ICS 2016 offers Early Career Professionals, from all disciplines, a fantastic opportunity to speak and hear the latest science in the field of continence.
If you have not yet submitted your abstract for ICS 2016 here are 6 reasons why you should!
Present your research to an international, interdisciplinary audience at the meeting, and via the abstracts available online via the ICS website. Abstracts selected for oral presentation are published as part of the scientific proceedings in the journal Neurourology and Urodynamics, which is indexed in major databases including MEDLINE/PubMed, Embase, SCOPUS and Web of Science.
Hear the most recent evidence, cutting edge scientific discoveries and controversies in continence at State of the Art, Podium and Poster presentations.
Attend sessions of the 6th International Consultation on Incontinence, being held in conjunction with ICS for the first time.
Network with a global community of researchers and clinicians to build your connections to new colleagues and potential collaborations.
Attend educational workshops to learn new skills or explore focused topic areas in depth.
Get involved in the ICS Early Career Session and obtain relevant feedback on presentation skills and scientific content from our panel of experts. Chris Chapple will be providing the keynote lecture this year on "Communication skills for academic progress" which will provide delegates with suggestions on how to most effectively communicate their scientific and clinical research from an editor’s standpoint.
The abstracts centre closes 1 April 2016.