27th United Kingdom Continence Society

Annual Scientific Meeting

22nd-24th April 2020

Pre-  Conference Programme (Wednesday Morning)

1. Urodynamics Re-CERTIFICATION.

Workshop lead: Doug Small, Glasgow

The programme contributes to UKCS members obtaining re-certification for UDS. The course offers lectures and a key part of the course will be the discussions around urodynamic cases, providing quality control of individual practice.

0900 Registration and coffee

0920 Introduction and Welcome

0930 The Science of Urodynamics Doug Small, Dept of Clinical Physics & Bioengineering, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 

1000 QA the ICS Way Duncan Middleton, Senior Research Scientist at Medical Devices Unit, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

1030 Refreshments

1050 The Clinical Utility of Urodynamics Joby Taylor, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Forth Valley Royal Hospital

1120 Paediatric UDS Susan McCartney, Continence Nurse, The Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.

1130 Traces Session * Mentors and delegates

1200 Close

*Each participant will be expected to bring along two cases with the relevant urodynamic traces for presentation and discussion within a small group, facilitated by the faculty. Interesting learning points will be fed back to the wider group.

Course Fee: £35.00 for UKCS members and attending the UKCS 2020.   £80.00 if just attending the course and non-members of UKCS. Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the workshop. 

2. Laparoscopic Suturing Workshop.

Committee lead: Veenu Tyagi, Glasgow

Programme to include a ‘dry lab’ and high tutor to participant ration of 1:2.

Course Fee: £80.00 if attending  if attending UKCS 2020.   £200.00 if just attending the course. Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the workshop. 

Equipment supplied by:

 

3. Transcutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation.

Committee leads: – Jo Booth, Professor of Rehabilitation Nursing & Ageing Well Research Group Lead, CI Electric Trial, Glasgow and Karen Nicolson, Glasgow

‘This workshop will overview the evidence for transcutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (TTNS) as non-invasive neuromodulation treatment for overactive bladder/urgency urinary incontinence/mixed UI and teach delegates how to use TTNS with adults and support ongoing self-management of continence.

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS 2020.   £80.00 if just attending the course. Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the workshop. 


4. Conservative Management of Pelvic Pain.

"Assessing an Unhappy Bladder: How to be a clinical ninja"

Committee lead: Jackie Montgomery, Glasgow

Lead tutor: Jilly Bond,

Clinical Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Cardiff.

Bladder pain syndrome is not all about the bladder. Set yourself up to succeed with comprehensive assessment skills that take into account systemic pathological neuroimmune, sensory and motor changes.

This workshop will explore what we're told and how our patients communicate their needs. We'll also look at how we can best facilitate their recovery, and walk away with resources to revamp practice.

www.JillyBond.com

 Programme

08.30 Registration 

09:00 The role of physio within the MDT.  Jackie Montgomery

09:30 "Assessing an Unhappy Bladder: How to be a clinical ninja" Jilly Bond

10:30 Refreshments

11:00 Workshop continues

12:00 Conclusion and Lunch

No of places is limited to 60 and allocated on first come first served basis.

Course fee includes: Coffee and ‘snacks’ will be served (at 08.30 am) prior to the meeting, at the mid-course break and a buffet lunch will be provided at the completion of the course. Course materials and CPD Certificate.

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS 2020.   £80.00 if just attending the course. Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the meeting. 

  

The workshop is supported by an educational grant given to UKCS by:

 5. Intravesical Botulinum Toxin.

Committee lead: Holly Bekarma, Consultant Surgeon, University Hospital, Ayr

Two workshops of 90 minutes each will be run consisting of approximately 30 minutes lectures and practical sessions using models.

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS 2020.   £80.00 if just attending the course. Please pre-book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the meeting.  Limited numbers to @20 per course

The workshop is supported by an educational grant given to UKCS by

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