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National Workshop for Managing Side Effects after Pelvic Cancer Treatment

Dr Clare Donnellan, Dr Rachel Cooper and Professor David Sebag-Montefiore

Friday, 31 March 2017 from 09:15 to 16:30 (BST)

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NATIONAL WORKSHOP FOR MANAGING SIDE EFFECTS AFTER

PELVIC CANCER TREATMENT

– A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

FRIDAY 31ST MARCH 2017 

YORKSHIRE BANK LECTURE THEATRE,

LEEDS UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL

UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

This meeting is aimed at professionals across all specialties including clinicians, nurses, radiographers, dietitians and primary care involved in the treatment and support of patients who have undergone therapy for pelvic malignancies.

We will cover gastrointestinal, urinary and sexual side-effects, review the latest concepts of best practice and discuss developing future pathways to improve patient experience.

          


Agenda for National Workshop for Managing Side Effects after Pelvic Cancer Treatment

  -         A multidisciplinary approach

Setting the scene

 09.15                     Registration

 09.30                     Welcome and introduction - Prof David Sebag-Montefiore

 09.35                     The patient¹s perspective 

 What Happens When We Treat Bowel Cancer?

 Chair: Dr Jervoise Andreyev

 09.50                     Bowel Resection - Mr Ian Botterill 

 10.05                     Radiotherapy and chemoradiotherapy - Prof David Sebag-Montefiore 

 10.20                     Chemotherapy - Dr Richard Adams 

 10.20                     Discussion 

  10.35 Coffee break

 GI Late effects of cancer therapy

 Chair: Prof David Sebag-Montefiore

 10.50                     How to use the Marsden algorithm - Dr Jervoise Andreyev

 11.10                     Focus on diarrhoea with interactive case - Dr Clare Donnellan

 11.30                     Focus on rectal bleeding with interactive case - Dr Peter Mooney

 11.50                     Focus on incontinence ­ Sister Jen Lodge

 12.10                     Discussion

  12.30-13.15 Lunch

 Non-GI late effects of cancer therapy

 Chair: Dr Rachel Cooper

 13.15                     Measuring toxicity of pelvic radiotherapy - Dr Alex Gilbert

 13.30                     Sexual dysfunction PROMs - Dr Susan Davidson

 14.00                     Sexual dysfunction clinic - Sister Karen Johnson

 14.30                     Urinary dysfunction - Prof Sara Faithfull

 15.00-15.15 Tea break

 What next? How do we set-up multidisciplinary late effects clinics.

 Debate led by Prof David Sebag-Montefiore and Dr Jervoise Andreyev

 15.15                     The view from primary care - Prof Eila Watson

 15.35                     Discussion What next?

 16.30                     Close

 

CPD Points applied for (Royal College of Radiologists)

 Local Organisers:- Dr Clare Donnellan, Dr Rachel Cooper, Professor David Sebag-Montefiore

This meeting is supported by educational grants from Macmillan and GE Healthcare Life Sciences

  

 

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Yorkshire Bank Lecture Theatre
Leeds University Business School
The University of Leeds
LS2 9JT Leeds
United Kingdom

Friday, 31 March 2017 from 09:15 to 16:30 (BST)


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