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Intermittent catheterisation in neurological patients: When do we start this conversation and how best to manage this pathway from suggestion to treatment?

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11 Jul 2024 12:00 - 13:15

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Join Professor Jalesh Panicker, Uro-neurology academic director for our second Uro-neurology Academy webinar. This webinar will cover the challenges with the selection, education and initiation of intermittent self catheterisation in neurological patients. When do we start this conversation and how best to manage this pathway from suggestion to treatment? It will aim to tackle the current challenges in bladder and bowel management faced by healthcare professionals and people with a long term neurological condition and provide valuable management tips to ensure the success of intermittent self catheterisation. During the webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session.

Webinar objectives
  • While there is pressure on bladder and bowel services and on MS services, who should step up to cover this discussion with patients?
  • What are the challenges for the person with MS?
  • Tips and tricks for management to ensure ISC is successful for the pwMS
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'Intermittent catheterisation in neurological patients: When do we start this conversation and how best to manage this pathway from suggestion to treatment?' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 1 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).