Highlights

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Highlights

The ICS scientific programme structure has been updated for 2015, offering an innovative and exciting experience for delegates. The ICS 2015 meeting will have a shorter programme over 4 days, meaning less time away from your office and patients.

As well as a range of concurrent sessions allowing you to select a timetable suitable to your interests, the ICS is pleased to announce the following State of the Art Lectures:

Recurrent urinary tract infections: immunity, bio-films and clinical prevention
Presented by Scott Hultgren
Top 5 Papers of 2015 that will change incontinence research and practice
Presented by: Chris Chapple
ICS and IUGA: Highlights and Perspectives
Presented by: Dudley Robinson, Emmanuel Chartier-Kastler, Paul Abrams and Ted Arnold

In addition the programme will have more than 10 round tables and live debates. We will also be hosting two ICS Ethics Committee activities during ICS 2015! The ICS Ethics Committee will be providing both a basic ethics workshop and a prime time ethics debate entitled ‘Is it still ethical to perform urodynamic investigations prior to surgery for female stress incontinence?’. The later will be moderated by Prof. Peter Rosier, Chair of the ICS Urodynamics Committee with expert discussants Prof. Victor Nitti, urologist, of the United States (pro) and Prof. Xavier Fritel, urogynecologist, of France (con).

More information about the programme will follow shortly...

03/12/2019 10:16:43
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