STPN Gastroenterology Education evenings are held quarterly and are hosted by a different trust from the network. If you would like to submit a case to present at one of these sessions please contacts us.
The seminar theme is an update on IBD including presentations from Dr Shabnam Parker, Paediatric Surgeon at St Georges, on the surgical aspects of Paediatric IBD, a presentation on Paradoxical Psoriasis in patients with IBD, a key note speech by Professor David Wilson, Personal Chair of Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at University of Edinburgh on “Making a diagnosis of IBD: roles of pathology, radiology and WCE” and more. A full agenda will be circulated closer to the date. This event is for all healthcare professionals within Kent, Surrey, Sussex and South London, in particular those with a special interest in paediatric gastroenterology, so please do disseminate this to your colleagues who may interested in attending.
To allow us to ensure there is enough food and space for all, please confirm your attendance through the Eventbrite linked below.
These patient information packs have been shared by members and are currently in use by constipation services running with the Network. These are not quite generic and do signpost to specific services on offer in that local area. However, they could be used to help other members create their own resources. Permission has been obtained to make use of the content, but please do credit the source.
Credit and thanks to the Children & Young People’s Health Partnership Team (CYPHP) and Sandra Hanson, Constipation Specialist Nurse at Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust for sharing this. Please feel free to contact them for any advice.
Leaflet explaining how the Community Constipation Service at Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust works, as well as further patient/child information on constipation.
An addendum used by the Dartford & Gravesham Team to help streamline/supplement the written advice given in the clinic letter generated after a consultation. This or a similar document could be used by adding as an appendix to clinic letters.