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
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President's Message, 2014
Stuart B. Bauer, MD
As I start my last calendar year as President of the ICCS and reflect on the direction our Society has taken and the extent of its influence on the world stage, I am delighted by what has occurred over the past 5 years. Our Society has contributed immeasurably to scientific meetings by partnering with the AAP Section on Urology (2008), the World Congress of Pediatric Urology (2010), BAPU and ERIC in London (2012) where we focused on increasing awareness of incontinence, and with the ICS in Toronto (2013) where concerns regarding transition were comprehensively articulated. More...
ICCS, UGSA & CFA International Conference on Incontinence
September 10-13, 2014, Cairns, Australia
Guidelines for submission of abstracts - Abstract deadline: April 11th, 2014
The ICCS will hold its 2014 annual meeting 10-13, September 2014 in conjunction with the Continence Foundation of Australia and the UroGynaecological Society of Australasia. The meeting site will be at the Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns Queensland, Australia.
Cairns, the capital of tropical north Queensland, is a modern and vibrant city and the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas and the Daintree Rainforests. Cairns is an ideal base from which to explore the wonderful attractions tropical north Queensland has to offer.
Please mark your calendar, tell your colleagues and plan to attend this exciting meeting and venue. A call for abstracts will be made in the Spring of 2014.
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...