Mr Ian Eardley
|Primary Designation||Consultant Urologist|
|Special Interests||Ian Eardley qualified from Sidney Sussex College and Addenbrooke?s Hospital Cambridge in 1981, undertaking surgical and urological training in Portsmouth, Cambridge and Norwich. He became a Consultant Urologist in St James?s Hospital in Leeds in 1993, where he has developed a general urological practise with particular interest in sexual dysfunction, genital surgery and genitourinary reconstruction. His research has included work on the quality of life after penectomy, urinary tract infection and sexual dysfunction.
He has written or co-authored seven urological textbooks and published over 175 chapters or scientific papers. He was the Director of the Office of Education for the British Association of Urological Surgeons between 2002?2006, Chairman of the Specialist Advisory Committee in Urology between 2007?2009 and a BAUS council member between 2000?2003. He was Surgical Director of the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Programme 2009-2011 and is current Chairman of the Joint Committee for Surgical Training. He is an elected Member of Council of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Council Lead for Training. In addition he is the Immediate Past President of the European Society of Sexual Medicine and Associate Editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Reconstructive urology, penile and urethral disorders, Male sexual dysfunction, urinary incontinence and urinary tract infection