Low Anterior Resection Syndrome (LARS) and how CNS stoma care can enable informed consent at time of stoma reversal
Patient information when planning for an ileostomy reversal following an anterior resection
The webinar will focus on LARS (low anterior resection syndrome) and how CNS stoma care can enable informed consent at time of stoma reversal.
You will learn:
- What LARS is and why it happens
- Which patients are more at risk of bowel symptoms after the ileostomy is reversed
- Common interventions that can help improve bowel symptoms
- What patients want to know
- Long-term outcomes
- Role of the CNS stoma care
This session will give you more confidence to provide accurate information to patients about the consequences of rectal cancer treatment on their bowel function.
You will gain 1 CPD point (pending CPD approval)
Registration coming soon!
Jennie Burch, Head of Gastrointestinal Nurse Education at St Mark’s Hospital, London
Jennie has a keen interest in stoma care and has published extensively on the subject. Jennie is currently undertaking a PhD about low anterior resection and is trying to improve patient care.
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