Antegrade Colonic Enema (ACE)
The Association of Stoma Care Nurses UK is pleased to announce another (free to ASCN UK members!) webinar taking place on the 25th May 2022 from 4-5pm (GMT).
The webinar will focus on the ACE procedure, why it is done and how to help care for this group of patients.
You will learn:
- What ACE is and what conditions it is performed for
- Which patients are suitable and how it helps patients symptoms
- The commonly used irrigation regimens
- What equipment is needed and how to obtain it
- The complications that may arise and how to prevent/treat them
- Long term outcomes and effectiveness
You will gain 1 CPD point.
There will be opportunities for questions to be posed both before and during the webinar.
This session which will give you an in-depth overview and enable you to engage with your organisations from a more informed position. Please reserve the date and time in your diary, further information will be circulated shortly.
Maddie White, Lead Stoma/Colorectal Nurse, University Hospital Birmingham
Maddie White is the lead stoma/colorectal nurse at the University Hospital Birmingham. Maddie has spent over 30 years working with people with stomas including those with antegrade continence enema. Maddie has just completed her role as the ASCN chair at the end of 2021 after 6 years. Maddie has also represented the UK both nationally and internationally at WCET . She has published many journal articles and contributed book chapters to stoma care publications as well as presented at numerous conferences.
Yvette Perston, Functional Bowel CNS, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Yvette Perston trained in Cardiff qualifying in 1983. She became a surgical ward sister in 1985 in Swansea, on a gastrointestinal and vascular ward. In 1989 she became a stoma care nurse covering 3 DGHs and the county of West Glamorgan with a colleague. In 1994 she moved back to Cardiff to set up a colorectal department at Llandough University Hospital. During 18 years in Cardiff she established a Colorectal Nursing department which provided inpatient; outpatient and community care for patients with colorectal problems. She has been the Functional Bowel CNS at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham for the last 9 years.