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A multidisciplinary webinar 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) and their consequences.
Co-chairs: Professor Mike Keighley, MASIC Founder & President. A Barling Professor of Surgery at The University of Birmingham & a retired Colorectal Surgeon
Sarah Embleton, MASIC Advocate
12:35 Urinary Incontinence and Prolapse after Childbirth: What can be done?
Professor Bob Freeman, Consultant Urogynaecologist at University Hospitals Plymouth & Education Trustee for MASIC
12:45 Testing Anorectal Function – Julie Cornish, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
12:55 The Principal of Explaining to Patients about the Risk & Benefits of Treatment Options – Sarah Addison, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon and Pelvic Floor Lead at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
13:05 Jo’s Story – A MASIC Advocate talks about her experience of receiving many tests & treatments after an OASI injury
13:15 What’s Happening with Vaginal Mesh? – Professor Bob Freeman
13:25 Rectal Irrigation with a Qufora Mini Go – Brigitte Collins, Global Clinical Education Manager for MacGregor Healthcare Ltd
13:35 Surgical Treatment for Anal Incontinence: Is SNS Now Optimum Therapy, New Developments & How Do We Select Who Really Benefits? – Tom Dudding, Consultant Colorectal and Pelvic Floor Surgeon, University Hospital Southampton
13:45 Rhi’s Story – A MASIC Advocate talks about her experience after an OASI injury
13:55 Rachel’s Story – A MASIC Advocate talks about her experience after an OASI injury
14:05 Question & Answer Session with Panellists, led by Co-chairs
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