The importance of patient-centred care in neurogenic bladder and bowel movement

Nov 15, 2021 2:00:00 PM

Today we are excited to be joining ISCoS on the launch of their first webinar episode, which builds upon their existing podcast series "SCI Care: What Really Matters". 

SCI webinar 1.1

With the SCI Care: What Really Matters series of webinars and podcasts, ISCoS aims to engage with experts from around the world to discuss various topics relating to SCI: including treatment and rehabilitation, awareness and prevention, research and innovation as well as training and development. As part of our annual partnership with ISCoS we were invited to host this webinar with aim to discuss the Importance of patient-centred care in neurogenic bladder and bowel management.

Mr Grant Friedrich, Clinical Relations Manager for Wellspect US hosts the episode and is joined by Dr Gianna Rodriguez, Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Michigan Dept of Phys Med and Rehab and Dr Ram Hariharan, a Consultant at the Princess Royal Spinal Cord Injuries Centre in Sheffield, UK to discuss the Importance of patient-centred care in neurogenic bladder and bowel management specifically focusing on the diverse challenges patients experience which makes evaluation with standardized outcome measures difficult. 

Watch the webinar here

 

Topics: ISCoS