This webinar will take place on July 13, 2022, from 5.00 - 6.00 PM UTC. To see what time this is for you please click here.
Maintaining and promoting vulval and vaginal health are essential skills for all health care professionals caring for women with pelvic floor dysfunctions. This webinar aims to highlight common conditions that can impact on vaginal health and conservative measures to manage these. It will provide un update of the assessment and management of incontinence associated dermatitis and finally it will discuss product choice to help contain incontinence whilst promoting and maintaining vulval and vaginal health and skin integrity.
Ali WilemanUnited Kingdom
Strategic Healthcare Partner-Continence(Essity)
I have recently joined Essity, as part of the Strategic Healthcare Partner Team with a specialist interest in Continence, after leaving the NHS, as a Continence Service Lead and previous Chair of the Royal College of Nursing Bladder and Bowel Forum.
Angie RantellUnited Kingdom
Angie has been working in the Urogynaecology Department at King’s College Hospital since 2007 and is currently the lead nurse / nurse cystoscopist. She is actively involved in research and was awarded a PhD in Urogynaecology in 2019 investigating sexual function in women with overactive bladder. In 2019 Angie was also awarded RCN credentialing for advanced level nursing practice.
To date she has published over 45 articles in peer reviewed journals and has written book chapters and contributed to National guidelines. As well as her clinical and research activities she provides advice to governmental bodies including NHS England and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG’s) throughout the UK. She is the current chair of the Nursing and Midwifery special interest group within IUGA.