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NHS reform: Key priorities for the urology sector
The coronavirus pandemic has placed unprecedented demand on the National Health Service and has accelerated calls for significant structural and legislative reform. Back in February, the government set out proposals for a new Health and Care Bill to bring forward reforms in social care, public health and mental health.

With the Bill now making its way through Parliament, the Urology Trade Association will be hosting a panel discussion which will look at the urology sector’s priorities within the context of an evolving NHS. Discussions will take place on specific aspects of the Bill most relevant to the sector and will set out why ill-advised policy decisions could place patients at adverse risk.

An estimated 6 million people in the UK (over 9,000 on average in each parliamentary constituency) are affected by continence problems, making incontinence one of the most widespread health issues in the UK.

The event will hear from:

• Clare Waymont, Urology Advanced Nurse Practitioner and President of the British Association of Urological Nurses
• Louise de Winter, Chief Executive of The Urology Foundation
• Hannah Gagen, Head of Government Affairs & Patient Advocacy, Coloplast; UTA Member

Ruth Jones MP, member of the APPG for Bladder and Bowel Continence Care, will lead the discussion, and there will be an opportunity for you to raise your own questions in the Q&A session planned.

We do hope you can join us for this important event.

Sep 14, 2021 10:00 AM in London

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