Pancreas North Patient Forum

9th August 2019

The group will be hosting their annual patient forum on Saturday 21st September 2019. This is an opportunity for patients with pancreatitis to listen to pancreatology specialists, meet other patients and share information/suggestions.

Pancreas North are a pancreatitis patient support group based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Pancreas North meet on the first Thursday of each month (from 6:30pm – 8:30pm) for an informal chat for any problems relating to pancreatitis available for an informal chat to discuss any problems relating to pancreatitis on ward 5, Freeman hospital.

 

See the agenda for the day here:

TimeSessionHost/Speaker
9:30Registration
9:50IntroductionLouise Carr
10:00Severe Acute Pancreatitis Treatment without surgery?John Leeds
10:30Collaborative hub & spoke working in PancreatologyJeremy French
11:00Coffee
11:15Autoimmune PancreatitisManu Nayar
11:45Nutrition interventionDavid Bourne
12:15Lunch
13:00Psychology in pancreatitis - patients & carersPenny Wilmott / Helen Aylott
13:30Guts UK - What we can do to helpJulie Harrington
14:00Coffee
14:15Breakout Sessions: Resilience? Acute Pancreatitis, Chronic & hereditary pancreatitisPenny Wilmott / Helen Aylott, Jen Logue, Richard Charnley
15:00Wrap upLouise Carr

For further details:

Email: pancreasnorthhelpgroup@hotmail.com

Call: 07732 986 805

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