It is with great pleasure the Continence Foundation of Australia invites you to attend our flagship event and now the 30th National Conference on Incontinence (NCOI 2022). Australia’s leading multidisciplinary meeting for healthcare professionals working in bladder, bowel, and pelvic health, will be held on 11-14 May 2022, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, located in the vibrant South Wharf precinct of the city of Melbourne.
This is a unique professional development opportunity for nurses, physiotherapists, doctors, pharmacists, medical specialists, researchers and other allied health professionals to hear the latest research from international and Australian experts, and the most up to date evidence-based best practice. It is also an excellent forum for all your networking needs, providing access to leading specialists, practitioners, and decision makers in continence care
NCOI 2022 provides an exclusive prospect for Foundation corporate partners and sponsors to showcase their latest products and services and engage with a multidisciplinary audience in a professional setting. We are also thrilled to announce the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre as one of the first major venues to join our bins4Blokes campaign, installing permanent bins for disposal of incontinence products in 8 of the male toilets in the Centre.
The conference program will run from Wednesday 11 – Saturday 14 May 2022, commencing with a full first day of workshops, followed by two and a half days of plenary and abstract presentations. The program includes a welcome reception, conference dinner and exhibit hall, providing numerous opportunities to connect and access information and support.
The full program and further information will be announced in the coming months.
Call for Abstracts: Now open
Abstract submissions – deadline extended to 19 January 2022
Workshop Proposals now closed. Workshop Facilitators will be notified of results by Friday 10 December
Deadline extensions are in recognition the affect COVID restrictions have had on delaying and cancelling many research projects. No further extensions will be possible.
Program announced: January
Registrations open: February
Early bird registration closes: April