Whether you are just starting your career or if you need to catch up on the latest information, the ICS Urogynaecology and Female and Functional Urology Track will cover everything you need to know in 2020.
What's good for Early Career Professionals
As a young professional you can't attend ICS 2020 without attending the Early Career Session. This free session is open to all but really focuses on what you need to know in the early stages of your career. There will be seasoned ICS members giving fantastic talks and mock presentations to allow you to brush up your presentation skills at large conferences. Read more... P.S. You don't need to be "young" to attend this event, it's open to all!
There are also a range of workshops aimed at those starting their careers. These are highlighted as "Core Curriculum" in the programme. These are our top picks for young Urogynaecologists...
Users' Guides to Practical Interpretation of Research Evidence for Shared Decision Making
Integrated Total Pelvic Floor Ultrasound in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
The Challenge of Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain
Basic Urodynamics - An Interactive Workshop
There will also be a range of Video Abstract sessions available which will allow you to watch the procedures you need to know.
What's good for those wanting something more advanced!
Management of Female Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction Secondary to Long Term Radiation Effects: A Case Based Approach - This interactive case discussion addresses the challenging female lower urinary tract disease after pelvic irradiation.
Pelvic Floor Ultrasound in Assessment of Complex Voiding Dysfunction and Mesh Complications - This workshop aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to utilize ultrasound imaging in assessment of complex pelvic floor problems.
ROUND TABLE & STATE OF THE ART
There are some outstanding expert sessions at ICS 2020 many of which are focused on our urogynaecologists attending.
Your Stress Incontinence Surgery Failed - Now What? - Chaired by Helen O'Connell - the first female urogynecologist in Australia.
MESH: Utilisation, Regulation, and Litigation - Lessons Learned An expert panel from around the world will give you their insight into this continuing debate.
Evidence Based Review of Transvaginal Hysteropexy for Uterovaginal Prolapse - Holly Richter will discuss hysteropexy indications, patient selection and provide the most up to date evidence.
To see all sessions in the Urogynaecology Track use the ICS Interactive Programme
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