To Saturday 24 June 2017
The 2017 scientific program will cover all domains of enuresis and related bladder and bowel continence issues in children. Additionally, we will broaden our meeting to include young adults and will address issues of transitional care that is becoming increasingly important in healthcare. Professor Dan Wood from the University College of London Hospitals will be the Kelm Hjälmås Invited Lecturer.
The 2017 meeting will also mark the first joint meeting with the Society of Research on Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida(SRHSB).
Our meeting will continue to attract multi-disciplinary care providers interested in urinary continence from all over the world. We expect an increase in representative specialties by including the SRHSB which is also a multi-disciplinary organization and includes urology, nephrology, general medicine, neurology and rehabilitation medicine.
Additionally, healthcare providers interested in transitional care and continence disorders in young adults should further augment the attendance. In total, we expect 300 – 400 attendees with a large portion from Europe and Asia as this is a significant component group of both ICCS and SRHSB memberships.