The 54th meeting of the International Continence Society will be held in Madrid, Spain. The annual meeting will be full of the latest breakthroughs in treatment & technology and healthcare professionals will learn about the latest advancements in this field. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with peers, exchange ideas and share best practices, which has proved to be a popular element of our previous meetings. This is sure to be an invaluable experience for all involved.
An annual meeting of the International Continence Society brings together healthcare professionals interested in treating incontinence patients from all over the world – last year's meeting for example hosted delegates from 90 countries and boasted over 200 specialist speakers. Leading experts present workshops, round table discussions and state-of-the-art sessions as part of a comprehensive scientific programme which also includes multiple scientific sessions. This conference therefore provides a exceptional platform for networking, research and professional development.
There's no better opportunity for healthcare professionals to make a real difference in incontinence sufferers' lives than ICS 2024 Madrid.
Welcome to the award-winning city of Madrid
Not only is Madrid considered one of the major cultural capitals of Europe, it has been recognised as 'the top European destination for meetings and conferences' for the last six years, and previously named the world's leading professional meeting destination for two years running, making it a perfect host city for ICS 2024.
The Spanish capital is a unique destination, boasting an extensive range of cultural and leisure activities as well as a vast hotel infrastructure and transport network, meaning it's the ideal destination for delegates. The city is home to the world's oldest working restaurant, Sobrino de Botín (which also features in the final scene of Ernest Hemmingway's The Sun Also Rises) and leading art galleries, including The Prado Museum, which celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2019, and home of Pablo Picasso's most renowned work, Guernica: The Museo Reina Sofía.
Other must-see landmarks nestled within the city include the Cibeles Fountain and historic squares Plazo Mayor and Puerta del Sol. At the latter of these famous spots stands the city's official symbol – a statue of a bear nuzzling a strawberry tree – representing the coat of arms of Madrid. The square also marks the central point of Spain, where all major radial roads in Spain emanate and are measured from, illustrating that Madrid is not only the cultural centre of Spain.
Getting to Madrid
Delegates traveling internationally can arrive into Madrid-Barajas Airport which is only ten minutes from the meeting venue and 12 km from the city centre.
For further information of how to get to the venue, please visit the IFEMA website
ICS 2024 is being held at IFEMA Madrid