The course entitled "A Pragmatic Approach in Refractory and Complex Neurogenic Bladder Problems" is aimed at those with an interest in neurourology. There will be simultaneous programmes for doctors, nurses and physiotherapists. However, any healthcare professional that works with neurourological patients or has an interest in the topic is welcome to attend.
Delegates will have the opportunity to meet the key opinion leaders and clinicians in the field of neurourology.
The programme provides delegates with a comprehensive, overall picture of the management of what can often be the hidden symptoms of patients with neurological conditions. The sessions address such specifics as nocturia, spasticity, obesity, exercise, pressure ulcer, ostomy care and infections as well as broader issues of product choice, the pelvic floor, and sexual dysfunction, to mention just a few. Moreover the parallel sessions, although aimed at Doctors or Nurses and Physiotherapists (but not exclusive to) increases the options available and will lead to some reflection on choice.
- Neuro-urology for nurses and physiotherapists
- Improving patient compliance with OAB medication
- Infection management : what can nurses do
- Neurological conditions and the pelvic floor
- Conservative management with products
- What can nurses and physiotherapistst do for sexual dysfunction
- Ostomy care
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This meeting is intended for those who will not be able to join the annual meeting and to give the chance to our membership to join our updated programmes in different parts of the world. The superb faculty and low registration fees should allow delegates to discuss the challenges of the practical approaches to refractory and complex neurourological patients.
ICS members receive a reduced rate, concession rates* are also available.
*Concession prices are available to Nurses, Physiotherapists or Early Career Professionals (professionals of all disciplines who have graduated or completed their education in their speciality field within the last 5 years or are currently training) to include residents, fellows and students.