IBC Offers-Masters Certification Course in Urogynaecology

Masters Certificate In Urogynaecology

23 - 27 January, 2018
CME Credit Hours Applied
Course tailored for MRCOG Part 2 Written Exam

IBC is happy to present a masters certificate in Urogynaecology with part 1 and 2 running here in Dubai and part 3 run in partnership with NHS trusts in Lancashire, Southampton and Southport in the UK. The experienced British faculty will guide delegates through hands-on practical demonstrations and surgical techniques to improve their future practice. Delegates completing the 3 rd part of the course will also get the benefit of a full week of clinical observership, with the opportunity to sit in specialist clinics and see experts in action with patients.

  • Basic - Part 1 Course 23 - 24 January 2018
  • Urodynamics 25 January 2018
  • Advanced - Part 2 26 - 27 January 2018
  • Part 3 - Clinical Open Dates, UK

Anatomy of continence and pelvic support

Physiology of bladder control

How to do basic uroflowmetry, cystometry and urethral function tests

Management of the overactive bladder 1,2,3

Role of oesstrogens in lower urinary tract function & dysfunction

Management of stress incontinence 2

Pelvic Organ Prolapse 1,2,3

Functional anatomy of continence & pelvic support

Complex & Special Cases - Case presentation by delegates

Intra-Operative Care and Management of injuries to Bladder, Ureter and Bowel

Managing complications of prolapse surgery

Recurrent Prolapse - Causes Avoidance Management

Colorectal Medicine & Surgery for the Urogynaecologist

Principles of Surgery for Apical Prolapse Surgical Video, Discussion and Practical Demonstration


This course aims to provide comprehensive understanding of the bladder and Urodynamics. Videos demonstrations as well as hands on workshop on setting up the equipment will be provided. Interpretation of urodynamic traces will be given emphasis and case studies will be discussed with the renowned faculty from the UK.

Learn how to set up the equipment and perform the urodynamic test

Learn how to interoperate the traces and write a urodynamic reports

Learn how to interoperate the traces and write a urodynamic reports

This will be offered after completion of Part 1 & Part 2 at any given time to visit the United Kingdom at the Homerton Fertility Centre to have a practical experience into a syndicate course at learning assisted conception. This will include observing clinicsOne Week Clinical Observership Training in UK at any of the following Hospital * Southampton University Hospital Trust * East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust * Southport & Ormskirk Hospitals NHS Trust.


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  • FACULTY
Dr. Mohsen Iskander
FRCOG, Southport

Consultant in Gynaecology and Urogynaecology, Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust

Dr. Simon Hill
MBBS, MFFP, MRCOG

Consultant in Gynaecology and Urogynaecology, East Lancashire Hospital NHS Trust

  • PANEL
Dr. David H Richmond
BSc,MD, FRCOG, FRCPE,FACOG, FSOGC, FFMLM, FRCPI.

President, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (2013 - 2016)

Dr. Mark Slack
MBBCh MMed (UCT) FCOG(SA) FRCOG

Head of Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor reconstructive Surgery & Senior Clinical Fellow University of Cambridge Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Dr. Elisabeth Adams
MB, BCHIR, MA, MD, MRCOG, FRCOG

Consultant Urogynaecologist (Sub-specialist) at St Michael's Hospital, Bristol appointed 2016 and previously at Liverpool Women's Hospital, appointed in 2002

Contact

Office 2, Mezzanine Floor Shaikha Maryam Bldg.,
Umm Hurair, P.O. Box: 62669 Dubai,
United Arab Emirates.

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