Wednesday, 24th April

09.00 Registration Opens

Exhibition opens

3 Pre-Conference sessions will be staged (more details are given below). 

Small extra charges apply to some of these if you are attending UKCS 2019.  The session for Trainees is free to attend

Wednesday 24th April 2019

09.30 – 12.30 hours

Preceding UKCS 2019, the Manchester Team will host a Urodynamics Re-accreditation Course. This course is held as part of a programme to maintain standards in Urodynamics and is not suitable for those seeking initial accreditation.

The course will benefit those leading Urodynamic Services including technicians, nurses and clinicians who already have Certification in Urodynamics.

Attendees will be required to submit and discuss a patient case history as part of the course.

Course Fee: £35.00 if attending UKCS 2019.
£80.00 if just attending the course


Course Lead: Alison Watson, Clinical Scientist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

09.30  Welcome: Alison Watson
09.35 - 10.15 Physics of UDS: Alison Watson
10.15 - 10.45 Interpreting a UDS trace and  terminology: Jane Smith/Alison Watson
10-45 - 11.00 Break
10.00 - 11.30 Equipment Set Up: Jane Smith/Alison Watson
11.30 - 12.00 Artefacts; Alison Watson
12.00 - 12.30 Case studies, Discussions and Report writing : Maya Basu

An interactive round-table workshop to discuss current practice, challenges and dilemmas in the management of women with mesh complications

Wednesday 24th April 2019
09.30 – 12.30 hours
Course Fee: £35.00 if attending UKCS 2019.
£80.00 if just attending the course

To ensure that this Workshop is interactive, the number of participants will be limited to 30.  Book early to ensure your place.

Chairman: Thomas G. Gray

Wednesday 24th April 2019

10.30 – 12.30 hours

 Free to attend (but please pre-book online as part of your Registration for UKCS 2019)

Content: A dynamic session about getting the most out of training and making the transition to a consultant post. Including the rationale for subspecialty training, tips for ARCPs, how to get difficult competences signed off and ensure you are ready to become a consultant when you finish training. Also suitable for those considering undertaking subspecialty training. Click here for programme as a pdf

Audience: This session is aimed at subspecialty trainees in urogynaecology and senior O and G trainees considering applying for subspecialty training in urogynaecology

12.00 Light Lunch

Welcome to UKCS 2019

13.05 Keynote 1 – VIP Speaker – TBC
Session 1

Oral/Oral Poster Presentations

Break out session:

Conservative management options for pelvic floor disorders

Maria Oldfield, Women’s Health Specialist Physiotherapist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
14.30 Break

Keynote 2 - Radical People, Radical Ideas: Manchester from Peterloo to 2019

Jonathan Schofield, Manchester Guide, Broadcaster, Writer and City Identity Consultant
Session 2

Oral/Oral Poster Presentations


Welcome Reception at the Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel

followed by guided bus tour of Manchester including drop-off at the Curry Mile (or round trip back to Renaissance) Buses depart the Renaissance at 1750 hrs

The UKCS 2019 programme is subject to final change following the Abstract Review process at the end of February/early March. Changes will be made without notice to accommodate the best line-up of submitted material.

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