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Clinical Update: SUI and POP Research and Management Review: Online - October 2024

Clinical Update: SUI and POP Research and Management Review: Online - October 2024

Jenny Telfer-Crum
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Participants who register for this course have the option to attend the course live and/or watch the recorded sessions later. The recording will be available to all registrants for a 2-week period after the course/each session. This allows participants who may not be able to attend the live sessions to still benefit from the course content.

To facilitate attendance tracking, please indicate on your registration form if you won't be attending live.

Course Description: 

In this online, 4-hour course, instructor Jenny Telfer-Crum will take you through an updated and in-depth review of proposed mechanisms, prevalence, risk factors and treatment options for stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse for your clients who are assigned female at birth. Integrating the latest research recommendations, international consensus statements and treatment pathways, this course will get you up-to-date so that you can make evidence-informed treatment recommendations and your clients can make truly informed decisions for their healthcare journeys. Everything from watch-and-wait, conservative management including pelvic floor muscle training, manual therapy and pessary use will be reviewed, as well as high-level overviews of medical management such as medication, injection and surgical options.


Provide updated and in-depth information for the following:

Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Clinical vs anatomical presentation and definitions 
  • Pelvic anatomy and involved structures
  • POP-Q measurements and clinical implications 
  • Prevalence, Natural History and Risk Factors
  • Treatment including: Pelvic floor muscle training, hypopressives, general exercise, manual therapy, pessary use, surgical options 

Stress Urinary Incontinence:

  • Prevalence, Risk Factors, Progression 
  • Pelvic anatomy and involved structures
  • Pressure augmentation and urethra closing pressure
  • Subtype 1: Urethral Hypermobility
  • Subtype 2: Intrinsic Sphincter Deficiency 
  • Treatments including: Pelvic floor muscle training, medical bulking agents, pharmacological options, intravaginal devices including pessaries, surgical options 

Prerequisite: None

Audience: Open to healthcare professionals, including experienced clinicians 

Registration Form

SUI and POP Research and Management Review October 2024


Date/Time: October 3, 2024, from 5-9pm ET (Toronto). Please convert to your local time zone. 

Delivery Format

Live attendance is not mandatory for this online course. Enjoy a 2-week window to access and review the course recording, which is sent out on the next business day. We understand that life can be busy, which is why we offer you the freedom to access the course recording(s) during the time-limited viewing period.


Jenny Telfer-Crum