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ICS Education Committee Chair Elise De provides an update on what you can expect at ICS 2017

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We have a diverse range of workshops available, including neurogenic bladder, autonomic dysreflexia, surgical management of complications in SUI & prolapse. Plus a unique workshop of radiotherapy and its impact on the pelvis!

You can review the range of workshops available with our new look Scientific Programme.

Plan your workshops and book now!

Many of the workshops are free. These are indicated as free in the title of the workshop and work on a first come first served basis with no advance registrations. These are also considered the ICS Core Curriculum and the must see workshops each year.

New workshop announced!
This workshop is procedure-focused, and will boost and refine delegates theoretical and practical skills and knowledge on laparoscopic and robotic promontofixation. It will provide state-of-the-art Hands-on Training (HoT) courses using pelvic trainer stations and robotic simulators with specific exercises. Training will be tailored according to their level of expertise in a one to one learning experience. For more details and how to book your place click here

We also have a dedicated early career session for all disciplines, members and non-members regardless of whether you have had an abstract accepted. This session is a great way to get some practical tips and listen to valuable feedback which you can take forward for your next presentation or research.

So join Elise De and the ICS community at ICS 2017!

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