregnancies / maternal medicine and antenatal practice.

She has developed teaching activities for University of Birmingham final year medical students on O&G block, as well as ERASMUS students. She has revised and peer reviewed RCOG StratOG E-learning modules, as well as e-learning for the University of Birmingham. She has been a course facilitator for the RCOG Basic Practical Surgical Skills course since 2014.

Aisha is involved as faculty for TeamSTEPPSTM (Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety). This is an evidence-based framework to optimise team performance across the healthcare delivery system. She teaches the core of the TeamSTEPPS framework which is comprised of four skills: Leadership, Situation Monitoring, Mutual Support, and Communication.

Aisha has 11 published peer review articles and is also a Contributor for the book “Application to Specialty Training” by Oxford Press. She is also involved with work on the GMC Curriculum Advisory Committee and was on the RCOG StratOG Editorial Board as SBA Lead for 3 years. Her role both on undergraduate exam writing panels and postgraduate SBA writing provides her with a good background on how to tackle the Part 2 exam.

The best part of teaching the Part 2, is that it’s all clinically relevant. This is knowledge we use daily as part of our job. The ACE courses provide knowledgeable, enthusiastic and motivated teachers that help attain a thorough understanding of O&G, you need which ultimately leads to excellence in maternal and fetal care.

Publications by Dr. Aisha Janjua

Polyhydraminos, for Canterbury District Health Board

  • Bako, A., Janjua, A. (2008) Small bowel obstruction at Filshie clip applicator port site, Gynaecol Surg. 5: 251 – 252

  • Janjua, A. & Beasley, J. (2009) Ectopic pregnancy after caesarean section sterilization, European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 147(1): 114 – 115

  • Janjua, A. Book Review: “Fast Facts Contraception” by Ailsa E Gebbie, Katherine O’Connel White; ISBN – 978 1905 832 507; Published April 2009-10-01; Health Press, Oxford, 116 pages, Price £6 / US $12 / AU $15, PB. (October 2009)

  • Janjua, A. Contributor, ‘Application to Specialty Training’, Dr Danny Lim, Oxford Press ISBN 9780199590803 (May 2011)

  • Jeve, Y., Janjua, A. & Qureshi, N. (2013) Secondary Post-Partum Hemorrhage Due to Secondary Uterine Arterio-venous Malformation following Caesarean Section, Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences (J Pharm Biomed Sci.) 28(28): 643 – 645

  • Janjua, A., Gurung, V., & Ghosh, S. (2014). PMM. 09 Peripartum cardiomopathy–a case series. Archives of Disease in Childhood-Fetal and Neonatal Edition99(Suppl 1), A126-A126.

  • Janjua, A., Chu, J., Smith, P., & Clark, J. (2014, November). Pelvic Examination and Assessment Tool (PEAT) study. In BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY (Vol. 121, pp. 14-15). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY-BLACKWELL.

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P., Dawoud, K., Gray, J., & Clark, J. (2015). Fatal systemic infection following an outpatient hysteroscopic diagnosis of a chronic pyometra: a case report and survey of practice. European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology194, 250-251.

  • Janjua, A., Clark, J, Roberts T., Okeahialam, N. (2016) Cost Effective Analysis of Teaching pelvic examination skills using Gynaecology Teaching Associates (GTAs) compared with conventional pelvic models(manikin), RCOG World Congress 2016 supplement of BJOG 23 (S2): 209 – 210

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P., Chu, J, Raut, N., Malick, S., Gallos, I., Singh, R., Irani, S., Gupta, J. K., Parle, J., Clark, J. (2016) The effectiveness of gynaecology teaching associates in teaching pelvic examination to medical students: A randomised controlled trial, RCOG World Congress 2016 supplement of BJOG 23 (S2): 198

  • Al Wattar, B. H., Mahmud, A., Janjua, A., Parry-Smith, W., & Ismail, K. M. (2017). Training on Kielland’s forceps: A survey of trainees’ opinions. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology37(3), 280-283

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P., Chu, J., Raut, N., Malick, S., Gallos, I., … & Clark, T. J. (2017). The effectiveness of gynaecology teaching associates in teaching pelvic examination to medical students: a randomised controlled trial. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology210, 58-63.

