Eleonora Dimovska

PhD student at Department of Surgical Sciences, Plastic Surgery

Visiting address:
Plastik- och maxillofacial kirurgi
Akademiska sjukhuset, ingång 85, 9 tr
751 85 Uppsala
Postal address:
Plastik- och maxillofacial kirurgi
Akademiska sjukhuset, ingång 85, 9 tr
751 85 Uppsala

Short presentation

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Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon trained in the UK and Sweden with an interest in microsurgery, head & neck reconstruction and medical education. Currently undertaking her fellowship in reconstructive microsurgery at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan.

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No link between patient satisfaction and appointment waiting times - BAOMS Press Release

NHS waiting time targets challenged by new study showing no link between patient satisfaction and appointment waiting times.

Lead author Eleonora Dimovska, a Registrar at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital, writing in the British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (BJOMS), says: “There is increasing pressure in the NHS to design services around the priorities and values of the patients, and patient autonomy is becoming increasingly important. If clinicians make decisions in the ‘best interests’ of patients without knowing their views, it could compromise the quality and appropriateness of care.

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After medical school at St: George's University of London, Dr Dimovska completed foundation and core surgical training in medicine and surgery at Southampton University Hospital and Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital. Following this, her plastic surgery training continued at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, Oxford University Hospital and St: Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery & Burns. She completed her training at Uppsala University Hospital where she was appointed a substantive consultant in August 2019.

MBBS - Undergraduate medical degree, St:George's University of London

MRCS(Eng) - Surgical membership exam, Royal College of Surgeons of England

MSc Reconstructive Microsurgery - Postgraduate masters degree, Queen Mary University of London

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Microsurgery

Quality of Life Outcomes in Plastic Sugery

Head & Neck Reconstruction

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Eleonora Dimovska