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IUGA Webinar - What would you do? Interesting cases in Urogynecology

Join us as we discuss the case of a patient with refractory OAB and a second patient with a suspected mesh associated complication. Utilising the medshr platform we will deliver a multi-platform interactive discussion with an expert panel including Professor Vik Khullar (United Kingdom), Dr Eva Fong and Niki Dykes (New Zealand) and Sam Vincent (United Kingdom). Gain insights into the multidisciplinary assessment, investigation, and management of two interesting urogynaecological patients, with a chance to put your questions to the experts.

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Vik Khullar
Vik KhullarUnited Kingdom
Subspecialist consultant urogynaecologist, St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London
Professor of Practice (Urogynaecology), Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College, London
Visha Tailor
Visha TailorUnited Kingdom
Visha Tailor is a Urogynaecology subspeciality Trainee at St Marys Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK. She is a member of the IUGA Fellows, Trainees, and Early Career Professionals committee and a mentor for medical students or trainees.
Sam Vincent
Sam VincentUnited Kingdom
Highly Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist – team lead at Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust for the Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Team
Eva Fong
Eva FongNew Zealand
Urologist at Waitemata district health board in Auckland, New Zealand
Niki Dykes
Niki DykesNew Zealand
Urogynaecologist at Waitemata District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand.
Suneetha Rachaneni
Suneetha RachaneniUnited Kingdom
I am the Clinical Lead for Urogynaecology at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals NHS Trust. I have expertise in managing General Gynaecology clinics, Urogynaecology clinics, Videourodynamics clinics, normal Urodynamics clinics, Cystoscopy and Botox clinics.


Matthew Izett
Matthew Izett United Kingdom
Member of the IUGA FTECP committee and a urogynaecology subspecialty registrar in Oxford, UK.