This special interest day located in the South West aims to promote understanding of a range of bladder conditions, highlight the impact of these conditions on the every day lives of children and provide an update on the current MultiCath trial.

Objectives

  • To promote understanding of a range of bladder conditions
  • To increase awareness of interventions, products and techniques available to manage complex conditions
  • To highlight the impact of continence problems on the every day life of a teenager
  • To provide an update on the MultiCath trial.

Evidence of attendance and certification will be provided in order to support CPD and NMC revalidation for nurses

Speakers

Brenda Cheer, Paediatric Specialist Continence Nurse & ERIC Nurse

Aled Griffiths, Child Ambassador for Mitrofanoff Support

Margaret McCauley, Research Nurse/Study Coordinator, MultiCath Trial - University of Southampton

Programme

10.30-11.00 Registration and refreshments. Exhibition viewing

11.00–13.00 Complex bladders, catheterisation & surgical interventions - Brenda Cheer

13.00–14.00 Lunch & exhibition viewing

14.00-14.20 A teenager's perspective - Aled Griffiths

14.20–14.50 Update on The MultiCath Trial - Margaret McCauley

14.50–15.00 Summary & Close - ERIC & Hunter Urology

Transport to the venue

Travelling down from the north:

From the M5 continue onto A38 (The Devon Expressway). Exit left signposted Kennford/Kenn. Follow the road as it bears round to the right and go past the Gissons Pub. Continue past the Exeter Court Hotel. Take the next left. (If you see a sign post for Exeter and Splatford you have gone too far!)

Follow the single track country lane for about 500 metres, you will enter the village of Kenn. Continue through Kenn. The road bears round to the left and over a small bridge. The Ley Arms is on your right.

Travelling up from the south:

From the A38 (the Devon Expressway) exit at the junction called Wobbly Wheel signposted for Dawlish, Topsham, Exminster, Marsh Barton A379. About 500 metres along get into the right hand lane just before the Texaco garage. Your aim is to get back onto the A379 but travelling in the opposite direction. You will need to rejoin the A38. Exit next left signposted Kennford / Kenn.

Follow the road as it bears round to the right and go past the Gissons Pub. Continue past the Exeter Court Hotel. Take the next left. (If you see a sign post for Exeter and Splatford you have gone too far!) Follow the single track country lane for about 500 metres, you will enter the village of Kenn. Continue through Kenn. The road bears round to the left and over a small bridge. The Ley Arms is on your right.

Parking

There is ample free car parking.

Payment information

The cost of the course is £20 per person. Payment can be made by card only. Lunch and refreshments are provided. 

Cancellation & transfer policy

If written notification is received 30 days before the course, we will issue a refund. We regret that no refunds can be made on bookings cancelled less than 30 days before the course. A colleague may attend in your place rather than forfeit the full course fee.

ERIC reserves the right to cancel the course. In the unlikely event of cancellation by ERIC, course fees paid will be refunded in full. 

This event is sponsored by:

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