ICS 2021 is packed with a variety of sessions, workshops, discussions, and round tables. If you don’t know where to start, we are here to help you! No matter whether you are an early career professional, an expert, a physiotherapist, or a nurse, we have plenty of fundamental continence content for you.
Therefore here is our quick guide to the must attend, core curriculum content at ICS 2021.
Early Career Professionals
LIVE WEBINAR: Pelvic Pain Beyond the Syndromes – Practical Tools to Help Your Patients
LIVE WEBINAR: Basic Urodynamics - An Interactive Workshop
LIVE WEBINAR: Female stress urinary incontinence - A problem based management approach
ICS Institute Urodynamics: Clinical Urodynamic Round. How to Systematically Evaluate and Report an Invasive Urodynamic Study?
ICS Institute Modern Technology: Advances in Neurostimulation: Technology-Based Approach (3D modelling, 3D printing, Surgical Planning and Navigation)
Childbirth and its Consequences
Needing something more advanced?
LIVE WEBINAR: HEARTSINKERS - Tips in Managing 3 Complex Yet Common Clinical Conditions
What Women Want; Options for Uterine Preservation
Advanced Pelvic Floor Surgery - Video Masterclass
Engineering for Better Continence and Pelvic Floor Care
Drug Targets for Superior Male Pelvic Health Beyond 2021
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists
Assessment of Pelvic Floor Muscle Function and Dysfunction: Consensus on Terminology
20th Physiotherapy Forum
Cancer Treatment and Pelvic Floor Function
Best of Rehabilitation: from Clinical Reasoning to Cost Analysis
The BEST Pelvic Floor Muscle Training: Behaviour, Exercise, Syntheses, and Theories?
LIVE WEBINAR: ICS Core Curriculum: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Intermittent Self Catheterisation in Neurogenic Patients
The Art and Science of Continence Caregiving
It is Never "Just Constipation"
Addressing Continence Care Across Health Settings
Explore the true nature of a multidisciplinary meeting with sessions representing your core team
LIVE WEBINAR: ICS Institute Anorectal Dysfunction: Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Approach to Pelvic Floor Disorders
Major pelvic surgery and pelvic radiation: Urological and Colorectal outcomes, effects on lower urinary tract, bowel function and sexual function
Prevention is Better Than Cure ! - Optimising Pregnancy Care and Delivery for Better Pelvic Floor Health