FRIDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER 2011
Hosted by the International Continence Society/Continence Promotion Committee
In conjunction with: The UK Bladder & Bowel Foundation
Co-Chairs: Frankie Bates, Julia Herbert
Location: Hall 2 / Hall D at the SECC Conference Centre
Free Registration: Please contact Jenny Ellis to register.
The 2011 ICS/CPC Public Forum will be held on Friday 2 September at the SECC conference centre in Glasgow. A welcome reception with drinks and a light buffet will be held from 18.00-19.00 accompanied by a small consumer-oriented exhibition. The presentations will be held from 19.00-21.00. The Public Forum is a joint venture between the ICS Continence Promotion Committee (CPC) and local patient and professional organisations in the host country. This year the Public Forum will be chaired by the UK Bladder & Bowel Foundation. The Public Forum is a way of focusing the attention of the general public and international medical community on the reality of life for people with urinary, bowel and pelvic floor disorders. It is open to the general public, caregivers and healthcare professionals and provides the perfect opportunity for the ICS and CPC to raise awareness of all aspects of bladder/bowel incontinence and pelvic floor disorders and to discuss issues of relevance to continence promotion.
The Public Forum is a_ free_ event open to 250 participants of the general public, including caregivers and healthcare professionals.
ICS PUBLIC FORUM 2011 AGENDA
Buffet and Drinks reception with Public Trade Exhibition
Opening of the public forum
Ian Ramsay – Chairman of International Continence Society Conference 2011
Julia Herbert – Vice Chairman Bladder & Bowel Foundation
A patient perspective
The Bladder & Bowel Foundation Helpline
New developments in treatment for bladder problems
Phil Assassa, Consultant Urogynaecologist
Refreshments – visit trade stands
New developments in treatment for bowel problems
Politics of continence care
Scottish MP (tbc)
To book please contact Jenny Ellis on 44 (0)117 9444 881 or fax 44 (0) 117 9444 882, alternatively please click on the below Jenny Ellis Co-ordinator button, which will generate an email to Jenny Ellis- Jenny@icsoffice.org