United Kingdom Continence Society

 Seminar Series

 2022


UKCS WEBINAR 2022 SPRING SERIES (Click to visit full details)

Coming Soon..........

Pessaries - UK Clinical Guideline for best practice

April 2022

Lead: Veena Tyagi, Consultant Urogynaecologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.

Pessaries and the Pelvic Floor - non-surgical management of prolapse

Katie Lough, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist at NHS, Lochwinnoch, Scotland 

Certification as a Pessary Practitioner

Jennifer Davies, Consultant Gynaecologist, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust

Pessary Decision Making, Fitting and Trouble Shooting

Angie RantellLead Nurse, Urogynaecology at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


Streaming Now......

Treatment Of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

(13th January 2022) Streaming now

 an Axonics Company Sponsored Education Event


Neuromodulation: advances in technology and clinical practice in a post Covid World.

(20th January 2022) Streaming now

a Medtronics  Sponsored Education Event 


Treatment Of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

(13th January 2022) Streaming now

 an Axonics Company Sponsored Education Event

Treatment Of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

(13th January 2022) Streaming now

 an Axonics Company Sponsored Education Event

Neuromodulation: advances in technology and clinical practice in a post Covid World.

(20th January 2022) Streaming now

a Medtronics  Sponsored Education Event







Pessaries - UK Clinical Guideline for best practice

10.30 on 30th March 2022





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