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5 ways you will benefit from attending ICS 2016

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No matter how excited you may be to attend ICS 2016 you still have to convince your boss to let you attend! You need to demonstrate the benefits of the meeting to your continuing medical education and persuade your boss that it's worth the investment of time and money.

Whether you get an abstract accepted or not, here are 5 reasons why you should attend ICS 2016.

1. It’s Accredited
The smarter you are, the better it is for your organisation! ICS is always accredited and further details of the specific amounts will be available soon.

2. Programme and Innovation
ICS is now a 4 day meeting, which means less time away from your organisation with over 100 sessions, including State of the Art Lectures, Round tables and Scientific Sessions. Tracked themed sessions will help you craft a curriculum just for you. We also use the latest tech from mobile apps to ePosters.

3. Experts
Our experts have been there and done it, come and learn from the best. Network with international leaders in the field of incontinence. You will have the opportunity to discuss your findings with research and practice experts from around the globe.

4. Latest insights
Our exhibition area will showcase the latest tools available to ensure that you stay ahead of the curve. With over 30 companies present there will be something for everyone, no matter what your discipline.

5. Network
Flying solo? There will be plenty of opportunities to mingle with other delegates, network and share experiences with likeminded people from the continence community around the world.

We look forward to seeing you at ICS 2016, Tokyo.

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