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Specialties and sub-specialties
Mr Ahmed is a Consultant Urologist at King’s College Hospital, King’s Health Partners and a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at King’s College London (KCL). He is a specialist in andrology (men’s health, male sexual/erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, low testosterone management), infertility management, and urethral stricture surgery.
Mr Ahmed also has expertise in managing lower urinary tract disorders (caused by enlarged prostate or bladder dysfunction, or incontinence), recurrent urinary tract infections (cystitis, kidney infections), pelvic pain and chronic prostatitis, and other general benign and malignant urology conditions.
He completed his specialist urology training in London, and undertook clinical fellowship training at University College London Hospital in andrology, men’s reconstructive surgery, and infertility management. He holds a PhD degree in Surgical Education from Imperial College London, and he is also a NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.
He has received a number of awards, and clinical and educational grants, from various organisations, including the European Association of Urology, the British Association of Urological Surgeons, the Royal College of Surgeons, the National Institute for Health Research, Coptcoat Charity, and Pelican Group.
Mr Ahmed has published widely, with more than 200 peer-reviewed publications and around 300 national and international conference presentations. He is editor and author of three urological text books and has written a number of book chapters. He is also on the Editorial Board of BJUI. He is the lead for Surgical Sciences iBSC modules at KCL. He is education lead for EULIS section of European Association of Urology (EAU), board member of Junior ERUS-EAU and tutor on the European Urology Resident Education Programme (EUREP). He has been invited as visiting professor or lecturer to institutions in the USA, Europe, and Middle East.
- Consultant Urological Surgeon and Andrologist
King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London
- Consultant Urological Surgeon/Male factor fertility specialist
King's Fertility, Denmark Hill, London
Current teaching posts
- Senior Clinical Lecturer (Research)
MRC Centre for Transplantation (Guy's Hospital Campus), King's College London
- Lead for the Surgical Sciences Module of the intercalated BSC (iBSC)
King's College, London
- Lead for the students’ research projects
King's College, London
Awards and accolades
• Award: Evaluation of a novel 3D-printed portable cystoscopy device in urological training and practice. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Evaluation of the Microsoft HoloLens as a Training Tool in Urological Laparoscopic Procedures. Charity Funding for the project
• KMRT Joint Research Committee Award, King’s Health Partners. Mental health survivorship programme for prostate and testicular cancers – men’s health maintenance and development programme (MHMDP). £81,330 (2019-2022)
• London Deanery Simulation Training Programme – Urology. Health Education England. (HEE); £22,000 grant for 2018-19
• Best Short Communication Prize; Validation and Transferability of the SIMULATE Ureterorenoscopy Training Curriculum: A Multicenter International Study. K Ahmed, N Raison, T Abe, M Shamim Khan, P Dasgupta. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE); Annual Meeting Switzerland Aug 2018
• Nutritional supplements in idiopathic male infertility: A systematic review. Best Poster for the Poster Session 149; 33rd Annual European Association of Urology (EAU) Congress, March 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark.
• Senior Lectureship Support and Research Grant. Pelicans Foundation, 717A North Circular Road, London NW2 7AH (£350,000 for five years). Jan 2018
• The Urology Foundation (TUF) Robotic Surgery Trianing Programme Grant. M Shamim Khan, Kamran Ahmed, Prokar Dasgupta. TUF Jan 2018 (£75,000) Training Programme Grant for structured cadaveric and mini-fellowship training in 3 UK centres.
• London School of Surgery – Grant for Simulation Training in Urology; Renewable grant since 2012 (10,000 yearly)
• Award: Microsoft Hololens – A novel approach to enhancing non-technical skills. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Development of Training pathway for urethroplasty reconstrutive surgery and validation of 3D training Model. Charity Funding for the project
• Validation and Transferability of the SIMULATE Ureterorenoscopy Training Curriculum “Best Abstract” awards; Société Internationale d'Urologie (SIU); Lisbon, Portugal. 19th – 22nd Oct 2017
• Validation of the European SIMULATE ureterorenoscopy training curriculum. Best Poster for the Poster Session 54: Improving standards through education and training. 32nd Annual European Association of Urology (EAU) Congress, March 2017, London, UK
• Award: Radical Orchidectomy And Fertility Preservation. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Validation of Robotix Simulator – Advance Prostatectomy Module. Royal College of Surgeons
• Award: The Urology Foundation (TUF); Development and Validation of a Flexible Ureterorenoscopy Training Curriculum. Dec 2016
• 2nd prize: Development and validation of a tool for training and assessment of non-technical skills in robot assisted surgery.Wood T., Raison N., Brunckhorst O., Ross T., Wallace L., Challacombe B., Callaghan C., Thurairaja R., Catterwell R., Kessaris N., Khan S., Loukopoulos I., Van Rij S., Blecher G., Wong K., Van Der Poel H., Buffi N., Murphy D., Gavazzi A., Mcilhenny C., Dasgupta P., Ahmed K.
