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 United Kingdom Continence Society

 Seminar Series


UKCS Urodynamics Webinar 

(Broadcast: 17.30 GMT on 10th November 2022)

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Supported by an educational grant from Laborie   

Supported by an educational grant from Laborie   

The programme contributes to UKCS members obtaining re-certification for UDS. The course offers lectures and a key part of the course will be the discussions around urodynamic cases, providing quality control of individual practice.

Chair: Tamsin Greenwell, Consultant Urological Surgeon with a Special Interest in Female Reconstructive and Neuro-urology, University College Hospital, London, NHS Trust; Vice Chair, UK Continence Society

Moderator: Karen Guerrero, Consultant Urogynaecologist at NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; Chair, UK Continence Society


17:30  Introduction and Welcome

Tamsin Greenwell, Consultant Urological Surgeon with a Special Interest in Female Reconstructive and Neuro-urology

17:35 The Science of Urodynamics

Richard Axell, Principal Clinical Scientist and Honorary Senior Research Associate, University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust / University College London

18:00 QA the UKCS Way

Andrew Gammie, Clinical Engineer, Urodynamics, Bristol Urological Institute

18:30 The Clinical Utility of Urodynamics

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

18:50 UDS in the Neuropath

Sheilagh Reid, Consultant Urological Surgeon Northern General Hospital, Sheffield

19:05 Paediatric UDs

Eskinder Solomon, Consultant Clinical Scientist with a Special Interest in Diagnostic Tests for Functional Urological Problems (Urodynamics), Guy's and St Thomas'​ NHS Foundation Trust

19:20 Panel Q&A

19:45 -20:30  Traces Review and Discussion  

Photo of Dr Richard Axell

*Each participant will be expected to participate in cases with the relevant urodynamic traces for presentation and discussion within a small group, facilitated by the faculty. Interesting learning points will be fed back to the wider group.

Traces Session Faculty: Tamsin Greenwell, Richard Axel, Karen Guerrero, Kamala Soundarajan, Eskinder Solomon, Stephen Radley, Andrew Gammie, Richard Nobrega, Helena Gresty.


Supported by an educational grant from Laborie   

Course Fee: £60.00 early rate (£80.00 late rate from 2 November 2022) for UKCS members  and  for Non -members the fees are £150.00 early rate (£180.00 late rate from 2 November 2022).  Please pre book your attendance. Registration will ensure you are sent a briefing for the Workshop. 

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