Mum: It's been gaining weight. Richard Bird, a consultant vascular surgeon at Barnet General Hospital, was among those who did not give permission for his mortality rates to be released. Robert Lonsdale Instagram: Linkedin: Twitter: Robert Lonsdale Twitter: Facebook: Wikipedia: Robert Lonsdale Wikipedia: Imdb: Timeline. The majority, however, had mortality rates around two or three per cent. Professor Peter McCollum, chair in vascular surgery at Hull York Medical School and a consultant vascular surgeon at Hull Royal Infirmary, said he did not agree with the publication of the data. Due to the way the data was presented, however, it was difficult to identify the surgeon responsible. “They were primarily about concerns about the quality of the data and the risk adjustment. Mum: taking this clock apart. Professor Ben Bridgewater, outcomes publication director of the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership who led the collection of the data, said that very few in total had refused to release data. Manmohan Madan, a consultant vascular … Officials said that of all 3,500 surgeons, just 20 had refused to make their mortality rates public, but all fell within the expected ranges. Patrick Kent, a consultant vascular and general surgeon at St James University Hospital in Leeds, also refused for the same reasons, adding that he did not agree with the publication of consultant level outcomes and had concerns about the risk adjustment methodology. In total data on 3,500 surgeons from 10 specialities are to be published by the autumn, with the majority being made public next week. He said: “I encouraged everyone to give consent, but some people didn’t want to. 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On Friday morning cardiothoracic surgeons also released their data, which showed that for one surgeon, 15 per cent of the patients he operated on had died. Some of the surgeons, however, are believed to be concerned that operations they perform alongside other surgeons were not to be included in the data and so would not give an accurate picture of their outcomes. The six, who are all vascular surgeons, all raised concerns about the quality of the data or methods used to adjust the statistics to take into account risk factors such as the patient’s health and age. “When there is variation that is not acceptable, because the system is open and transparent, people be dealing with it in a way that hasn’t been in the past.”. He is currently the Royal College of Surgeon’s Programme Director for core surgical trainees in North East London. Me: why? 15k Followers, 299 Following, 81 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Robert W Lonsdale (@robertwlonsdale) Robert W Lonsdale posted on Instagram: “I’d planned to post a joyous football picture this morning so this is just the pathetic remnants.…” • See all of @robertwlonsdale's photos and videos on their profile. The data revealed one cardiothoracic surgeon had 15 per cent of their patients die following surgery between March 2009 and march 2012. ?…” 524 Likes, 11 Comments - Robert W Lonsdale (@robertwlonsdale) on Instagram: “Me: what you doing? "A small number of surgeons have so far not consented to their data being published but, as is our experience with the publication of cardiac data, we expect this to change over time with more consultants agreeing to their data being published. NHS England also released the names of six surgeons who decided not to publish their details alongside their colleagues in the first wave of releases. Just 20 out of the 3,500 surgeons had chosen to withhold their data in total. Robert Lonsdale enjoys his vacation at Richmond, North Yorkshire on 31 August 2018 (Photo: Robert Lonsdale's Instagram) It is sad to say that some large wiki sites contain information on him, but it is not in abundance to know everything on his bio. "Now I expect hospitals and surgeons to use this information to judge the outcomes their patients are getting. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, medical director for NHS England, hailed the release of mortality figures as a “major breakthrough” for transparency in the NHS. One surgeon's figures that nearly one in three people he treated for a particular type of operation ended up dying. Manmohan Madan, a consultant vascular surgeon at North Manchester General Hospital, said he did not agree with the data quality. “Most people are performing to an acceptable standard so I hope patients will be reassured by that. In 2019 he appeared in the new musical Standing at the Sky's Edge at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. “None of those who withheld consent have mortality rates that are higher than expected, so this idea that they are trying to hide bad results is not true. 193 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ‘robertlonsdale’ hashtag Professor Bridgewater said he expected that figure to decrease by the time the final wave of releases are made in the autumn. "This is a major cultural change in the way the NHS works and we expect this to take time to bed in. Robert Lonsdale, a consultant vascular surgeon at Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, also gave the same reasons. View the profiles of people named Rob Lonsdale. The performance league tables have been hailed as a world first and are aimed at making surgeons more accountable. We asked them what their reasons were. The mortality rates for vascular surgeons and cardiothoracic surgeons were the first to be made public in a scheme that will see the clinical outcomes for all 3,500 NHS surgeons published. Join Facebook to connect with Robert Lonsdale and others you may know. He said: "Surgeons deserve real credit for taking this voluntary leap.
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