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Sadeka Dabous


MB ChB, University of Glasgow, 2004 

MRCOG, London, 2010 

Diploma of Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, London, 2007 

Ms Sabrina Das is the site lead for antenatal services and maternity patient information at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital. After graduating with honours from Glasgow Medical School in 2004, she has worked in Scotland, South Africa and London, completing specialty training in north east London. She has done extensive work in north east London working with community midwifery services and primary care providers to improve the experience of women undergoing induction of labour, a project that earned a runner-up BMJ Award for Best Maternity Team in 2014. She is currently consultant lead for several exciting quality improvement projects at the Trust, making a difference to women's experience of induction of labour as well as in the antenatal clinic through staff engagement and process improvement. Most recently, the team is trialling a new induction agent that shortens induction of labour time.


Antenatal care, obstetrics, intrapartum care, high-risk obstetrics, community gynaecology

Research & publications

O’Dwyer, S. L., Gupta, M., and Anthony, J.(2015) Pulmonary edema in pregnancy and the puerperium: a cohort study of 53 cases. Journal of perinatal medicine, 43.6: 675–81

O'Dwyer, Sabrina, et al. (2015) Improving induction of labour – a quality improvement project addressing Caesarean section rates and length of process in women undergoing induction of labour. BMJ quality improvement reports, 4.1: u203804-w4027

O'Dwyer, Sabrina (2017) Re: The effect of senior obstetric presence on maternal and neonatal outcomes in UK NHS maternity units: a systematic review and meta‚Äźanalysis. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology