Congratulations to the winners of The World Ostomy Award 2022!Continue reading “WOA 2022 Winners”
The IAS association of Lyon is organising an ostomy congress on Thursday 17 November 2022 in Lyon.Continue reading “OSTOMATES MEETINGS 2022”
From his son Shayn we received the sad message that Maydad Gissin – long-term president of the Ostomy Association in Israel – had passed away in May 2022.Continue reading “Maydad Gissin”
We have received very sad news about the death of Ján Čačko, the long-time President of the Slovak Ostomy Association SLOVILCO.Continue reading “Ján Čačko”
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Kes Klare, aged 81, on April 16, 2022.Continue reading “Kes Klare”
Every three years in the beginning of October Russian Association of ostomy patients ASTOM, member of the European Association of ostomy patients, as well as other ostomy organizations around the world celebrates the World Ostomy Day and organizes different events in Moscow and other regions of Russia.Continue reading “World Ostomy Day celebrated in Russia”
Although ostomy care has improved significantly in the past decades, some people with ostomy, does still not have access to basic rights, that enable them to live a self-determined and independent life – even in developed countries.
Below patients from around the world share their experiences of being diagnosed and living with ostomy, to ensure the patient voice is heard in efforts to improve ostomy information and care.Continue reading “Living with Ostomy: Personal Stories and Experiences”