Dr Steven Adair

Dr Steven Adair

Dr Steven Adair

Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

MB Bch BAO FRCOG FRANZCOGMRMed

Fellow RCOG 112471

Fellow RANZCOG ADAISR

Education

Queens University of Belfast (1987-1993)

  • MB Bch BAO July 1993

Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

  • DRCOG September 1996
  • MRCOG November 1998
  • FRCOG November 2013

Royal Australian New Zealand College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

  • FRANZCOG

November 2003 Queens University of Belfast

  • Cert. Med. Ed. December 2006

Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators

  • AFRACMA November 2014

University of New South Wales

  • MRMed 2017

Present Positions

Senior Staff Specialist

The Centenary Hospital for Women & Children
The Canberra Hospital
Yamba Drive, Garran, Canberra, ACT 2605

Specialist Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Suite 2, Level 2
Peter Yorke Building
173 Strickland Crescent
Canberra
ACT 2600

Specialist, IVF Australia, Canberra

Peter Yorke Building
173 Strickland Crescent
Canberra
ACT 2600

Past Employment

  • Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
    Sunderland Royal Hospital, Kayll Road Sunderland, England.
    February 2005-September 2011
  • Staff Specialist Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Locum)
    The Canberra Hospital, Yamba Drive, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
    January 2004-January 2005
  • Fellow / Senior Registrar Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    The Canberra Hospital, Yamba Drive, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
    January 2003-January 2004
  • Registrar / Senior Registrar Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    NIPMDE, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
    August 1999-January 2003
  • Junior Medical Training Rotations
    NIPMDE, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
    August 1993-August 1999

Registration History

  • GMC, UK (4038278) 1993 - Present
  • ACT Medical Board 2003 - 2005
  • Medical Board of Australia October 2010 - Present

Publications

  1. ‘The Heart of Pregnancy, Maternal cardiovascular adaptations in pregnancy’
    P Ranka and SR Adair
    O&G, RANZCO
  2. ‘Laryngeal hamartoma causing polyhydramnios and lethal pulmonary hypoplasia’
    S Webb, S Richmond, C Wright, SR Adair
    ANZJOG, RANZCO
  3. ‘Collapse in obstetrics’
    SR Adair
    O&G, RANZCOG. Vol 8 No 2 2006
  4. ‘A new surgical technique for dealing with uterine inversion’
    P Bland, SR Adair, S Robson
    ANZJOG, RANZCOG. Vol 45 No 3 June 2005
  5. ‘Placenta Increta Conservative Management, A successful Outcome. Case Report and Literature Review’
    Adair S, Elamin D, Tharmaratnam S
    J. Mat. Fetal & Neonatal Med. 2004, 15, 275-278
  6. ‘Domestic violence in late pregnancy and splenic injury: Delayed Presentation’
    McKenna D, Adair S, Price J
    Acta Obstett Gynaecol Scand. 2003; 82(1):956
  7. ‘Acute and Emergency Management of Molar pregnancy’ (Book Chapter)
    Steven Adair & Kim Hinshaw
    Managing Gynaecological Emergencies. C. Cox, K. Grady and K. Hinshaw; 105-106: BIOS Scientific Publishers
    Limited, Oxford, 2003
  8. ‘Triplet Pregnancy with Twin to Twin Transfusion syndrome – A Good Outcome’ (Abstract)
    J. Obs. Gynae.; Vol. 22, Supp 1, March 2002
  9. ‘Placenta Increta – Conservative Management, A successful Outcome’(Abstract)
    J. Perinat. Med.; Vol. 29 (2001), Supp 1
  10. ‘The Treatment of Endometrial Carcinoma in a District General Hospital – A 5-year Review’ (Abstract)
    Transac N of Eng Obstet Gynaecol Soc., 1998.

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