Bladder & Bowel UK (BBUK) Continence Symposium – Coventry

Bladder & Bowel UK (BBUK) Continence Symposium - CoventryBladder & Bowel UK (BBUK) Continence Symposium - Coventry

Bladder & Bowel UK (BBUK) Continence Symposium – Coventry

by Bladder & Bowel UK

This event will include a wide range of lectures, workshops on a variety of continence issues, all delivered by experts in these fields.
Bladder & Bowel UK (BBUK) Continence Symposium - Coventry

Bladder & Bowel UK (BBUK) Continence Symposium – Coventry

About this Event

by Bladder & Bowel UK

The BBUK’s Symposiums provide healthcare professionals with an excellent opportunity to gain practical and expert advice from national speakers who are experts in their field. The events will comprise lectures, multi-disciplinary discussions highlighting case studies to influence best practice, together with an extensive exhibition including company representatives and charitable services.

The Symposium is aimed at a wide range of healthcare professionals including specialist, urology, general, children’s and school nurses, allied healthcare professionals and those who work in residential and care homes. There will be concurrent educational streams providing delegates with the opportunity to access a broad educational programme. Attending the symposium will contribute to NMC revalidation and CPD for other healthcare professionals.

9.00 am – 10.00 am

Registration, exhibition viewing & refreshments

10.00am –11.00am

Parallel Session 1 – Choose from one of the following:

Paediatric

Introduction & welcome

June Rogers MBE, Children’s Specialist Nurse – BBUK

Day time urinary incontinence

Martina Thomas, Paediatric Urology Nurse Specialist

East Suffolk & North East Essex Foundation Trust

Adults

Introduction & welcome

Karen Irwin, Specialist Nurse/Manager – BBUK

My Journey: A real-life experience

Shane Booth, The Man that Speaks

11.00 am -11.30 am

Exhibition & refreshments

11.30am – 12.30pm

Parallel Session 2 – Choose from one of the following:

Paediatrics

Going POTTY ?! A proactive approach to toilet training children with Down Syndrome

Nicola Enoch – Positive About Down Syndrome

An early intervention approach to toilet training children with Down Syndrome

June Rogers, MBE – BBUK

Adults

Menopause, sexual function and bladders

Angie Rantell, Lead Nurse, Urogynaecology

Kings College Hospital

Cauda Equina Syndrome – overview

Claire Thornber, Founder

Cauda Equina Syndrome Association

12.30pm – 1.30pm

Lunch & Exhibition

1.30pm – 2.30pm

Parallel Session 3 – Choose from one of the following

Paediatric

Pro-active bowel management in children with ARMs

Davina Richardson, Children’s Nurse Specialist, BBUK

Max’s Trust, supporting people born with ARMs: the role of the charity

Cassie Finnigan, Chairman – Max’s Trust

Adults

Multi Cath study & continence product update

Margaret Macauley, Research Nurse/Project Manager

Southampton University

RCN National Guidance – Catheter Care and Bowel Care

Alison Wileman, Chair – RCN Bladder & Bowel Forum

2.30pm – 3.00pm

Coffee & Exhibition

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Parallel Session 4 – Choose from one of the following:

Paediatric

Transition: A condition is for life, not just paediatrics

Dan Wood PhD, FRCS

Consultant in adolescent & reconstructive urology –

UCL Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Adults

MS and Continence Management

Liam Rice, MS Specialist Nurse – Sheffield

Nocturia Overview and Patient’s Perspective

Joanne Hoyle, Specialist Nurse – BBUK

Close, Evaluation and Certificates

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