Genital Pain – a Multidisciplinary Approach | Brighton

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/11/2019
9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
BMECP Centre

Category(ies)

CPD Hours six


Learning Outcomes

  • Looking at different sources of pain and how they interrelate
  • How the therapist fits into the treatment plan
  • More medical knowledge to help signpost clients to the correct practitioner

Programme

09:30 – Registration & Coffee

10:00 – Introduction

What are the objectives of the day and what might you expect to learn?

Genital Dermatology: an outline of the skin conditions which impact on vulval pain…
(Lichen sclerosis, Lichen planus, Psoriasis, Eczema/Dermatitis)

11:15 – Break

11:45 – Vestibulodynia

Provoked and unprovoked,  Associated conditions, Patient’s journey to diagnosis (interactive with therapists)

Anatomy-where are the glands?

Management-topical; tablets; novel possibilities

Other related pain conditions- pelvic pain and pid; endometriosis

13:00 – Lunch

13:45 – Case Histories

Skin conditions; Pain; Infections; Overlaps

15:15 – Break

15:30 – Therapists’ own cases for discussion

16:30 – Close

 

Presenter Dr Jill Pritchard trained Somerville College Oxford and King’s College Hospital London. Trained initially in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and obtained MRCOG then switched to Genito-urinary Medicine just as HIV was appearing. Over many years have developed an interest in managing genital pain and genital dermatology and now work full time within the Gynaecology Department at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, Surrey. I can still see male patients but under auspices of Dermatology.

Presenter Mrs Paula Chaplin qualified as a SRN and then as a Midwife in Cape Town, South Africa where she had enormous experience including work in remote areas with little support. Coming to the UK worked in Intensive Care and later moved to Genito-urinary Medicine and HIV in St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey , Surrey. Has become very interested in helping women who have genital pain , providing a complementary service to Jill Pritchard and in particular working to ensure they understand their anatomy and can make the best of their treatment. Recently Paula has been asked to become part of the CEMIG team at St Peter’s which manages patients with endometriosis and she plans to find good ways to integrate pain management using her skills with various pain presentations. Paula is a passionate advocate for her patients.

 

Terms and Conditions

The full fee for each training day is £115 for COSRT members and £125 for non-members. Cheques should be made payable to COSRT in GB pounds sterling. Payment must be received by COSRT before the training day. Confirmation and details of your booking will be emailed to you.

Cancellations must be made in writing. There is an administrative charge of £20 per person for cancellations received up to six weeks prior to the training day. Thereafter no refund is possible. To substitute a delegate please call the COSRT office (020 8543 2707) at least seven days prior to the event.

COSRT reserves the right to change the venue or speakers due to unforeseen circumstances. In the unlikely event of a training day being cancelled, a full refund will be made, but COSRT disclaims any further liability.

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