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

Pessaries - UK Clinical Guideline for best practice

3rd November 2022

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

18.05 Practical tips for pessary use for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

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

18.20 Self-management of pessaries for POP

Lucy Dwyer, Clinical Nurse Specialist, The Warrell Unit, Manchester

18.35 Certification for clinical use of pessary for POP

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

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a Medtronics  Sponsored Education Event 

(Broadcast: 17.30 GMT on 10th November 2022)

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Supported by an educational grant from Laborie   

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.

Chair: Tamsin Greenwell, Consultant Urological Surgeon with Special Interest in Female Reconstructive and Neuro-urology, University College Hospital, London, NHS Trust; Vice Chair, UK Continence Society

Moderator: Karen Guerrero, Consultant Urogynaecologist at NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; Chair, UK Continence Society


17:30  Introduction and Welcome

Tamsin Greenwell, Consultant Urological Surgeon with Special Interest in Female Reconstructive and Neuro-urology

17:35 The Science of Urodynamics

Richard Axell, Principal Clinical Scientist and Honorary Senior Research Associate, University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust / University College London

18:00 QA the UKCS Way

Andrew Gammie, Clinical Engineer, Urodynamics, Bristol Urological Institute

18:30 The Clinical Utility of Urodynamics

Stephen Radley, Consultant Gynaecologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Honorary Senior Lecturer at The University of Sheffield, Clinical Lead and Training Programme Director for Urogynaecology in Sheffield

18:50 UDS in the Neuropath

Sheilagh Reid, Consultant Urological Surgeon Northern General Hospital, Sheffield

19:05 Paediatric UDs

Eskinder Solomon, Consultant Clinical Scientist with a Special Interest in Diagnostic Tests for Functional Urological Problems (Urodynamics), Guy's and St Thomas'​ NHS Foundation Trust

19:20 Panel Q&A

19:45 -20:30 Breakout Rooms: Traces Review and Discussion  

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