James Duffy

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Dr James Duffy is Clinical Fellow at King’s Fertility, The Fetal Medicine Research Institute, London. His clinical interests include endometriosis, reproductive medicine, and gynaecological surgery. He cares passionately about value-based medicine and is an advocate for the better understanding and use of evidence across women's health. He has worked to further this agenda within diverse national and international organisations including the Cochrane Collaboration, NHS England, and World Health Organization. He has written over 100 publications and is invited to present regularly at national and international conferences. He has been awarded numerous national and international prizes for quality improvement, teaching, and research. You can follow James on Instagram (@DrJamesMNDuffy) and Twitter (@JamesMNDuffy).

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Keyhole surgery to treat infertility associated with endometriosis: the latest evidence

In this blog for people with endometriosis, Dr Ippokratis Sarris, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and the Director of King’s Fertility, and Dr James Duffy, Clinical Fellow at King’s Fertility, discuss the reasons why endometriosis causes fertility problems, potential treatment options, and the latest Cochrane evidence on keyhole surgery (laparoscopic surgery) for endometriosis.

Ultrasound for diagnosing endometriosis: the latest evidence

In this blog for people with endometriosis, Dr Mathew Leonardi, Surgeon and Sonologist at McMaster University and Dr James Duffy, Clinical Fellow at King’s Fertility, discuss the latest Cochrane evidence on the use of ultrasound to diagnose endometriosis. They both reflect on the current research evidence, latest developments in the use of ultrasound in the diagnosis of endometriosis, and how the effective use of ultrasound could reduce delays in diagnosis.