Brenda Cheer: RCN, RN
Brenda has more than thirty years of nursing experience. She currently has two roles: she has been paediatric specialist continence nurse at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff for the last ten years and ERIC nurse since 2013. As ERIC Nurse she has a broad remit, including promoting early intervention and the development of high quality, integrated children’s continence services. The ERIC Nurse Project has been short-listed for one of this year’s Nursing Times Awards.
Brenda has been involved in the development of local and national policy and has experience giving lectures to local and national audiences.
Angela Downer RGN, RSCN, PGC
Angela is an advance specialist nurse practitioner working in paediatric urology at John Radcliffe Children’s Hospital, Oxford. Angela has practiced in urology for 12 years. Angela has been instrumental in setting up the Combined clinic for children with Spina Bifida. She has recently been working with joint commissioning teams to design a pathway for the ‘well child’ with bladder and bowel problems in Oxfordshire.
In May 2010 she developed an interest in PTNS treatment in children and has presented on this nationally and internationally.
From 2012-14 Angela has coordinated the nursing element of the BAPU annual course run from Cambridge.