Session

Poster session

Poster Session 1

  • Location:
    Room 4, Capital suite (level 3)
  • Chairs:
     B.T. Jensen, Aarhus (DK)
     J.T. Marley, Newtownabbey (GB)
  • Poster viewing of 30 minutes. Short introduction of 4 minutes by the chair of the session. Presentations will take place on stage. Standard presentations are 6 minutes in length, followed by 2 minutes for discussion.
Poster viewing
P01
A randomized controlled trial study of the efficacy of intensive pre-operative pelvic floor muscle training to decrease post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence among Chinese men

By: Ng S.L.1, Tse Y.B.1, Yeung L.1, Ho B.2, Ng A.2, Ma W.K.2, Tsu J.2, Yiu M.K.2

Institutes: 1Queen Mary Hospital, Dept. of Surgery, Hong Kong West Cluster, Hong Kong, 2Queen Mary Hospital, Dept. of Surgery, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

P02
MEN with MEC: Satisfaction and recommendations

By: Cobussen-Boekhorst J.G.L.1, Van De Bilt-Sonderegger L.2, Van Der Heijden F.3, Mulder H.J.4

Institutes: 1Radboudumc, Dept. of Urology, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2Catharina Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 3Hoogland Medical, Hoogland Medical, Oss, The Netherlands, 4Martini Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Groningen, The Netherlands

P03
Enhancing recovery in prostate cancer care can we do it better? Experiences from a nurse led survivorship programme

By: Ferguson J.M., Aning J.J.

Institutes: Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Nhs Foundation Trust, Dept. of Urology, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

P04
The impact of a comprehensive functional health assessment on men after treatment for prostate cancer: The True NTH exercise and diet study

By: Faithfull S.1, Poole K.1, Aning J.5, Lemanska A.1, Gasson S.1, Griffin B.2, Heyworth J.7, Langley S.4, Manders R.3, Marshall J.8, Saxton J.6, Turner L.1, Wainwright J.3

Institutes: 1University of Surrey, School of Health Sciences, Guildford, United Kingdom, 2University of Surrey, Dept of Nutritional Sciences, Guildford, United Kingdom, 3University of Surrey, School of Bioscience and Medicine, Guildford, United Kingdom, 4Royal Surrey County Hospital, Urology, Guildford, United Kingdom, 5Freemans Hospital, Urology, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 6Northumbria, Department of Sport, Exercise & Rehabilitation, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom, 7Prostate Cancer UK, Patient Volunteer, London, United Kingdom, 8Prostate Cancer UK, Patient Representative, London, United Kingdom

P05
Transition from hospital-based supervised exercise to unsupervised exercise in the community: Experiences from men with prostate cancer

By: Schmidt M.L.K.1, Midtgaard J.2, Ragle A-M.3, Avlastenok J.1, Sønksen J.1, Østergren P.1

Institutes: 1Herlev & Gentofte University Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Herlev, Denmark, 2Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet, The University Hospitals’ Centre For Health Research (UCSF), Copenhagen, Denmark, 3Herlev & Gentofte University Hospital, Dept. of Rehabilitation, Herlev, Denmark

P06
A descriptive study of experienced burden by spouses living with men undergoing androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer

By: Avlastenok J., Rud K., Køppen H., Føns F., Østergren P.

Institutes: Herlev and Gentofte Hospital, Dept. of Urology, Herlev, Denmark

P07
Management of bone health in patients with advanced cancer: A survey of specialist urology nurses

By: Drudge-Coates L.1, Van Muilekom E.2, De La Torre Montero J.C3, Leonard K.4, Van Oostwaard M.5, Aerts E.6, Niepel D.7, Jensen B.T8

Institutes: 1King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Dept. of Urology, London, United Kingdom, 2Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3Comillas Pontifical University, San Juan De Dios School of Nursing and Physical Therapy, Madrid, Spain, 4St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Centre, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, 5Máxima Medisch Centrum, Vallen,Fracturen En Osteoporose., Eindhoven/veldhoven, The Netherlands, 6Haematology Nurses & Healthcare Professionals Group, University Hospital Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 7Amgen (Europe), Oncology, Vienna, Austria, 8Aarhus University Hospital, Centre of Research In Rehabilitation, Aarhus, Denmark

P08
Evaluate the clinical nursing staff's knowledge and competency before and after training program on using bladder scanner to check post void residual urine (PVRU) for urological patients

By: Ng S.L.

Institutes: Queen Mary Hospital, Division of Urology, Dept. of Surgery, Hong Kong West Cluster, Hong Kong

P09
The optimal volume of bladder filling in case of trial without catheter (TWOC), the patient is in control

By: Van Kesteren J.D., Lely M.J., Takkenberg J.H.

Institutes: OLVG – Locatie Oost, Dept. of Urology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands