The fundamental goal of the ICCS is to improve the quality of life and the life expectancy for all growing individuals with deficient bladder function, expressed as problems of storage and evacuation of urine. ICCS intends to approach this goal by increasing knowledge in all aspects of this problem area.
2014 Membership Renewal
Time to renew 2014 Membership Dues!
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Tryggve Nevéus, MD
The end of last year and the beginning of 2015 have been filled by hard work for the ICCS Board and other friends of the Society. Planning is under way for several upcoming events, several ICCS poisition statement documents are either started or nearing completion and the final testing of the e-learning course is getting ever nearer to the goalposts... More...
ICCS 2015 Annual Meeting in Prague, Czech Republic
14-17 October 2015, Prague, Czech Republic
The ICCS will hold its 2015 annual meeting 14-18, October 2015 in conjunction with the European Society of Paediatric Urology, European Society of Paediatric Urology – Nursing, Society for Pediatric Urology, American Association of Pediatric Urologists, American Academy of Pediatrics/Section on Urology and Society for Fetal Urology.
Please mark your calendar, tell your colleagues and plan to attend this exciting meeting and venue. Current information for the upcoming event can be seen from this link http://jointmeeting2015.espu.org
The deadline for abstract submissions is Sunday 5th, April 2015 midnight GMT+1. Please go here for abstract submissions http://jointmeeting2015.espu.org/abstract-submission
Note: The ESPU website will prompt you to fill out a short registration form to obtain a password for abstract submission http://www.espu.org/olas/sign-up.php?mid=12
ICCS Course on Enuresis in collaboration with the Japanese Society of Enuresis and Japanese Society of Pediatric Urology
28-29 June 2015
Juroku Plaza in Gifu City, Japan
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Industry cooperation statement
The ICCS is an independent, nonprofit organisation aimed at the advancement of research and healthcare. The ICCS Board and associated experts get no payment for their work. The running costs of the ICCS are covered by membership fees and unconditional educational grants from the medical industry. More...