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patient engagement evenings

23 - 25 September 2020

Virtual events

We would like to invite you to the inaugural Patient Engagement Evenings from Urology News. This unique set of evening lectures will explore the latest techniques, technologies and controversies in patient communications, as they apply to the fields of urology and continence care. Delivered by a range of the field’s leading experts, the programme will provide valuable instruction in how patients can be more effectively engaged to help them improve their healthcare outcomes. Through a virtual networking environment, it will also help attendees make the connections necessary to get patient outreach initiatives off the ground. The possibilities for reaching out to patients have never been greater; we aim to deliver some exciting, practical examples of how these possibilities can be harnessed to support your own clinical practice.

Faculty and Topics

Wednesday 23 September (17:00 - 20:00)

Jay Khastgir - Online support for incontinence sufferers

Majid Shabbir - Life with sickle cell: A patient's perspective

Prof. James N'Dow - Thinking local in patient support delivery; the UCAN example

Thursday 24 September (17:00 - 20:00)

Asif Muneer - Erectile dysfunction communication

Catherine Murphy - Algorithms for decision-making in management of post-prostatectomy incontinence

Wael Agur - Harnessing feedback; the patient decision aid & the Cumberlege report 

Friday 25 September (17:00 - 19:30)

Hashim Hashim - Patient engagement in incontinence management

Elaine Miller - Language and laughter in pelvic health

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