We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 best abstract awards, detailed below. Congratulations all!
Best Basic Science Abstract
Development of a new model for studying urothelial-afferent cross-talk
Tan S, Daly D, Nocchi L, Chapple C, Grundy D
Best Clinical Abstract
Cluster randomization trial of three different community-based continence promotion interventions to improve urinary incontinence among untreated older women
Tannenbaum C, Agnew R, Benedetti A, van den Heuvel E
Conservative Management Award
Sponsored by SCA
Effect of postpartum pelvic floor muscle training on urinary incontinence in primparous women with and without major pelvic floor muscle defects. An assessor blinded randomised controlled trial.
Hilde G, Stær-Jensen J, Siafarikas F, Ellström Engh M, Bø K
Award for Innovative Research Presented on Nocturnal Voiding Problems
Sponsored by Ferring International
Development of a short-form for evaluating the pathophysiologic mechanisms of nocturia.
Denys M, Goessaert A S, Krott L, Everaert K
To download and read the winning abstracts please click here.