Awards and Prizes

Personal awards

 

14.04.1999

Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK,  Robinson G.

Total versus subtotal hysterectomy: What is the evidence?

Evidence Based Medicine Meeting, RCOG, London

Best oral presentation

06.10.2000

Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK,  Robinson G.

Effect of hysterectomy on on bladder and bowel function.

SW Thames Regional Registrars Meeting, Crawley

Best presentation

24.10.2000

Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK,  Robinson G.

A randomised study of total and subtotal hysterectomy: Effect on bladder and bowel function

25th Annual Meeting of the International Urogynecological Association, Rome.

Best oral presentation

16.02.2001

Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK,  Robinson G.

A randomised study of total and subtotal hysterectomy: Effect on bladder and bowel function

Royal Society of Medicine, Registrars prize meeting

Best oral presentation

10.11.2005

Hospital Doctor “UK Continence team of the year 2005”

Award for “orchestrating clinical excellence”

Abdul Sultan, Ranee Thakar and team

21.02.2008 

Thakar R, Ayres S, Srivastava R, Manyonda I

Long term outcome after total and subtotal hysterectomy

Update on imaging and management of pelvic floor disorders, Treviso

Bjorn Fortling Award for the Best original work

17.09.2008

Thakar R, Ayres S, Srivastava R, Manyonda I

Removing the cervix at hysterectomy: an unnecessary intervention?

33rd Annual Meeting of the International Urogynecological Association, Taipei

Axel Ingelman-Sundberg Award for the Best abstract presentation

24.10.2008

Thakar R, Ayres S, Srivastava R, Manyonda I

Removing the cervix at hysterectomy: an unnecessary intervention?

38th Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, Cairo, Best Clinical Abstract

   

Awards to fellows

03.07.2003

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Do hands-on training workshops on obstetric perineal repair change clinical practice?

Mayday Research Day, Croydon

2nd prize best oral presentation

01.05.2004

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Occult sphincter injuries- myth or reality?

Victor Bonney Society Meeting

2nd prize best oral presentation

01.07.2004

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Episiotomy-the commonest obstetric operation-time for

re-appraisal?

Mayday Research Day, Croydon

Best poster presentation

01.07.2004

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

The role of endoanal sonography in detecting obstetric anal sphincter injuries

Mayday Research Day, Croydon

Best oral presentation

18.02.2005

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Occult anal sphincter injuries- Myth or Reality

Royal Society of Medicine, Registrars prize meeting

2nd Prize Best oral presentation

31.03.2005

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Risk factors for obstetric anal sphincter injury- A prospective study

International Continence Society (UK) 12th Annual Scientific Meeting, Glasgow

1st prize for Best podium presentation

30.09.2005

Andrews V, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Occult anal sphincter injuries -- myth or reality? 

Fourth South Thames Postgraduate Conference

Best oral presentation

13.10.2005

Andrews V, Thakar R, Jones PW, Sultan AH

Risk factors for obstetric anal sphincter injuries 

The Victor Bonney Society

Best oral presentation

17.02.2006 

Scheer I, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Will my sex life get better, Doctor?

Royal Society of Medicine, Registrars prize meeting

2nd Prize - Best oral presentation

11.03.2006

Scheer I, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Urinary incontinence after obstetric anal sphincter trauma

RoyForum Urodynamicum

Best presentation

29.06.2006

Ruwan Fernando, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Are vaginal pessaries as effective as surgery in symptomatic pelvic organ prolapse

Mayday Research Day

Best presentation

16.02.2007

Scheer I, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Do pregnancy and delivery affect pelvic organ support?

Royal Society of Medicine, Registrars prize meeting

Best poster presentation

01.06.2008

Abdool Z

Prospective evaluation of outcome of vaginal pessaries versus  surgery in women with symptomatic pelvic organ prolapse

Recipient of the IUGA fellowship award

25.06.2011 

Johnson A, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Obstetric Perineal Trauma- A complete audit cycle

Best audit presentation

25.06.2011

Van Delft K, Schwertner-Tiepelmann N, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Inter-rater reliability of clinical assessment in obstetric practice

Best poster – (Research category)

01.07.2011

Elenskaia K, Sultan AH, Thakar R, Scheer I, Onwude J

Does mode of delivery affect pelvic organ support and quality of life?  A longitudinal 5 year study

IUGA 2011, Lisbon

Fellows Best Oral Podium Presentation

19.06.2012

Lone F, Sultan AH, Thakar R, Stankiewicz A

Is pelvic floor ultrasonography useful when combined with clinical assessment?

Croydon University Hospital, Research Day, Croydon

Best research presentation

19.06.2012  

Lone F, Sultan AH, Thakar R, Stankiewicz A

Natural progression of pelvic organ prolapse using dynamic 2D- transperineal ultrasonography: a one year prospective study

Croydon University Hospital, Research Day, Croydon

Best research presentation

19.06.2012

Lone F, Sultan AH, Thakar R, Stankiewicz A

A one year prospective comparison of vaginal pessaries and surgery in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse using the validated ICIQ-VS questionnaire

Croydon University Hospital Research Day, Croydon

Runner up prize - research presentation

19.06.2012

Johnson A, Sultan A, Thakar R

Midwives training in the management of perineal trauma – time for reappraisal?

Croydon University Hospital, Research Day

Best poster prize

07.09.2012

Lone F, Thakar R, Sultan AH, Stankiewicz A

Vascularity of the urethra in urinary continent women using colour doppler high-frequency endovaginal ultrasonography (EVUS)

37th Annual IUGA Meeting, Brisbane

Best oral poster by a fellow

06.11.2012

Thiagamoorthy G, Johnson A, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Audit of variations in the incidence, management and recording of obstetric perineal trauma in the United Kingdom

BSUG Annual Research Meeting

Best Abstract

22.03.2013 

Thiagamoorthy G, Johnson A, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Audit of variations in the incidence, management and recording of obstetric perineal trauma in the United Kingdom

Royal Society of Medicine, Herbert Reiss Prize 2013, London

2nd Prize- Best presentation

18.06.13 

Van Delft KWM, Thakar R , Sultan AH

Levator Ani Muscle detachment: predicting the missing link?

Ist Prize - Oral Podium Croydon Research Day

18.06.13

Thiagamoorthy G, Sultan AH, Thakar R

Does concomitant insertion of a minimally invasive suburethral sling (MIS) insertion adversely affect the subjective outcome of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) surgery?

2nd Prize - Oral Podium Croydon Research Day

18.06.13 

Van Delft KWM, Thakar R , Sultan AH

Is there a relationship between anal canal dimensions and anal incontinence following childbirth?

3rd Prize - Oral Podium Croydon Research Day

18.06.14

Naidu M, Sultan A, Thakar R

Getting the size right, are gynaecologists ready for it

1st Prize - Oral Podium Croydon Research Day

18.06.15

Jordan P, Naidu M, Thakar R, Sultan AH

Effect of subsequent vaginal delivery on bowel symptoms and anorectal function in women who sustained a previous Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury (OASI)

Best prize for Service Development, Croydon Research Day

18.06.15

Naidu M, Sultan AH, Thakar R

Outcome of anal symptoms and anorectal function following two obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) - A prospective case controlled study

Highly commended research presentation, Croydon Research Day

18.06.15

Naidu M, Sultan AH, Thakar R

Reducing Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries Using Perineal Support, a Preliminary Experience

Best poster, Croydon Research Day

04.10.16

Van Gruting

The diagnostic accuracy of four imaging techniques for diagnosis of posterior pelvic floor disorders

Best Clinical Research Paper, EUGA meeting, Amsterdam