03 Mar 2020, 00 00 - 03 Mar 2020, 00 00
Medical Education Centre
Countess of Chester Hospital, Chester
The MASIC foundation aims to reduce the incidence of birth injury as well as helping new mothers who may be suffering In silence.
On the 3rd March, 2020 we will be holding our North West Education Day in honour of our secretary, Mr George Foster, who sadly passed away last year. George was passionate about MASIC, and was a long serving Consultant Surgeon at the Countess of Chester.
This is will be a multidisciplinary day, organised by the MASIC Foundation with leading speakers, reflecting the diverse professional roles required to coordinate and deliver effective and individualised care for women experiencing Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury (OASI). The study day is open to OASI mothers, and all healthcare professionals, with relevance to students and registered professionals in midwifery, nursing, physiotherapy, mental health, obstetrics, urogynaecology and pelvic floor surgery, among others.
A draft programme of the day is below:
10:00 Welcome & OASI syndrome Prof Keighley
10:30 The MASIC foundation Jennie Grainger
10:40 Mothers stories x 2 TBC
11:30 Role of the colorectal nurse and rectal irrigation Brigitte Collins
11:45 Physiotherapy support for OASI mothers Katie Mann
12:00 Lifestyle tips and tricks for OASI mothers Sandra Blythin
12:15 The OASI clinic David Iles
12:30 Questions and answers
Rectal irrigation Brigitte Collins
Anopress Siobhan Bathgate
PTNS Domini Mullins, Sandra Blythin, Clare Molyneux
14:00 Mothers stories x2 TBC
14:30 Lets talk about sex after perineal trauma Kate Walsh and Ana Mathews
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 Urogynaecology consequences of OASI Shaireen Aleem
15:30 Outcomes after perineal reconstruction Jennie Grainger
15:45 Neuromodulation in OASI Karen Telford
16:00 Future delivery after OASI Gillian Fowler
To register for the event please log onto the eventbrite page here.
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