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***POSTPONED UNTIL 2018***Perineal Trauma Master Class 2017 - Interactive S...

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East Melbourne, Victoria 3000

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Perineal Trauma


This annual half day course involves a mixture of interactive and didactic learning sessions to facilitate clinicians in their management of patients who have sustained perineal trauma in childbirth.

Key learning points include revision of anatomy and physiology, acute assessment and management of OASIS, implications for future pregnancy, future continence and sexual function and the use of a multi-disciplinary approach. This Master Class is aimed at all clinicians (medical/midwifery/nursing/physio) who are directly involved in the assessment and management of such patients in both the acute and secondary settings.

We expect this Master Class to be invaluable to the specialist trainee, trainee diplomat and GP Obstetrician and midwife and women’s health physio. You will be exposed to leaders in the field of perineal trauma management from the Departments of Urogynaecology Royal Women’s and Colorectal Surgery St Vincent’s Hospital. Speakers and facilitators all actively work in the field of perianal trauma.

By the end of this master class you will be confident diagnosing and managing patients with perineal trauma.

All participants will be provided with take home reading materials on the day.

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Perineal Trauma Workshop Programme

Subject Speaker Time

0830 Introduction and welcome Dr Chin Yong 5 min

0835-0905 Basic Sciences (Chair Chin Yong)

0835 Anatomy of the perineum and anorectum Dr Chin Yong 15 min

0850 Ano-rectal Physiology and Investigations Dr David Lam 15 min

0905-0955 Primary management (Chair Ruchi Singh)

0905 Identification of injury and identification D Peter Wein 15min

for the “ at risk’’ patients

0920 Role of Episiotomy & updated literatures Dr Felicity Gould 20 min

0940 Primary Surgical Management Dr Salwan Al-Salihi 20 min

------------------------- MORNING TEA 1000-1030 --------------------------

1030-1105 Role of the perineal clinic (Chair Lucy Pizzo)

1030 Introduction to perineal clinic Ms Helen Woodroffe 15 min

1045 The role of physiotherapy Ms Anabelle Citroen 15 min

1100 The role of the dietician Ms E Gaspirini 15 min

1115 The role of the sexual therapy Dr Anita Elias 15 min

1130 Future pregnancy counselling Dr Ruchi Singh 20 min

1150-1200 Secondary management, uncommon injuries and intervention strategies (Chair Felicity Gould)

1150 Secondary surgical management of sphincter injuries Mr Basil DeSouza 20 min

1210 Management of uncommon obstetric injury Dr Marcus Carey 15 min

1225 Interactive case discussion Dr Chin Yong 35 min

Panel – Marcus Carey, Salwan Al-Salihi, Basil De Souza, Anita Elias, physio

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Perineal Trauma Workshop 2017

List of Faculty

Dr Salwan Al Salihi: Urogynaecologist, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr Marcus Carey: Urogynaecologist, Royal Women's Hospital

Dr Ruchi Singh: Urogynaecologist, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr Felicity Gould: Urogynaecology Fellow, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr Chin Yong: Urogynaecology Fellow, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr Peter Wein: Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Dr Basil DeSouza: Colorectal Surgeon, St Vincent’s Hospital

Dr David Lam: Colorectal Fellow, St Vincent’s Hospital

Dr Anita Elias: Sexual Counsellor, Royal Women’s Hospital

Lucy Pizzo: Continence Nurse, Royal Womens Hospital

Ann Cornish: Continence Nurse, Royal Women’s Hospital

Helen Woodroffe: Continence Nurse, Royal Women’s Hospital

Georgia Privato: Continence Nurse, Royal Women’s Hospital

Elizabeth Gasparini: Dietician, Royal Women’s Hospital

Annabelle Citroen Physiotherapist, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr Derrick Thompson Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr Khai M Noor Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Royal Women’s Hospital

Dr WeiQing Huang Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Royal Women’s Hospital


Perineal Trauma Master Class - Full Day: An optional afternoon workshop for medical clinicians (obstetricians/GPs/trainees) involves a hands-on experience in the skills laboratory repairing pig sphincters.



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