Young Urologist Section EAU Robotic Urology Symposium (ERUS) – Junior ERUS, September 2016, Milan, Italy
• 1st prize: Competency based training for virtual reality simulation in robotic surgery.Raison N., Ahmed K., Fossati N., Buffi N., Brinkman W., Mottrie A., Prokar D., Van Der Poel H. EAU Robotic Urology Symposium (ERUS) – Junior ERUS, September 2016, Milan, Italy
• Best Poster: Section: “What’s new in the field of urological education and training” at the 31st Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology (EAU) March, 2016, Munich. “Learning curve in robot-assisted radical prostatectomy: Practice makes perfect, but what practice?” (Lovegrove C, Dasgupta P, Ahmed K et al.)
• Best Oral Presentation. 3rdr UAE Clinical Simulation & 2nd SESAM MENA Conference, Dubai, UAE; Feb 2016 (Aydin A, Dasgupta P, Khan MS, Ahmed K).
• The Urology Foundation (TUF) Robotic Surgery Trianing Programme Grant. M Shamim Khan, Kamran Ahmed, Prokar Dasgupta. TUF Jan 2016 (£108,000) Training Programme Grant for training in 5 UK centres.
• Award: Robot-Assisted Training – Expert Performance in Full Immersion Simulation, Setting the Benchmark. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Development and evaluation of a cognitive traininging tool for laparoscopic surgery – a randomised controlled trial.
• 1st Prize Young Urologist Section EAU Robotic Urology Symposium (ERUS) – Junior ERUS, September 2015. Bilbao, Spain. “Multi-institutional Development & Validation Of The RARP Score For Training & Assessment”
• 3rd Prize, Young Urologist Section EAU Robotic Urology Symposium (ERUS) – Junior ERUS, September 2015, Bilbao, Spain. "Simulation-based robotic surgery training: Validation of the RobotiX mentor simulator"
• Award: Development of iPhone / Android Apps for Urological Cancers – Prostate Cancer. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Use of Wearable technology (Google Glass) for training and assessment of surgical skills. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Ureteroscopy Training Pathway – Development of training tool in simulated environment.
• Award: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Development and validation of checklist and task analysis for robot assisted partial and radical nephrectomy.
• 2nd Prize Poster/Podium presentation – best paper session: EAU Robotic Urology Section (ERUS), Annual Meeting, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Sept 2014). Development And Validation Of The Checklist Based Assessment Tool For Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy.
• Best Poster; Session: Radical prostatectomy for clinically localized prostate cancer. Multi-institutional validation of the ERUS robotic surgery training curriculum. 29th Annual EAU Congress, Stockholm, Sweden. 11-15th April, 2014
• Award: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Development and validation of checklist and task analysis for robot assisted radical prostatectomy. Charity Funding for the project
• Award: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Ureteroscopy curriculum development in simulation environment.
• Best poster presentation at the EAU Robotic Urology Symposium (ERUS). Towards a standardised training curriculum in robotic surgery - Consensus of an international multidisciplinary group of experts. Awarded one month ERUS Fellowship at European centres. Stockholm, Sweden 3-5th, Sept 2013.
• The 2nd International Forum on Frontiers in Urology (IFFU). 2nd International Simulation Competition for Young Urologists; Awarded excellent candidate category in the urological simulation competition. (April 19-21, 2013). Beijing, China.
• Best poster - Session: ‘Laparoscopy: Training, new technologies and techniques’. Learning curves for urological procedures - a systematic review. 28th Annual EAU Congress, Milan, Italy. 15-19 March 2013
• Selection of the best poster of the Junior ERUS 2012 poster contest “How reliable and valid are the robot assisted surgical simulators?” Abboudi H, Khan MS, Guru K, Dasgupta P, Ahmed K. European Robotic Urology Symposium (ERUS), London, UK Sept 2012
• Best Poster Presentation. Session: Improving our surgical environment: Simulation and safety. Title: Introducing The Productive Operating Theatre (TPOT) programme in urology theatre suites. European Association of Urology (EAU), Annual Meeting, Paris, France, Feb 2012
• ‘Excellence in Education Innovation Trophy' for Urology STeLI Programme. London Deanery’s Simulation Conference, ‘Checklists, Guidelines and Protocols – embedding patient safety’. Dasgupta P, Khan MS, Ahmed K. 20th December, 2010
• The Hunterian Scholarship from the Hunterian Society, London 2010-12. Dissertation/project title: ‘John Hunter’s contribution to medical education’. Scholarship for completion of Medical History Diploma (DHMSA) at the Society of Apothecaries.
- University of Punjab (Rawalpindi Medical College) - MBBS 2002
- Imperial College London - PhD 2002
- Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh - FRCS Urol 2013
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