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The George Foster NW MASIC Education Day

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Countess of Chester Hospital

Countess Way, Liverpool Road

Chester

CH2 1UL

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The MASIC foundation aims to reduce the incidence of birth injury as well as helping new mothers who may be suffering In silence.

On the 3rd March, 2020 we will be holding our North West Education Day in honour of our secretary, Mr George Foster, who sadly passed away last year. George was passionate about MASIC, and was a long serving Consultant Surgeon at the Countess of Chester.


This is will be a multidisciplinary day, organised by the MASIC Foundation with leading speakers, reflecting the diverse professional roles required to coordinate and deliver effective and individualised care for women experiencing Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury (OASI). The study day is open to OASI mothers, and all healthcare professionals, with relevance to students and registered professionals in midwifery, nursing, physiotherapy, mental health, obstetrics, urogynaecology and pelvic floor surgery, among others.

PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT! We have a few spaces remaining for mothers only.

The final programme for the day is shown below:

Registration: 9:30 onwards

Tea and coffee served in the Retro Cafe


Chair: Jennie Grainger

10:00 Welcome, the OASI syndrome and MASIC

Prof M Keighley, President of MASIC

10.20 A mother’s story, how I became MASIC Admin., a vision for support groups

Anna Clements

10:40 A mother’s Story and how I was able to move on

Jo Prance

11:00 Coffee

Chair: Karen Telford

11:20 Role of the colorectal nurse and rectal irrigation

Brigitte Collins, Clinical Education Manager, MacGregor Healthcare

11:35 Physiotherapy Support for OASI mothers

Katie Mann, Physiotherapy Support for Mothers with OASI, Southport & Ormskirk NHS Trust

11:50 Lets talk about sex after perineal trauma

Kate Walsh, Specialist Physiotherapist in Pelvic Health, Liverpool Women’s Hospital;

Emma Mathews, Psychotherapist, Chester

12:05 Lifestyle tips and tricks for OASI mothers

Sandra Blythin, Specialist Physiotherapist in Pelvic Health, Mid Cheshire NHS Trust

12:20 Questions and answers

All speakers

12:30 Lunch

Retro Cafe

13:00 Workshops

Rectal Irrigation

Brigitte Collins, Clinical Education Manager, MacGregor Healthcare


Anopress

Siobhan Bathgate, Colorectal Pelvic Floor Nurse, St Helen’s & Knowsley NHS Trust.


Practical session for Neuromodulation (PTNS & SMN)

Domini Mullins, Advacnced Surgical Care Practitioner for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Manchester University NHS Trust

Sandra Blythin, Specialist Physiotherapist in Pelvic Health, Mid Cheshire NHS Trust

Clare Molyneux, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Lower GI Disorders, Manchester University Trust

14:00 Chair Shaireen Aleem

14:00 Mothers stories

Kelly Davies – Mother

Nicola Kulyn video, introduced by Clare Molyneux

14:30 OASI Clinic

David Iles, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Manchester University NHS Trust

14:45 Future Delivery after OASI

Gillian Fowler, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Liverpool Women’s Hospital

15:00 Questions and answers

All faculty

15:15 Coffee

15:30 Chair: Mike Keighley

15:30 Urogynaecology consequences after OASI

Shaireen Aleem, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust

15:45 Outcomes after perineal reconstruction

Jennie Grainger, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Countess of Chester

16:00 Neuromodulation in OASI

Karen Telford, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Manchester University NHS Trust

16:15 Questions and close of meeting

This course is approved for 5 CPD points from ACPGBI.

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Countess of Chester Hospital

Countess Way, Liverpool Road

Chester

CH2 1UL

United Kingdom

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