We are pleased to announce that the first issues of Continence and Continence Reports, open access journals of the International Continence Society (ICS), have been published and are freely available to access now.
View first issue of Continence
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Lori Birder, Editor-in-Chief of Continence: “I am delighted to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of Continence. This first issue highlights the breadth of innovative research from multiple disciplines demonstrating the wide-ranging interests of our research community. Thanks are due to our co-editors and editorial board who have generously given their time and expertise.”
Sajjad Rahnama’i, Editor of Continence Reports: “This first issue of Continence Reports has two papers that present very interesting and unique reports in the field of functional urology. With a great group of experts in the field as reviewers and co-editors we intend to keep a high standard of scientific publication and give the opportunity to ICS-members as well all other interested scientists and clinicians to present and publish their work.”
Continence is dedicated to the publication of high quality, innovative, pure and clinical research that will benefit patients with urinary, bowel and pelvic floor disorders by advancing science. Continence welcomes original articles, review articles, standardisation reports and white papers, as well as consensus statements, covering all types of primary research involving clinical, and translational research.
Continence Reports is dedicated to the publication of high quality and innovative content that will benefit patients with urinary, bowel and pelvic floor disorders by advancing science. Continence Reports articles include original research papers, case-based studies, research summaries, patient reports and reviews as well as meeting reports and research protocols.
Both journals keep with the mission of the ICS, whose broad membership covers multiple disciplines including physicians, surgeons, nurses, physicists, physiotherapists, bio-engineers and scientists.
Your submissions for the next editions are encouraged. Please visit the above links to submit.