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Urostomy Association webinar – Managing leaks

8 July @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST

Urostomy Aassociation spnsored by Coloplast

Are you experiencing leakage or worried about the possibility of it happening to you? Don’t miss our forthcoming ‘Ask the Experts’ webinar, sponsored by Coloplast Ltd, focusing on this common issue, from likely causes of leaks to practical ways to manage them and minimise the chances of them happening again.

The date for this is Monday 8th July at 7pm (confirmed). Our webinars are free to attend; please indicate your interest in attending by using the buttons below.
Meeting ID: 879 7028 5548
Passcode: UA

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Speakers include:

Paul Russell-Roberts – “With nearly 25 years of experience in surgical nursing, my journey has been dedicated to improving patient care and empowering both patients and nurses. Since becoming a Stoma Care Nurse Specialist in 2011, I’ve been passionate about developing protocols, policies, and digital platforms that make a real difference in the lives of ostomates. Digital communication and media are close to my heart, and I’m always looking for innovative ways to enhance patient care through technology.

I’ve had the pleasure of publishing extensively on the use of assessment tools within stoma care and the importance of language and communication. Education is a true passion of mine, and I love sharing knowledge that can make a difference.

I’m here to provide insights, answer your questions, and help you feel more confident and informed about your healthcare journey.”

Jane Phillips – “I have been a double ostomate since 2018 after being diagnosed with recurrent gynaecological cancer. My bladder wasn’t actually affected, but severe radiation damage some seven years previously left me with a choice of risking lifelong incontinence, or having my bladder removed and ending up with two permanent stomas. I looked into the pros and cons and decided to go ahead with the two stomas.

I am keen on promoting stoma awareness, and feel sad that some people would rather stay home than go out and risk any stoma related mishaps. Yes they change your life – I was a childminder before surgery and had to stop – but you can learn to adapt and enjoy as many of the activities as you did prior to surgery.”

More speakers’ details to follow



8 July
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST


Samantha Sherratt
01223 910854