27th United Kingdom Continence Society

'As Live' Online: Annual Scientific Meeting

1st - 5th   MARCH 2021


Online Workshop Series 

1. Urodynamics Re-CERTIFICATION.

Monday 1st March 2021: 17.00 - 18.30


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.

Introduction and Welcome

The Science of Urodynamics

Doug Small, Head of Urology Physics, Dept of Clinical Physics & Bioengineering, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 

QA the ICS Way

Duncan Middleton, Senior Research Scientist at Medical Devices Unit, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

The Clinical Utility of Urodynamics

 Joby Taylor, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Forth Valley Royal Hospital

Traces Session * Mentors and delegates

*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 Online 2021.  Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the Workshop. 

2. Medical Training in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.

Monday 1st March 2021: 19.00 - 20.30


Speakers: 

Urogynaecology : Hayser Lucena, BSUG Exec Committee Associate Members Representative

Urology: Jenny Jones , BAUS Representative

DUKES CLUB: Anabelle Williams, Dukes Club Pelvic Floor and Proctology Rep

BGS: tbc

Paediatric Urology: Lynne McIntosh, BAPU Rep

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS  Online 2021.    Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the workshop. 


 3. Intravesical Botulinum Toxin.

Tuesday 2nd March: 17.00 - 18.30


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


The programme and faculty from the University Hospital, Ayr

17.00 Introduction – What is Botox?

Holly Bekarma, Consultant Urologist and  Jenny Jones, ST7 Urology


Videos of Procedure

Holly Bekarma & Jenny Jones

How to Set Up kit/room/botox

Louise Goodwin, ANP


NHS A&A Pathway

Jenny Jones and Louise Goodwin

Impact of Covid on Botox Pathways

Holly Bekarma


Q & A The Faculty

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS Online 2021. 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. Conservative Management of Pelvic Pain.

Wednesday 3rd March: 17.00 - 18.45


Committee lead: Valarie Clarke, Team Lead Physiotherapist, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS Trust


Guest Speaker: Jilly Bond, Cardiff


Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS Online 2021. 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 


4. Transcutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation (TTNS) - a useful addition to the OAB treatment pathway.

Tuesday 2nd March: 19.00 - 20.15


‘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.

19.00 Introduction

TTNS in practice: Demonstration and Evidence from Community Bladder & Bowel Services

Jo Booth, Professor of Rehabilitation Nursing & Ageing Well Research Group Lead, Centre for Living, School of Health & Life Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University

Questions

A Systematic Review of Effectiveness of TTNS for OAB             

Sami Shawer, Subspecialist Registrar in Urogynaecology

Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Honorary Clinical Lecturer, University of Glasgow

Questions

Women’s views on the acceptability of TTNS for treating OAB

Ciara Daly, ST7 trainee in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ulster Hospital, Northern Ireland

20.00 Questions

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS Online 2021.  Please pre-book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the meeting.  

6. The BSUG Database - what do the National Reports tell us about UK practice for Incontinence, Prolapse and Mesh Complication Surgery?

Wednesday 3rd March: 19.00 - 20.30

Chair: Andrew Hextall, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Speakers:

Kapilmeet Kaur, Consultant, Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Rod Teo, Consultant Gynaecologist at Leicester Royal Infirmary

Priyanka Krishnaswamy, Registrar, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University Hospital Of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust

Overview:  Workshop will focus on the BSUG database; the data collected from it and will summarise the published National reports which include Continence surgery, Pelvic Organ Prolapse surgery and Mesh Complication surgery. Trends in procedure numbers, outcomes and complication rates will be discussed allowing delegates to have an up to date overview of current practice within the UK. 

Course Fee: no charge if attending  if attending UKCS Online 2021.   Please pre-book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the meeting

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