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.
Joint Congress of the ICCS/ERIC/BAPU
The lectures and slides from the Joint Congress of the ICCS/ERIC/BAPU at the Royal College of Physicians in London on October 12-14, 2012 are available for viewing! Please click the link to view these state-of the-art scientific sessions on bladder and bowel dysfunction in children and young people.
View London, 2012 Joint Congress Photos
As 2012 draws to a close I can honestly say I am very satisfied with the accomplishments of our Society. We have achieved a great deal, including published or accepted for publication several additional standardization documents, and completion of a working groupís efforts to update the original standardization document on terminology of lower urinary tract function, first published in 2006. Under the leadership of Tryggve Neveus and Paul Austin, the committee worked hard throughout the year to reach this current state of readiness. The process is in its final stages with a nearly completed draft soon to be circulated to all those who contributed, before it is formally vetted on the website and subsequently submitted to a peer-reviewed journal for worldwide dissemination. More...
Stuart B. Bauer, MD
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...