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MIMS Nuropathic Bladder MasterclassUpdate Icon

27th March 2015

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, London, HA7 4LP

This half-day seminar, chaired by urological surgeon Mr Julian Shah, will cover key topics in care and treatment of patients with neuropathic bladder problems, including:

● What’s new in management of the neuropathic bladder
● Quality of life issues for the patient with neuropathic bladder problems
● Multidisciplinary, case-based discussion with panel and audience participation.

The seminar is free of charge to healthcare professionals with a special interest in
neuropathic bladder problems, including: consultants/specialty registrars working in spinal
units, nurses and other professionals working in spinal units, urologists, urology nurses, and
continence nurses.

For further information please click here to download the course flyer

Free online training event 

Wednesday 25th March, 7-8pm. 

What are the Benefits and Challenges of Intravesical Therapies in Treating High risk Non-muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer?


Jonathan Borwell - Lead Urology Nurse Practitioner, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

Alison Gidlow - Senior Urology Cancer Nurse, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust 

For more information and to register, click here



Prostate Cancer UK Summit 2015 – Rethinking the treatment pathway

08:45-17:45, Saturday 18 April 2015, Park Plaza Riverbank, London

This meeting is free of charge for BAUN members

The Prostate Cancer UK Summit is a one-day meeting designed to support health care professionals involved in managing prostate cancer to deliver ever-improved patient outcomes. This year’s meeting will focus on the latest data for interventions in the advanced disease setting to understand how practice could evolve to integrate these new options and improve outcomes for patients as a result. The 2015 Summit Steering Committee intends to put the health care professional at the heart of the meeting and to make it personally relevant to delegates. As such, the programme includes various breakout sessions from which delegates will be able to select those that they feel will provide the most relevant and important learnings for their daily practice.

This meeting is solely sponsored by Janssen. More information and meeting registration (free) on www.janssen-oncology.co.uk.

Date of preparation: February 2015
Item code: PHGB/MEDed/0215/0014

ACA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2015

4th and 5th June 2015, Hilton Brighton Metropole

ACA_2015_270x430.jpgFollowing a hugely successful conference in Birmingham which again was sold out, we are delighted to
announce that ACA Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held on the 4th and 5th June 2015 at the Hilton Brighton Metropole.

The theme of this year's programme is Combatting Challenges to Continence across the Age Span which will focus on contemporary continence issues affecting people of all ages and their families and the staff who work with them.

There will also be an extensive exhibition which will feature over 50 companies offering new innovative products and practical solutions.

To secure your place at conference please visit the registration website and book today!

The comprehensive programme has been designed based on previous delegate feedback and will tackle contemporary issues affecting those working within continence care. Programme highlights include:

  • The Future of Continence Services
  • Urology in Transition
  • Consent Through The Ages
  • Ketamine
  • Post Natal Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction
  • CAUTI Reduction
  • IBS and Diet
  • Bowel Medication
  • Perspective and Managing Long Term Catheter Use
  • Supra-pubic Catheters: A Practical Guide

To view the full programme and to register please visit the conference website.

For more information about the Association for Continence Advice visit: www.aca.uk.com 

For Clinical Nurse Specialists: 
An Update on the Management of Advanced Prostate Cancer

Friday 12th December 2014, 09.45 – 16.15
The Thistle, Marble Arch, Bryanston Street, London W1H 7EH

Provided by:
British Uro-oncology Group (BUG) 
British Association of Urological Nurses (BAUN)

You are invited to register free of charge for this meeting by following the link below – we hope you will be able to join us.