The first Patient Day Scotland was held at the Queen Elizabeth Teaching and Learning Centre, Glasgow 24 February 2018.
Thanks to our sponsors, Norgine, Convatec and Amgen, we were able to host over 80 people, including bowel cancer patients, their relatives, colorectal and stoma nurses, speakers and exhibitors.
The guests were able to listen to a variety of presentations including Advances in bowel surgery, a patient’s perspective, through to Lifestyle and Exercise to promote recovery.
A final programme can be downloaded below:
This meeting has been sponsored by Amgen
None of the meeting sponsors have had input into the content or speaker selection.
We are grateful to our speakers, who give up their valuable time on a Saturday to support the day. The following presentations are now available to download:
Latest developments in Chemotherapy, Targeted and Immunotherapies – Janet Graham Consultant Medical Oncologist
Genetic and Bowel Cancer – Catherine Watt, Principal Counsellor
Stoma Care – Dietary issues and Bowel Cancer – Vicki McAllister, Clinical Nurse Specialist
Psychological and Emotional Aspects of a Bowel Cancer Diagnosis – A Patient Perspective Alistair Forsyth
Psychological and Emotional Aspects of a Cancer Diagnosis – Dr Clare McGowan, Principal Clinical Psychologist
Lifestyle and Exercise to Promote Recovery – Susan Moug, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon