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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.
Local Organising Committee
NOVEMBER 11-13 2021
Abstract submission expected to open August 2021
Urodynamics and Neurourology
Drugs for Continence
Genetics of BBD
Surgery for continence
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction
Neurogenic Bladder & Bowel in Children & Adolescents
Workshops & Educational Courses
Urodynamics | 26 Aug 2021
Urotherapy | 26 Aug 2021
Bowel Dysfunction | 26 Aug 2021
To be rescheduled for spring 2021
What will this course cover ?
This 2 day course will start by covering normal childhood bladder and bowel anatomy and function along with an outline of Bladder Bowel dysfunction (BBD). The bulk of the course will cover urodynamic assessment of BBD both with non-invasive strategies such as Diaries, Uroflowmetry (together with use of EMG) and ultrasound scanning and invasive urodynamics to include videourodynamics and ambulatory urodynamics. Practical hands-on demonstration along with work-shop scenarios will be provided along with case studies.
Who is suitable for this course ?
Health professionals working in the field of Childhood BBD including doctors, nurses or therapists, who would like to further their practice or expertise, or indeed, for those who are starting out in this work and would like a course focusing on these aspects. Our aim is that the attendee will leave the course with a better understanding of Childhood BBD along with the skills to assess BBD using urodynamics, and treatment including Biofeedback and superficial neuromodulation in the form of TENS. Certificates of attendance will be provided. The course is approved by the International Children’s Continence Society and United Kingdom Continence Society and is sponsored by Laborie.
Course organizer: Dr. Anne Wright.
Tbilisi Georgia course to be rescheduled for October 2021
We are pleased to invite you to the ICCS Course On Bladder-Bowel Dysfunction in Children.
We are hopeful that the course will be held in Tbilisi, Georgia, October 2021 pending relaxation of travel restrictions
Two-day gathering, providing the perfect platform for the interaction among pediatricians, pediatric urologist, pediatric nephrologists and well recognized experts in this field from around the world. During lectures Speakers will share their knowledge and clinical experiences with the participants in the field of enuresis, bladder incontinence and bladder-bowel diseases. Course will also cover neurogenic bladder and constipation management.
There will also be innovative patient education session with interactive involvement of patients and their families.
for physicians and urotherapists to manage children with enuresis, urinary incontinence and neurogenic bladders.
Irakli Rtskhiladze, MD
Tamar Ckhalaishvili, MD
Anka Nieuwhof-Leppink Ph D
– Urotherapist, Coordinator of Urotherapists
Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital (part of UMC Utrecht), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
- Board member of International Children’s Continence Society (ICCS)
- Member of ESPU research committee
Israel Franco, MD
– Clinical Professor Department of Urology, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA
- Executive Committee-Treasurer, International Children’s Continence Society (ICCS)
Tryggve Neveus, MD
Senior Consultant, Head of Pediatric Nephrology Unit Uppsala University Children’s Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden
- Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor Dept. of Women’s and Children’s health, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
- President, of International Children’s Continence Society (ICCS)
- President of Swedish Enuresis Academy (SEA)
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.
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