During the 23rd Panhellenic Urological Congress, in Rhodes Island, Greece, the ICS was represented via a lecture on neuromodulation. The Panhellenic Urological Congress is the leading biennial event of the Hellenic Urological Association. It is the congress of top health professionals engaged in Urology. The aim of the conference is to update urologists on the latest developments in the field, and present recent scientific studies. It is also a venue for the exchange of experience and opinion.
The ICS lecture was an educational activity of the Neuro-urology Promotion Committee of ICS under the approval of ICS Education Committee. The coordinator of the activity and chairman of the session was Charalampos Konstantinidis. The lecture delivered by Danielle Minardi. The title of the lecture was: "Neuromodulation in neurogenic and non-neurogenic patients". The ICS lecture was held at the beginning of the congress early in the afternoon, and there were more than 80 people in the room during the lecture. The talk was very well received and an interactive discussion followed after the presentation with the expression of much positive feedback. After the presentation, a there was a welcome reception where participants enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and Greek hospitality.
The 23rd Panhellenic Urological Congress was a very successful congress with more than 700 registered participants. Apart from the ICS lecture there was an ESU course, an ESPU course, some EAU lectures and other International activities. ICS 2007 in Florence was promoted with flyers and posters. A big thank you to Professor Minardi for his excellent contribution.
Article by Charalampos Konstantinidis, ICS Neuro-urology Promotion Committee Member