Getting To The Bottom Of It: Bowel Management and the Physiology of Defaecation

Biography:

Dr Torey Lawrence is a full time paediatric Surgeon at The Children’s Hospital Westmead.   She has a broad range of paediatric surgery clinical interests with a focus on colorectal conditions in childhood, paediatric burns, laparoscopic surgery and neonatal surgery.   She runs a long term follow up clinic for complex colorectal conditions in childhood and has a particular interest in anorectal malformations and Hirschsprung’s disease.  Torey undertook an observership in colorectal surgery at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Ohio, in 2012. She has a passion for teaching, education and research.  She teaches undergraduate and post graduate students and is a Supervisor of Surgical Training at The Children’s Hospital Westmead.

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