Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Dr. Sadia Malick

Contact Info

+971 4 41 44444

Designation: Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Languages: English, Urdu

Core Competencies

  • Early Pregnancy problems (Miscarriage/Ectopic/vomiting)
  • Management of Molar pregnancy (Humal Ankoodi)
  • Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (Mukarrar Ijhad)
  • Menstrual problems from young to elder ages
  • PCOS (Takkayus)
  • Weakness of pelvic floor and urine leakage
  • Mature women problems of hot flushes & sweating
  • Contraception
  • Sexual problems in women
  • Prevention of gynecological cancer

Brief Profile

Dr. Sadia Malick is a Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, with more than 26 years of experience in the field of Gynaecology. She has worked in the UK and UAE. She is an expert in Abnormal Uterine Bleeding management and performs advanced hysteroscopy procedures. She has a special interest in Office Gynaecology and had established the first office gynaecology unit in Abu Dhabi.

She is an author of the chapter on Recurrent Miscarriage in the highly acclaimed Obstetrics and Gynaecology Textbook High Risk Pregnancy by Professor James. She is also a TED x Speaker and has extensively published in international journals and is a reviewer for many journals. Dr. Malick is also an Associate Professor at Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi.

She has worked and trained in UK and was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT). She has recently been awarded the Women’s Leadership Award in Dubai by the World Women’s Leadership Congress Awards for her leadership in establishing the first Early Pregnancy Unit of international standards for SEHA in Abu Dhabi.

Qualifications

  • FRCOG (UK) PG Cert MedEd (Dundee) CCT (UK) MBBS

Research & Publications

  • Management of caesarian scar ectopic pregnancy in the light of emerging recent evidence. Malick, S; Syed, A; Kamalo, A; Sadoon, S; Bricker, L; Jones, C; Guest, J Corniche Hospital, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirateshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1471-0528.14113/full
  •  Author of chapter on Recurrent Miscarriage in the Gynaecology Textbook High-Risk Pregnancy: Management Options Edited by James, Steer, Weiner. Gonik & Robson Fifth Edition www.cambridge.org/hrp 2017
  • The effectiveness of gynaecology teaching associates in teaching pelvic examination to medical students: a randomised controlled trial☆Aisha Janjua, P. Smith, J. Chu, N. Raut, S. Malick, I. Gallos, R. Singh, S. Irani, J.K. Gupta, J. Parle, T.J. Clark European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Published online: November 10, 2016 Accepted: October 9, 2016
  • Bipolar radiofrequency compared with thermal balloon ablation in the office: a randomized controlled trial. Smith PP1, Malick S, Clark TJ. Obstet Gynecol. 2014 Aug;124(2 Pt 1):219-25.
  • Leung E, Malick S, Khan, Khalid S: On–the-job evidence based medicine training for the clinician-scientists of the next generation. Clinical Biochemist Reviews August 2013; 34(2): 93–103.
  • Hodgetts V, Malick S. Time to highlight reflection in action as a key component of reflective practice: Newsletter of the International Society for Evidence-Based Health Care: McMaster University. April 2013 Volume 11
  • Clark, T. Justin MD (Hons), MRCOG; Samuel, Nadia MBBS, MRCOG; Malick, Sadia MBBS, MRCOG; Middleton, Lee J. MSc; Daniels, Jane MSc, MMedSci; Gupta, Janesh K. MBChB, FRCOG. Bipolar Radio-Frequency Compared with Thermal Balloon Endometrial Ablation in the Office: A randomised controlled trial. Obstetrics & Gynecology: January 2011 – Volume 117 – Issue 1 – pp 109-118
  • Malick Sadia Mahmood, Hadley Julie, Davis James, Khan, Khalid S.Is evidence- based medicine teaching and learning directed at improving practice: a systematic review.  J R Soc Med 2010: 103: 231–238.
  • Kulier R, Coppus SF, Zamora J, Hadley J, Malick S, Das K, Weinbrenner S, Meyerrose B, Decsi T, Horvath AR, Nagy E, Emparanza JI, Arvanitis TN, Burls A, Cabello JB, Kaczor M, Zanrei G, Pierer K, Stawiarz K, Kunz R, Mol BW, Khan KS. The effectiveness of a clinically integrated e-learning course in evidence-based medicine: a cluster randomised controlled trial. BMC Medical Education 2009, 9:21.
  • Buckley S, Coleman J, Davison I, Khan KS, Zamora J, Malick S, Morley D, Pollard D, Ashcroft T, Popovic C, Sayers J. The educational effects of Portfolios on undergraduate student learning: A Best Evidence Medical Education [BEME] Systematic Review .BEME Guide No 11. Medical Teacher 2009, 4:31; pg282-298.
  • Das K, Malick S, Khan, KS. Assessment of Competency and Performance is essential in evidence-based clinical practice:  Evidence based health care newsletter: Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, McMaster University. September 2008 Volume 28.
  • Malick S, Das K, Khan KS. Tips for teaching evidence- based medicine in a clinical setting: lessons from adult learning theory. Part two. J R Soc Med 2008: 101: 536–543.
  • Das K, Malick S, Khan KS. Tips for teaching evidence- based medicine in a clinical setting: lessons from adult learning theory. Part one. J R Soc Med 2008: 101: 493–500.
  • Eva LJ, Ganisen R, Chan KK, Honest H, Malick S, Luesley DM: Vulval squamous cell carcinoma occurring on a background of differentiated VIN is more likely to recur: a review of 154 cases .Journal of Reproductive Medicine 2008; 53:397-401
  • Das K, Malick S, Khan KS. Tips for Teaching Evidence Based Medicine in Everyday Clinical Practice:  Evidence based health care newsletter: Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, McMaster University. December 2007 Volume 27.                    
  • Hallai N, Anstey A, Mendelsohn S Williams J, Evans-Jones G. Malick S, Badminton MN: Pregnancy in a patient with Congenital erythropoietic porphyria. N Engl J Med 2007 Aug 9; 357(6):622-3.
  • Malick, Sadia Peer Assisted Learning BMJ 2005; 331:47-48

Nationality: British

Number of Years of Experience: 26 years