Everyone at MacGregor Healthcare Ltd have missed you all during these strange times. Here is a little thank you and a reminder that you are always in our thoughts, patients, HCPs, suppliers, customers, colleagues and partners from all the MacGregor family
The myqufora team have been working tirelessly with the dedicated support service throughout the last few months to ensure our patients have received advice and products in continuing their irrigation journey. Here is a little hello from them.
To ensure that our Qufora patients and healthcare professionals receive nothing but world class service our MacGregor Healthcare team continues to grow. We are delighted to welcome Beverley Grant, Stacey Logan, Naomi Hanratty and Ian Cameron who are already an integral part of our team.
Great to see so many healthcare professionals wanting to learn more about Qufora IrriSedo trans anal/rectal irrigation at today’s BBUK Continence Symposium in Coventry
Come along and speak with Elena and Mandy who would love to speak to you about all things Qufora
To view more about this Adult Bowel Care Day, please click here
A multidisciplinary study day organised by the MASIC Foundation with leading speakers, reflecting the diverse professional roles required to coordinate and deliver effective and individualised care for women experiencing Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury (OASI). The study day is open to OASI mothers and professionals, with relevance to students and registered professionals in midwifery, nursing, physiotherapy, mental health, obstetrics, urogynaecology and pelvic floor surgery, among others.
We plan to have a crèche near the bar to enable mothers with younger members of the family to attend.
Come along and speak to Katharin who would be delighted to speak about all things Qufora.
To see more information on this event, please click here
Big welcome to Mandy McMaster to the MacGregor Family. Mandy joins as our Key Account Manager for Scotland and Ireland, graduating with a Pharmacology Degree from Glasgow Caledonian University she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience.
We are delighted to be included in the BBUK July newsletter on Page 10, where we are featured as winning 3rd place in the Look Good Feel Good awards recently at ACA Harrogate.
ACPGBI 2019 Congratulations to the winner of the How Steady is your hand? challenge with an impressive time of 43 seconds. Elena had the pleasure of presenting Mr Michael Shinkwin from Cardiff with his Amazon Kindle. #healthcare #conference #irrigation #clinicaleducation #congratulations
Come along and speak with the Qufora team at stand 18 at the ACPGBI which is being held at The Convention Centre Dublin, 1st to the 3rd of July.
“The focus this year is on education, training, research and innovation. Practical aspects and novel approaches in the subspecialty areas of pelvic floor, inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer will be addressed, as well as sessions on the provision of emergency care.”
The Convention Centre Dublin
North Wall Quay
Alison is attending the World Continence Day event in Coventry today. Looking great. Spreading the Qufora story and helping people live a more fulfilled life. #irrigation #clinicaleducation
We are absolutely delighted to have been awarded third place in the Look Good Feel Good awards at ACA Harrogate this year for our new Qufora Irrisedo Klick system. This award is an annual joint award between ACA and Bladder and Bowel UK with the judges coming from a varied background of Specialist Nurses, Allied Health Professionals (both adult and paediatric clinicians), charity and lay representation, only products that are exhibited at the ACA Conference, that have been launched since the last ACA Conference or which have not been exhibited at an ACA Conference previously are eligible for the award. There were numerous entries this year so we are thrilled and excited to be in the top 3!
Thank you to all the team at ACA and Bladder and Bowel UK for another fabulous conference. irrigation clinicaleducation values BBUK ACA healthcare teamwork specialist conference
ERIC’s second regional roadshow aims to offer training to healthcare professionals with all levels of expertise in paediatric continence. We are offering two streams of workshops – stream 1 offers fundamental knowledge whilst stream 2 may be suitable for the more experienced continence practitioner. Workshops must be selected at the time of booking and can be chosen from either stream.
Come along and speak to Alison who would be delighted to talk about all things Qufora.
The Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3SY
A multidisciplinary study day organised by the MASIC Foundation with leading speakers, reflecting the diverse professional roles required to coordinate and deliver effective and individualised care for women experiencing Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury (OASI). The study day is open to OASI mothers and
professionals, with relevance to students and registered professionals in midwifery, nursing, physiotherapy, mental health, obstetrics, urogynaecology
and pelvic floor surgery, among others.