GASTROINTESTINAL HEALTH FOCUSED. 

Surgical outcomes

Informed by leading research.

GENERAL & BARIATRIC SURGERY | OESOPHAGEAL & GASTRIC CANCERS. 

My clinical research is helping to improve health and surgical outcomes.

Clinical research is the foundation of surgical practice. I’m committed to providing evidence based medical and surgical research that ultimately supports patients and the broader community to achieve superior health outcomes.

  • Interventional weight loss procedures (Oral presentation)– Dietitians New Zealand National Jubilee Conference, Auckland 2018
  • The Effect of Pre-operative Weight Loss on Ten Year Outcomes for Loop Gastric Bypass (Poster presentation) – Australia & New Zealand Metabolic and Obesity Surgery Society Conference, Melbourne 2018
  • Revisional Bariatric Surgery – A single centre experience (Poster presentation) – Australia & New Zealand Metabolic and Obesity Surgery Society Conference, Melbourne 2018
  • Long Term Nutritional Markers for Patients Undergoing One or Two stage Duodenal Switch (DS) (Poster presentation) – Australia & New Zealand Metabolic and Obesity Surgery Society Conference, Melbourne 2018
  • Using sacral nerve modulation to improve continence and quality of life in patients suffering from low anterior resection syndrome. Croese, Alexander D., Whiting, Scott, Vangaveti, Venkat N., and Ho, Yik-Hong (2018). ANZ Journal of Surgery, 88 (11). E787-E791
  • The Effects of Fatigue Associated with Sustained Wakefulness and Functional Energy Drinks (FED) on Laparoscopic Performance S Whiting*, J Hamdorf**, I Lee*, D Hayne**, RMA Petrilli Presented at Notre Dame University Research Symposium 2010
  • An Audit of the Clinical Indicators for Transurethral Resections of the Prostate (TURP) Conducted at a Metropolitan Hospital S Whiting*, D Hayne**, F. Lee Presented Fremantle Hospital – Clinical Governance Unit and Urology Department.
  • Assessing Client Outcomes in Human Services – How do we know what we do works? S Whiting, Terence O’Brien Presented at the 2006 Australasian Evaluation Society Conference.

Are you considering weightloss surgery?

If your BMI is between 30-35 without obesity-related health conditions, Dr Whiting will carefully determine your eligibility for surgical weight-loss interventions.