We're looking forward to seeing you all in Cairns on 10-14 September this year for for the 23rd National Conference on Incontinence ─ a joint conference between the Continence Foundation of Australia, International Children’s Continence Society and the UroGynaecological Society of Australasia.
Registration is open for the 23rd National Conference on Incontinence.
Early bird registrations have been extended and will now close on 15 August.
The scientific program has been designed to provide an exciting range of joint interactive plenary sessions and workshops, offering state-of-the art scientific evidence specific to bladder and bowel dysfunction across the ages. National and international experts will showcase the latest research in bladder and bowel dysfunction, combined with a comprehensive trade exhibition. Delegates will enjoy the rare opportunity to hear international keynote speakers such as Professor Linda Cardozo OBE, Professor Piet Hoebeke, Professor Marc Benninga, Associate Professor Margareta Dahl, Professor Alexander von Gontard and Professor Linda Brubaker providing expert insight into the latest treatment and management options for incontinence across the age spectrum.
Download the program and registration brochure (2MB)
Announcing the first ICCS endorsed Paediatric Urodynamic Course (152KB) in the Asia/Pacific region to be held on Wednesday 10 September.
This 1-day course will be presented by Professor Piet Hoebeke, head of the Department of Urology, University Hospital, Gent, Belgium, and a recognised world leader in his field. The course will include both instruction in and demonstration of urodynamic procedures, as well as hands-on practice of interpreting results. It is an opportunity for those in the Southern Hemisphere to participate, as well as being readily accessible to Asia/ Pacific countries.
Applications for the National Conference on Incontinence Scholarship program have closed. Successful applicants will be notified on August 1.
The 2014 National Conference on Incontinence Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus (1MB) is available to download.