RSM Interview: Julie Frohlich & Yvette Perston Free

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Julie Frohlich is a consultant midwife. Here she talks about primary prevention of  bowel (anal) incontinence injuries by better control of the baby’s head as it emerges through the perineum using a package of care under the acronym PEACHES.

Midwife, Yvette Perston also talks openly about care, not just for the baby after childbirth but for the mother who can be eclipsed but needs advice about the perineum, and how to specifically ask if there is a loss of bowel or bladder control. 

Length: 00:13:34

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Ms Julie Frohlich, Midwife, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. 

Ms Yvette Perston, Functional Bowel Clinical Nurse Specialist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

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13:25

Ms Karen Evans, Physiotherapist, Burchfield Physiotherapy.

Anonymous Speaker. Speech has been distorted to protect the speaker.

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09:01

Ms Sara Webb, Specialist Perineal Midwife, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust.

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chairman, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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15:11

Professor Khaled Ismail, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.

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10:20

Professor Doreen McClurg, Physiotherapist.

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07:18

Professor Michael Keighley, Colorectal Surgeon, and President of The MASIC Foundation.

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11:58

Ms Julia Herbert, Continence Physiotherapist.

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11:54

Ms Yvette Perston, Functional Bowel Clinical Nurse Specialist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

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16:41

Ms Camilla Palmer QC (Hon), Employment Lawyer and Judge, Joint CEO, Your Employment Settlement Service.

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