ASCN UK Annual Conference 2018 – Final Programme

The content of the ASCN UK Annual Conference has been determined by the abstracts submitted by specialist nurses and researchers. ASCN UK aim to promote the sharing of best practice/case studies and developments from the professionals that are practicing and experts in the field of stoma care.

*Please note the below timings may change and should be used as a guide only.

Sunday 9th September 2018

14:00 – 19:30
Registration Open
15:30 – 16:30
ASCN UK Dementia Workshop – Bridging the Dementia Gap in Stoma Care
– Hear the results of the dementia survey carried out after conference last year – Have an opportunity to contribute to the new guidelines written to aid SCNs caring for ostomists with dementia – Listen to a key speaker from the dementia specialism share their thoughts and ideas for collaborative working – Share your experiences of caring for ostomists with dementia
Justine Tomlinson & Pam Kehoe, Dementia UK
(Supported by Michaela Parker & Carolyn Swash, ASCN UK Area Reps)
16:45 – 17:45
ASCN UK Sexual Intimacy Seminar – Sexual function and colorectal patients: How can stoma care nurses help their patients overcome sexual function issues during and after treatment?
– The identification of potential sexual function issues following stoma formation and the ways in which we can assess sexual function with patients and their partners will be discussed. Treatment options available for men and women will be highlighted.
Lorraine Grover, Psychosexual Nurse Specialist, London Clinic, London
ASCN UK Dementia Workshop – Bridging the Dementia Gap in Stoma Care
– Repeat of the 15:30 – 16:30 worksop
Justine Tomlinson & Pam Kehoe, Dementia UK
(Supported by Michaela Parker & Carolyn Swash, ASCN UK Area Reps)
18:00 – 19:30
Welcome Reception and Official Opening of the Exhibition
A hot food buffet and drinks will be provided

Monday 10th September 2018

07:00 – 17:30
Registration Open
07:30 – 08:30
Poster Viewing
07:30 – 08:15
Open Mic Clinical Case Studies by ASCN UK
08.30 – 10.00
Session One: Breaking Barriers and Enhancing Relationships
Chair: Maddie White
08:30 – 08:40     Introduction to ASCN UK Conference by Maddie White, Chair of ASCN UK
08:40 – 08:45     Role of ASCN UK and Area Rep Role by Gill Skipper, ASCN UK Area Representative
08:45 – 08:55     Invited Speaker: Importance of Specialism of Stoma Care Nurses
                              Joy Notter, Professor of Community Health Care Services, Birmingham City University
08:55 – 09:20     Keynote Speaker: Sexual function and colorectal patients: How can stoma care nurses help their patients overcome sexual function issues during and after treatment?
                             Lorraine Grover, Psychosexual Nurse Specialist, London Clinic, London
09:20 – 09:30    O-1: Talking About Sexuality – The Silent Scream. A Personal Journey to Comfortably Discussing the Unmentionable by Andrew Bird
09:30 – 09:45    O-2: Sex and Sex-Ability – After Stoma Surgery by Susan Lennon & Christopher Browne
09:45 – 09:55    O-3: The Challenge of Raising Public Awareness About Stomas by Ian Jackson & Sarah Squire
09:55 – 10:00    Q & A
10.00 – 11.00
Tea / Coffee / Exhibition / Poster Viewing
11.00 – 12.00
Session Two: Challenging the Status Quo of Service Delivery
Chair: Angie Perrin
11:00 – 11:20     Invited Speaker: Leading Change, Adding Value: positioning nursing, midwifery and care staff as leaders to design the future, whilst using their influence to manage the challenges of today through the use of technology and data
Corinne Power, Lead Nurse, Strategic Programmes and Business of Nursing, Midwifery and Care Team, NHS England
11:20 – 11:30     O-4: London Procurement Partnership (LPP) and NHS Cost Saving Agencies – Friends or Foe? by Zarah Perry-Woodford
11:30 – 11:40     O-5: Setting Up, Running and Developing an Enterostomal Therapy Nursing Clinic by Supun Prageeth Samarakoon
11:40 – 11:50     O-6: How Does the Band 3 Health Care Assistant (HCA) Role Enhance Patient Experience and Support the Stoma Care Nurse in Delivering a High Standard of Timely and Holistic Patient Centred Care by Jacqui Irving, Debbie Hobson & Lisa Hanson
11:50 – 11:55     Q & A
11:55 – 12:00    Opus Research Bursary Award 2016 Update from Gail Fitzpatrick (Supported by Opus) & Urostomy Association Award 2017 Update from Sam Bhogal by Maddie White
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Viewing
13.00 – 14.55
Session Three: ASCN UK AGM & Award Presentations
Chair: Maddie White
13:00 – 13:15    Invited Speaker: BHTA Update
                            Mandie Lavin, British Healthcare Trades Association
13:15 – 13:45     ASCN UK – Annual General Meeting (Exhibition Closed)
13:45 – 14:00    Invited Speaker: ASCN Stoma Care Course – A Specialist Course Available to Everyone; Designed by Us the Specialists
Gabby Thorpe, Univeristy of East Anglia
                            New Presenters Award (Supported by Coloplast)
14:00 – 14:10     O-7: Loose the Lbs Save the £ by Verna Henderson
14:10 – 14:20     O-8: Are You Up for the Ride? The Rollercoaster from Expert to Novice and Back Again. by Kerry Sobanski
14:20 – 14:30     O-9: ‘Left Side Knees Up’- On the Receiving End by Emma Morris
14:30 – 14:40    O-10: Never Walk Past a Sunset – The Impact of the Nurse/Patient Relationship by Nicola Cheale
14:40 – 14:50    O-11: Can the Stoma Care Nurse (SCN) Rise to the Challenges Faced by People with Dementia and a Stoma? by Rebecca Fossett
14:50 – 14:55    Q & A
14.55– 15.40
Tea / Coffee / Exhibition / Posters
15.40 – 17.15
Session Four: Adding a Spotlight onto Specialist Practice
Chair: Wendy Osborne
15:40 – 15:50    O-12: Formation of Ureterostomy in a Patient with Crohns Disease by Liz Davis
15:50 – 16:00    O-13: Complexities of Management of a Urostomy in Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome by Julie Oxenham
16:00 – 16:10    O-14: The Urostomy: The Poor Relation? by Rachel Jury
16:10 – 16:20    O-15: Gut Feeling – Supporting the Challenges Faced by Paediatric Stoma Patients and Their Families by Michelle Hill & Felicity Nutting
16:20 – 16:30    O-16: The Complex Care of Conjoined Twins Who Share a Stoma- The Role of The Stoma Care Nurse by Lisa Leamon
16:30 – 16:35    Q & A
16:35 – 16:50     Invited Speaker: Breaking Down Barriers in Gender Expression
                             Sharon Fillingham, Clinical Practice Facilitator Urinary Diversion / Psychosexual and Gender Therapist, (UCLH)
16:50 – 16:55    Q & A
16.55 – 17.15
2018 AWARD PRESENTATIONS
Announcement of Winner of New Presenters Award 2018 (COLOPLAST)
Announcement of the Urostomy Research Awards 2018 (UA)
Announcement of Winner of Nurse of the Year Award 2018 (SALTS)
Announcement of the Suportx Travel Bursary 2018 (Suportx)
19:30 – Midnight
Conference Dinner at The ICC Birmingham

