Pouch Information Day
Each year IA holds a Pouch Information Day which provides a full day of spreading information and awareness about internal pouches. There are talks from healthcare professionals, experiences from patients and the opportunity to mingle and share stories with others who have had a similar experience.
The event is for those already with an internal pouch, considering surgery, partners, friends and other family members, and anyone else with an interest in pouch surgery.
If you’d like to come along to our 2019 Pouch Information Day bookings are now being taken, details below…
Date: Saturday 28 September 2019
Venue: Jury’s Inn, Scotswood Road, Newcastle NE1 4AD
Time: 10:30 – 16:00
Cost: £6 (non refundable deposit) which includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day
How to book: Book online at https://www.iasupport.org/pouch-information-day or call IA national office on 0800 0184 724
For more information about the day, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whilst we are finalising speakers and topics for the day why not take a look at presentations from previous events below…
The Pouch Information Day for 2015 was held in Birmingham on 5 November, presentations are available for download below:
- Pouch Surgery – A Surgeon’s View: Mr. Simon Radley
- Internal Pouch Complications: Zarah Perry-Woodford
- Biofeedback and the Ileoanal Pouch: Brigitte Collins
The Pouch Information Day for 2016 was held on 5 November, presentations are available for download below:
- Internal Pouch – A Surgical View: Mr Mattias Soop
- Pouch Outcomes and Complications: Miss Laura Hancock
- Role of the Pouch Nurse: Amanda Ogden
- Nurse-led Aftercare: Amanda Ogden
If you would like to speak with someone about living with an internal pouch, check out IA’s forum, contact IA National Office via email@example.com or phone 0800 0184 724 and we can put you in touch.
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