The free-to-attend masterclass features presentations on what's new in management of the neuropathic bladder, clinical experience of drug therapy for neurogenic detrusor overactivity, and quality of life for spine-injured patients with bladder problems.
Presentations will be followed by an interactive discussion of key cases among colleagues from different disciplines.
Learning outcomes for the day will be better awareness of effective drug and other therapy for bladder problems, and an improved ability to advise patients on treatment options and optimising quality of life.
The masterclass has been awarded 2 CPD credits by the British Association of Urological Surgeons and registration is open to any healthcare professional with an interest in neuropathic bladder problems, from a medical, nursing or other healthcare discipline.
The half-day masterclass starts with a buffet lunch at 13.00pm and closes at 16.40pm. The venue is James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough.
The event is initiated and funded by AMCo Amdipharm Mercury. Full details of the programme and details of how to register can be found at http://www.mims.co.uk/events/masterclass-middlesbrough