The Continence Foundation of Australia would like to thank everyone who attended the 29th National Conference on Incontinence (NCOI).

At the online event we were joined by over 420 attendees and over 30 industry leaders that presented more than 50 online sessions across 11 subject streams.

The Foundation would also like to thank all of the sponsors and exhibitors who supported the 2020 event in unprecedented times.

Highlights from NCOI 2020

Congratulations to our NCOI 2020 winners

Barry Cahill Travel Scholarship Award for Best Scientific Presentation
Associate Professor Wendy Bower, University of Melbourne
The association between nocturia, hormonal symptoms and bladder parameters in women

Best ePoster Award
Associate Professor Donna Sellers, Bond University
Multiple treatments with the cytotoxic drug cyclophosphamide alters voiding behaviour and bladder physiology

Continence Carer of the Year Award
Mr Robert Graham Sykes

Prize Draw Competition
Complimentary registration to ICS 2021 Melbourne
Mrs Sharon Homberg, Western District Health Service

Pre-arranged meetings Prize Draw
Complimentary registration to ICS 2021 Melbourne
Mrs Christine Sumper, Northern Health

We look forward to seeing you all at ICS 2021, Melbourne.

The 51st ICS Annual meeting will be held in Melbourne from 12 – 15 October 2021. The last ICS annual meeting in Australia was in 1995 (Sydney) so a return in 2021 will be a cause for celebration.

ICS is the world premier multidisciplinary scientific society bringing the best, the newest and the most advanced techniques for the study and treatment of pelvic floor disorders, urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse and LUTS. More: ICS Melbourne 2021

The Continence Foundation of Australia would like to thank everyone who attended the 28th National Conference on Incontinence (NCOI 2019). The event was a great success with over 640 attendees, 15 sponsors and 40 trade exhibitors.   

NCOI 2019 highlights

NCOI 2019 Photo gallery

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The consumer perspective at NCOI 2019

21-year-old model, advocate and speaker Anja Christoffersen has spent many years in the incontinence health world. In contrast to the hundreds of health professionals in the NCOI audience, her experience has been on the other side – as a patient. She shared her story at the opening of NCOI 2019

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Last Updated: Mon 21, Dec 2020
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