Dr Chakrabarti joined Barnet Hospital as a locum consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist in 2022 and is also a clinical lecturer at University College London Medical School where she leads the curriculum mapping team and the gender equality taskforce.

Her main areas of interest are in managing complex obstetric patients, pelvic pain, endometriosis and menopause. She is interested in educational research and has led and supervised numerous projects on virtual mock OSCEs (clinical examinations) and professional identity.





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• Prescribing Hormone Replacement Therapy: Key considerations for primary care physicians. Chakrabarti R. British Journal of Gender Practice 2023; 73(732): 330-332. Available from DOI: 10.3399/bjgp23X733473
• Evaluating a novel intervention in undergraduate medicine: an MBBS Curriculum Map. Wardle K, Chakrabarti R, Wright T, Taylor B, Ntuibane D, Gishen F. BMC Med Educ?23, 227 (2023). Available here.
• “We need more practice”: Evaluating the role of virtual mock OSCEs in the undergraduate curriculum. Lim, GHT, Gera RD, Hany Kamel F, Thirupathirajan VAR, Albani S, Chakrabarti R. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2023;14: p157-166. Available here.
• TOP GUN: lessons for the NHS. Chakrabarti, R & Jones, R. Available here.
• Medical student perceptions of reflective practice in the undergraduate curriculum [version 3; peer review: 2 approved] Gishen F, Chakrabarti R. MedEdPublish 2022;?12:53. Available here.
• More than burnout: qualitative study on understanding attrition among senior Obstetrics and Gynaecology UK-based trainees. Chakrabarti?R,?Markless?S. BMJ Open?2022;12:e055280.?Available from DOI:?10.1136/bmjopen-2021-055280
• Prescribing the oral contraceptive pill: Key considerations for primary care physicians. Chakrabarti R, Chakrabarti Rini. British Journal of General Practice. 2021;71(712):522-524. Available from DOI:?10.3399/bjgp21X717653
• Approaching an Undergraduate Medical Curriculum Map: challenges and expectations. Chakrabarti R., Wardle K, Wright T, Bennie T & Gishen F. BMC Med Educ. 2021:341 (2021). Available here.
• The management of menopausal symptoms in women following treatment for cancer at a specialist menopause service.?Chakrabarti R, Holloway D, Bruce D & Rymer, J. Post Reproductive Health.?2021. Available here.
• The role of the multidisciplinary team in the management of deep infiltrating endometriosis.?Ugwumadu, L, Chakrabarti R, Williams-Brown E, Rendle J, Swift I, John B, Allen-Coward H & Ofuasia E. Gynecological surgery. 2017:14(1), pp.1-4.

Research interests include pelvic pain, menopause, endometriosis, medical education and professional identity.