How to Treat Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
6th October 2021, 19:00 to 20:00 BST
Chronic pelvis pain syndrome is a common condition worldwide, with a significant economic and quality of life impact. Professor Nickel will outline the latest evidence in this challenging condition, providing expert practical tips on how to deliver effective multimodal care for your patients.
- To provide the latest information and guidance on how to manage this challenging and common condition in a multi-disciplinary manner.
- The participant will have an understanding of CPPS including the important investigations. They will gain an updated understanding of the evidence base behind current recommendations for treatment as well as how deliver multi-discplinary care.
Chair: Mr Mark Speakman MBBS MS FRCS (Eng) FRCSEd (ad hominem)
Appointed Consultant Urologist, Taunton in 1990. Interest in academic urology, published 100+ papers and 8 book chapters. Lectured in all 5 continents in over 50 cities and supervised post-graduates through MD, MS and PhDs. Clinical Director and also Associate Medical Director within the Trust. Editorial Committee of the BJUI. Specialist advisor to NICE, and member of the Research Panel of TUF. Council Member BAUS, Honorary Treasurer, and Vice-President and President of BAUS in June 2014-16.
Panel: Professor J. Curtis Nickel MD FRCSC
Professor Nickel has over 600 publications, is on the editorial board of 6 Urology journals and is editor of the AUA Update Series and was awared a CIHR Tier I Canada Research Chair . He was President of the Canadian Urological Association in 2017. Previous awards include the AUA Distinguished Contribution Award and AUA Latimer Medal, SIU Academy Award. He was the first recipient of the SIU Mostafa Elhilali Award for contributions to International Urology Research in 2018.
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