Ms Bhatti believes in empowering women (high and low risk) with making choices for their birth. As an advocate of continuity of care, Ms Bhatti supports women through pregnancy, birth and postnatal care. She is also a strong advocate of maintaining women's physical fitness during and after birth. She offers meet and greet opportunities to couples so that they can make a positive choice of birth attendant. Ms.Bhatti has experience of working with and respecting diverse cultural and religious backgrounds of women.
General Medical Council
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology
MacDonald UK Obstetric Medicine Society
British Maternal Fetal Medicine Society
Academy of Medical Educators
1. Bhatti S, Cordina M, Penna L, Sherwood R, Dew T, Kametas NA. The effect of ethnicity on the performance of protein-creatinine ratio in the prediction of significant proteinuria in pregnancies at risk of or with established hypertension. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2018 May
2.Association between maternal haemoglobin at 27-29weeks gestation and intrauterine growth restriction. Pregnancy Hypertens. 2015 Oct
Cordina M, Bhatti S, Fernandez M, Syngelaki A, Nicolaides KH, Kametas NA.
3. Cordina M, Bhatti S, Fernandez M, Syngelaki A, Nicolaides KH, Kametas NA.Maternal haemoglobin at 27-29 weeks’ gestation and severity of pre-eclampsia. Maternal Fetal Neonatal Med. March 2015
4 Bhatti S, PatO’Biran: Second stage Caesarean section,RCOGClick 2013,Chapter in a book,Operative Vaginal deliveries, ROBuST manual
5. Bhatti S, Penna L: Maternal Collapse 2012,Journal of Obstetrics,Gynaecology, and Reproductive medicine July 2012