You may have submitted an abstract for ICS 2018 or just thinking you should attend to keep up to date in the continence field but what is there for you at the ICS meeting?
To get you going here are a few highlights of the programme and don't forget the discounted early bird registration now available.
• State of the Art Lectures ICS 2018 has three 30 minute state of the art lectures covering a variety of topics. Of note, Warren Grill will be discussing his approach to electroceuticals and how they can be applied to peripheral nerves innovating the lower urinary tract and offer the promise to treat neurourological dysfunction including overactive bladder and detrusor underactivity / urinary retention. Jerry Gebhart will be discussing pain from the bladder and the consequences of prostatitis and mechanisms underlying development of bladder hypersensitivity. These lectures plus the many more will offer an update in current knowledge and future objectives in the field.
• Round Tables Round table sessions are a great way to hear updates on key areas from a variety of leading experts, which stimulates plenty of thoughts and ideas for the discussion section at the end of each session. They incorporate multi-disciplinary approaches so there truly is something for everyone. Take a look at the round table programme here.
With over 35 workshops to choose from you will be guaranteed to find something to advance your education. There are several interactive, hands on workshops which sell out fast.
AND MORE! Dedicated discipline led tracked programme plus over 45 hours of scientific abstract presentations.
Finally, don't forget to visit the ICS desk in the exhibition hall to meet the ICS team – they are always happy to have a chat, or help with any problems and explain more about what the ICS does – its way more than just the annual meeting. ICS TV broadcasts during the conference, and has lots of content already. To get a feel of what happens at an ICS meeting, view previous highlights and sessions here.