The ICS Ethics Committee is pleased to announce that due to the high standard of applications received this year the ICS 2022 Ethics Award has been awarded to two abstracts:
Assessment of lower urinary tract function in patients with symptoms of dysfunction or pain: Is obtaining an accurate objective diagnosis a privilege of some patients or a right (with possibility to refuse) of all patients?
The ethics of consent: understanding the risks of vaginal prolapse surgery
This award recognises the best ethics-related ICS presentation, highlighting an ethical principle of autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, or justice. The ICS recognises that ethics is an integral part of the fabric of what you do and strives to honour and bring awareness to your work dedicated to this topic.