ICS 2020 update
Dear Accepted Abstract Submitter,
We trust you received our email confirming that ICS 2020 is now an online event. This format allows creativity and reach far beyond any in-person meeting we have ever hosted, and we are excited for this stimulating academic opportunity.
You are asked to record your supporting presentation for your abstract. Please follow the below guidelines:
Online Presentation Guidelines
How to Record your Video
Upload your abstract... coming soon!
Benefits to uploading your presentation
- Your presentation, like your published abstract will be publicly available - you will be able to promote your research on social media and link directly to your video presentation together with your published abstract text. Your abstract presentation and text will be indexed by Google for organic search.
- By recording your session and having it available at ICS 2020 Online your work will benefit from a significantly expanded reach.
- An individual forum will be published below your abstract. Registered delegates for the meeting will be able to post questions to you and receive replies. The abstract presenter will be notified by email whenever anyone comments. You can even advertise when you will be available on your forum to discuss your content.
- On your individual abstract page there are social media engagement buttons to automatically link to your abstract page on all popular social media sites and we will provide you with a hashtag to further widen your reach.
Legacy of your work
ICS is the leader in research and education in the field of continence. Dissemination of research in our field is one of our core goals as a charity. Our aim is therefore to make your work available indefinitely.
We remain available for any questions you may have so please be in contact with the ICS office to discuss anything further: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since the Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society will be an accredited CME/CPD event, it is required that the highest educational standards, independence from commercial bias, and objectivity be promoted throughout the accredited educational sessions. In this effort, invited speakers, session chairs, co-chairs, oral presenters, etc. are asked to carefully read and submit full disclosure information. As this is mandatory per CME/CPD regulations, failure to do so will result in disqualification of CME credit points for your session.