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P. and Clark, T.J., (2018). A cross-sectional study on teaching pelvic examination in medical schools in the UK (the COTES study). Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 38:4, 521-525 DOI: 10.1080/01443615.2017.1363726

  • Janjua, A., Roberts, T., Okeahialam, N. & Clark, T.J. Cost Effective Analysis of teaching pelvic examination skills using Gynaecology Teaching Associates (GTAs) compared with manikin models. (The CEAT Study). BMJ Open 2018;8:e015823. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-015823

  • Janjua, A. Marais, D & Tan, B.K. The EMCaS Study: Trainee perceptions and experiences of a structured e-learning module on caesarean section. (Submitted to PLOS ONE)

  • Torlinska, B. Bath, S. Janjua, A. Boelaert, K. & Chan, S. 5Iodine Status during Pregnancy in a Region of Mild-to-Moderate Iodine Deficiency is not Associated with Adverse Obstetric Outcomes; Results from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) (Accepted by Nutrients 2018)

Publications by Dr. Aisha Janjua

Polyhydraminos, for Canterbury District Health Board

  • Bako, A., Janjua, A. (2008) Small bowel obstruction at Filshie clip applicator port site, Gynaecol Surg. 5: 251 – 252

  • Janjua, A. & Beasley, J. (2009) Ectopic pregnancy after caesarean section sterilization, European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 147(1): 114 – 115

  • Janjua, A. Book Review: “Fast Facts Contraception” by Ailsa E Gebbie, Katherine O’Connel White; ISBN – 978 1905 832 507; Published April 2009-10-01; Health Press, Oxford, 116 pages, Price £6 / US $12 / AU $15, PB. (October 2009)

  • Janjua, A. Contributor, ‘Application to Specialty Training’, Dr Danny Lim, Oxford Press ISBN 9780199590803 (May 2011)

  • Jeve, Y., Janjua, A. & Qureshi, N. (2013) Secondary Post-Partum Hemorrhage Due to Secondary Uterine Arterio-venous Malformation following Caesarean Section, Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences (J Pharm Biomed Sci.) 28(28): 643 – 645

  • Janjua, A., Gurung, V., & Ghosh, S. (2014). PMM. 09 Peripartum cardiomopathy–a case series. Archives of Disease in Childhood-Fetal and Neonatal Edition99(Suppl 1), A126-A126.

  • Janjua, A., Chu, J., Smith, P., & Clark, J. (2014, November). Pelvic Examination and Assessment Tool (PEAT) study. In BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY (Vol. 121, pp. 14-15). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY-BLACKWELL.

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P., Dawoud, K., Gray, J., & Clark, J. (2015). Fatal systemic infection following an outpatient hysteroscopic diagnosis of a chronic pyometra: a case report and survey of practice. European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology194, 250-251.

  • Janjua, A., Clark, J, Roberts T., Okeahialam, N. (2016) Cost Effective Analysis of Teaching pelvic examination skills using Gynaecology Teaching Associates (GTAs) compared with conventional pelvic models(manikin), RCOG World Congress 2016 supplement of BJOG 23 (S2): 209 – 210

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P., Chu, J, Raut, N., Malick, S., Gallos, I., Singh, R., Irani, S., Gupta, J. K., Parle, J., Clark, J. (2016) The effectiveness of gynaecology teaching associates in teaching pelvic examination to medical students: A randomised controlled trial, RCOG World Congress 2016 supplement of BJOG 23 (S2): 198

  • Al Wattar, B. H., Mahmud, A., Janjua, A., Parry-Smith, W., & Ismail, K. M. (2017). Training on Kielland’s forceps: A survey of trainees’ opinions. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology37(3), 280-283

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P., Chu, J., Raut, N., Malick, S., Gallos, I., … & Clark, T. J. (2017). The effectiveness of gynaecology teaching associates in teaching pelvic examination to medical students: a randomised controlled trial. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology210, 58-63.

  • Janjua, A., Smith, P. and Clark, T.J., (2018). A cross-sectional study on teaching pelvic examination in medical schools in the UK (the COTES study). Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 38:4, 521-525 DOI: 10.1080/01443615.2017.1363726

  • Janjua, A., Roberts, T., Okeahialam, N. & Clark, T.J. Cost Effective Analysis of teaching pelvic examination skills using Gynaecology Teaching Associates (GTAs) compared with manikin models. (The CEAT Study). BMJ Open 2018;8:e015823. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-015823

  • Janjua, A. Marais, D & Tan, B.K. The EMCaS Study: Trainee perceptions and experiences of a structured e-learning module on caesarean section. (Submitted to PLOS ONE)

  • Torlinska, B. Bath, S. Janjua, A. Boelaert, K. & Chan, S. 5Iodine Status during Pregnancy in a Region of Mild-to-Moderate Iodine Deficiency is not Associated with Adverse Obstetric Outcomes; Results from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) (Accepted by Nutrients 2018)