Welcome to the first in a series of webinars brought to you by the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) in partnership with Wellspect®.
Our webinar series will build upon our existing podcast series. With the SCI Care: What Really Matters series of webinars and podcasts, we engage with experts from around the world to discuss various topics relating to SCI: including treatment and rehabilitation, awareness and prevention, research and innovation, training and development. We aim to provide valuable insights and the most up to date information for those providing care to people with SCI around the world.
The Vison of ISCoS is to "facilitate healthy and inclusive lives for people with spinal cord injury or dysfunction globally". Partnership and collaboration is key in helping us to realise this vision. We are delighted that we have been able to partner with Wellspect to deliver a number of webinars and podcasts, including our very first webinar that will focus on the Importance of patient-centred care in neurogenic bladder and bowel management.'
Mr Grant Friedrich, Clinical Relations Manager for Wellspect Healthcare, is joined by Dr Gianna Rodriguez, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Michigan Dept of Phys Med and Rehab and Dr Ram Hariharan a Consultant at the Princess Royal Spinal Cord Injuries Centre, Sheffield, the UK as they 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 standardised outcome measures difficult.