27th United Kingdom Continence Society

'As Live' Online: Annual Scientific Meeting

1st - 5th   MARCH 2021


UKCS Annual General Meeting

08.30 - 09.30


The first AGM of the newly registered charity. Catch up on developments of your Society

  Chairman: Roland Morley

See Agenda here

Nomination of Officers for 2021 - see here


 welcome: Day 2

27TH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF THE UNITED KINGDOM CONTINENCE SOCIETY

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We are very grateful to our friends at Urology News for their on-going support in promoting this event to their readership. 

WELCOME: the UKCS Online event will open at 08.30 Friday 5th March 2021

Delegates will be able to review the UKCS Online Programme, Webinars from Medical Suppliers, the Company Zone, Experience UKCS Social Zone and other features. Pre-event Programme can be viewed here

09.25 Welcome Address and information with Karen Guerrero and Suzanne Hagen: Glasgow Committees (Repeated from Thursday)


Guest Speaker 4 09.30 - 10.10 

Can We Predict and Prevent Birth-related Pelvic Floor Disorders

Key Note Speaker: Ian Milsom, Consultant Gynaecologist, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Institute of Clinical Sciences, Göteborg.

Chair: Suzanne Hagen, Glasgow



Clinical Measurements 10.15 - 11.45

Chair: Andrew Gammie, Clinical Engineer, Urodynamics, Bristol Urological Institute,

Moderator: Doug Small, Glasgow

Sensation Kinetics and Ultrasound Imaging for Non-Invasive Urodynamics

John Speich, Professor and Associate Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, Director of Cooperative Education, College of Engineering
Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Ultrasound Detection of Detrusor Overactivity

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

Non-invasive Measurement of Bladder Outlet Obstruction

Michael Drinnan, Honorary Reader, Newcastle University Head of Clinical Engineering, Northern Medical Physics & Clinical Engineering, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Trust


Colorectal Aspects of Pelvic Floor Management 10.15 - 11.45

STI – a Bottom Up Approach

Andy Winter, Clinical Lead for eHealth & Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow

The CHAIT Procedure

Stephen Glancy, Consultant Radiologist, NHS Lothian





11.45 - 12.00 Break: Time to visit the Network and Social Zones or explore the Company Zone

The Menopause and the Pelvic Floor                 12.00 - 12.35   

Female Urogenital Ageing:  evolving concepts

David Barlow, Emeritus Professor, previously Executive Dean of Medicine, The University of Glasgow; Director of Women's Services, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar



    Guest Speaker 6 12.35 - 13.15

    UTIs – an Elephant in the Room

    Key Note Speaker: James Malone-Lee, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, UCL



    13.15 - 14.00   Break: Time to visit the Network and Social Zones or explore the Company Zone

    UKCS Debate: 14.00 - 15.00

     “All patients need to be discussed at a MDT Meeting before treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction” 

    Chair: Karen Guerrero Glasgow

    The Teams: Introducing

    • For the motion: Roland Morley , Immediate Past-Chair, UKCS & Katie Mann, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Southport & Ormskirk NHS Hospitals, and Liverpool Women's Hospital
    and
    • Against the motion: Angie Rantell, Lead Nurse Urogynaecology / Nurse Cystoscopist, King’s College Hospital, London & Matthew Parsons, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Birmingham Women’s Hospital 



    Urodynamics Certification 15.15 - 15.30

    with Paul Abrams, Professor of Urology, North Bristol NHS Trust and a Director of the Bristol Urological Institute


    Continence Technology   15.30 - 16.30    

    Intermittent Catheters

    Margaret Macaulay, Continence Technology Research Nurse, Southampton

    Indwelling Catheters & Biofilms

    Sandra Wilks, Lecturer in Medical Microbiology, Southampton



      16.30  Conference Awards, the UKCS 2022 Conference launch and Closing Remarks for  the 'Glasgow 2021' Online Conference

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