Dr Terri Porrett PhD, MSc, RN

Terri was a ward sister at St. Marks Hospital before she joined the Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 1991 as a CNS in Stoma Care. As Nurse Consultant at Homerton Terri was instrumental in developing a range of Nurse Led colorectal services for patients. Terri has published two textbooks embracing all aspects of colorectal nursing practice, and has been published in medical, colorectal and nursing gastrointestinal journals. Terri joined Coloplast in July 2011 and works as a Senior Medical Manager, offering professional support and development to nurses, ensuring their services have a high profile, are valued and the patient pathway is protected. Tweet her on @gbtpo or email her at gbtpo@coloplast.com

alisonDr Alison Leary

Alison Leary is an independent healthcare consultant, author and researcher. Alison’s work is commissioned by the National Health Service, government, commercial and charitable sectors. She is a Reader in Advanced Practice, and delivers Master Classes for nurses working in specialist advanced practice on how to evaluate their service and show their worth. She practiced as a CNS for 15 years in oncology. Alison’s academic background is in science, nursing, medicine and mathematics. Tweet her on @alisonleary1 or Contact Alison

jeromeJerome Marley

Jerome is a lecturer in the School of Nursing at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland. Previously he was a lecturer-practitioner in urological nursing, a joint appointment between the university and Craigavon Area Hospital. Jerome is a past president of the British Association of Urological Nurses and a past co-chair of the European Association of Urology Nurses. Currently he is the associate editor of the International Journal of Urology Nursing (IJUN) and is the option lead for urology and continence education programmes at Ulster. Jerome can be contacted via email at jt.marley@ulster.ac.uk

martinMartin Beynon

Martin is the Medical Marketing Director at Coloplast and has worked with the company for the last 10 years.
Prior to this he had a background in Urological and Continence Nursing and was Lecturer-Practitioner at UCLH and London Southbank University.
Martin was a founder council member of the British Association of Urology Nurses and council member of the European Association of Urology Nurse.
He has a Visiting Professorship at the University of Ulster.