NCOI 2020 GOES DIGITAL

29th National Conference on Incontinence (NCOI 2020)
20-22 October & 27-29 October

On behalf of Co-Chairs (Ms Sue Croft and Dr Peta Higgs) and the Scientific Committee, we're thrilled to announce the 29th National Conference on Incontinence will take place as a series of online events during October:

  • all plenary sessions will be delivered via webinar technology 
  • delegates will be able to access workshops, abstract presentations and ePosters
  • delegates will still be able to see the latest industry offerings from our virtual exhibitors, earn CPD points, and engage with other delegates in the online forum.

As in previous years, NCOI 2020 will continue to deliver the very latest in incontinence research and evidence-based best practice. Online delivery also gives a wider range of health profesionals the chance to be a part of Australia’s premier multidisciplinary meeting for bladder, bowel and pelvic floor health professionals.

For more information and further updates visit www.ncoi.org.au.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 28TH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INCONTINENCE (NCOI 2019)

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: Tue 23, Jun 2020
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