Tuesday 11th September 2018

07:00 – 16:00
Registration Open
07:30 – 08:45
Poster Viewing
08.45 – 10.00
Session Five: Breaking Down the Barriers When Caring for Ostomates
Chair: Gill Little
08:45 – 09:05     Keynote Speaker: Bridging the Dementia Gab in Stoma Care
                             Justine Tomlinson & Pam Kehoe, Dementia UK
09:05 – 09:15    O-17: Dementia and the Ostomate: Working Together to Help Patients and Their Carers by Richard Biddle
09:15 – 09:25    O-18: Mental Capacity- An Ethical Dilemma. Reflections on a Very Challenging Case by Jo Sica & Louisa Heliard
09:25 – 09:35    O-19: How Confident are We in Addressing and Meeting the Spiritual, Religious and Cultural Needs of our Patients? by Catherine Atkinson
09:35 – 09:45    O-20: Psychiatric Illness and the Ostomist – How Well Prepared are We to Support our Patients by Melanie Harding
09:45 – 09:55    O-21: Addressing Health Inequalities in Patients with Hearing Loss by Michelle Hill & Dawn Buswell
09:55 – 10:00    Q & A
10.00 – 11.00
Tea / Coffee / Exhibition / Dedicated Poster Viewing Session
11.00 – 12.25
Session Six: Advancing Surgical and Collaborative Practice
Chair: Wendy Osborne
11:00 – 11:30    Keynote Speaker: Collaborative Working in Total Pelvic Exenteration
                            Mr Pardeep Kumar, Consultant Urological Surgeon, The Royal Marsden Hospital
11:30 – 11:40    O-22: Pre–Operative Preparation of Patients Undergoing Total Pelvic Exenteration (TPE) by Katy Hardy & Jackie McPhail
11:40 – 11:50    O-23: Anterior Resection Syndrome: A Well-managed or Neglected Condition by Katherine Wilkinson
11:50 – 12:00    O-24: Parastomal Hernia Repair: A Lost Cause or Not? by Karishma Parmar
12:00 – 12:10    O-25: The Positive Impact of Stoma Care Nurse Involvement in the CIPHER Study by Amanda Gunning & Neil Smart
12:10 – 12:20    O-26: Using Sport and Exercise to Break Down Barriers by Peter Martin & Giovanni Cinque
12:20 – 12:25    Q & A
12.25 – 13.30
Lunch / Exhibition / Poster Viewing
13.30 – 15.15
Session Seven: Clinical Practice
Chair: Jackie McPhail & Maddie White
13:30 – 13:55   Keynote Speaker: Patients’ anticipations and realities of living with a stoma for IBD
                            Lesley Dibley, Reader in Nursing Research and Education, University of Greenwich & Bart’s Health NHS Trust
13:55 – 14:05    O-27: Nephrostomies and Their Management in the Communityby Liz Davis
14:05 – 14:15    O-28: The Experience of Caring for Patients Undergoing Stoma Formation Due to Development of Lymphoproliferative Disorder Following Organ Transplant by Juliette Fulham
14:15 – 14:25    O-29: Peristomal Medical Adhesive-Related Skin Injury – Development of International Consensus by Rebecca Davenport & Amanda Gunning
14:25 – 14:35    O-30: When Does Nurse Choice Stop and Patient Choice Start – How Can We Help Patients to Make Choices When It Comes to Marketing? by Helen Bracey
14:35 – 14:40    Q & A
14.40 – 14.45
ASCN UK Award Presentations by Maddie White
ASCN UK Overall Conference Presentation Awards
ASCN UK Poster Presentation Awards
14.45 – 15.15
Close of Conference by Maddie White, Chair to ASCN UK