British Uro-Oncology Group
Advanced Prostate Cancer:Integrating Change - Optimising Patient Care
Thursday 28th November 2013
Supporting the evolvement of effective and locally-tailored models of service delivery for patients with advanced prostate cancer remains high on the agenda for the British Uro-oncology Group (BUG). Of paramount importance within the changing National Health Service, is improved communication between all disciplines caring for these patients as well as access to and most appropriate use of the increasing range of treatment options. BUG, partnering with Macmillan, invites you to participate in this final meeting of a series in 2013:
Advanced Prostate Cancer: Integrating Change – Optimising Patient Care
This meeting, in keeping with others in this series will build on and take forward outputs from BUG’s meetings in previous years on this subject.
The optimal care of men with advanced prostate cancer is an increasingly complex process spanning primary, secondary, community and palliative care professionals alongside commissioning professionals and groups.
There is no registration fee for these meetings, but we do ask all participants to cover their own travel costs. Please register your place via the BUG website: www.bug.uk.com
To view the event flyer please click here.
Association for Continence Advice (ACA) Annual Conference and Exhibition 2014
8th - 9th May 2014, Hilton Birmingham Metropole
The Association for Continence Advice Annual Conference and Exhibition 2014 will be held at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on the 8th and 9th May 2014, and is the ideal opportunity to meet like minded professionals whilst continuing professional development.
There is a comprehensive programme on offer which tackles contemporary issues affecting those working within continence care.
- Dementia – Mental Health Conditions and the Impact on Continence
- Dementia and the Impact on Continence – A Professional’s Experience
- Dementia and the Impact on Continence – A Carer’s Experience
- Catheter Troubleshooting
- Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke (ICONS) – Findings from a Randomised Controlled Trial
- Measuring Outcomes in Respect of Continence Issues
- Different Way of Looking at and Treating Bladders – The Social Bladder
- The Cystitis and Overactive Bladder (COB) Foundation
- Circumcision a Form of Male Genital Mutilation?
- Female Genital Mutilation – Impact on Continence
- Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) Quality Standards – Controversial?
- Erectile Dysfunction
Visit the conference website to view the full programme and to book www.eventsforce.net/acaconference2014
For more information contact 01506 292 042 or visit http://www.aca.uk.com/