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ICS Terminology Discussions - we need you!

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The ICS Terminology Discussions committee is currently seeking new members interested in the current ICS standard terms. All authors are encouraged to use the accepted terms in all publications and presentations.

This resource is for all people interested in urinary tract and bowel function and dysfunction. It draws together terminology and other resources, giving current agreed definitions and providing a perspective, enabling all stakeholders to provide comment and participate in debate. Links are also provided to the glossary and to full articles of all ICS published standard papers.

Access the ICS Terminology Discussions

The ICS Terminology Discussions committee are seeking applications from physiotherapists, nurses, OB / GYN, gerontologists, and patient advocate members and others to become committee members. We are also looking for professionals interested in publishing a Terminology Discussion page on continence terms. Authors will be paired with a Terminology Discussion committee member to facilitate publication. Increase your visibility on the web by adding to the ICS Terminology Discussions.

If you are interested in becoming a Terminology Discussions committee member or author please email Sajjad Rahnama'i, Scientific Co-Chair, for more information: sajjad_r@yahoo.com

Please send a short CV (no more than 3 pages) with a covering statement explaining why you wish to apply for this position to the ICS Office: info@ics.org

Deadline for applications: EXTENDED to 12th January 2020

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