Hysteroscopy for diagnosing abnormalities in the womb is a very common procedure. Hysteroscopic surgery on the other hand, for treating conditions like fibroids, is less commonly performed. Hysteroscopic operations for removing fibroids or a uterine septum require considerable training and expertise. Prof Homer trained and worked for several years in one of the UK’s leading units for hysteroscopic surgery, University College London Hospitals. He is fully accredited (CREI) in using hysteroscopy to operate on rare conditions such as the uterine septum. Prof Homer wrote one of the world’s leading papers on how to treat the uterine septum as well as a very recent comprehensive review on treating fibroids, polyps and uterine septae to reduce miscarriage risk.