Joanne Townsend, bladder and bowel nurse specialist at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is leading our August talk, and the first of our Community Health Matters series, with an introduction to the Bladder and Bowel Service. In particular Joanne will talk about the urinary symptoms experienced by adults, specifically the impact these can have on quality of life.

Joanne will also cover the many interventions available to patients to help improve symptoms and lessen the overall impact on lifestyle.

Come and join us for this informal insight into a condition which affects an estimated 14 million men and women of all ages in the UK (Bladder and Bowel Foundation).

10.00am – 12.00pm

Chipping Norton War Memorial Community Hospital

Russell Way

Off London Road

Chipping Norton

OX7 5FA

This talk is free and is open to member of the public as well as members of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Spaces are very limited so please reserve your place by emailing abigail.lester@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk