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.
Foremost among the latter are presently two companies: Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Coloplast, the cooperation with which we hereby gratefully acknowledge. The cooperation is regulated by contracts guaranteeing the independence and protection of both parts, and all matters of common interest are handled by liaison committees, with members from the ICCS and the two companies.
The ICCS members of the ICCS-Ferring liaison committee are Janet Chase, Søren Rittig and Johan Vande Walle. The ICCS members of the ICCS-Coloplast liaison committee are Mario De Gennaro, Søren Rittig and Anka Nieuwhof-Leppink.
What’s new about urotherapy? Written by Anka Nieuwhof-Leppink, Jens Larsson, Gundela Holmdahl, and Anju Goyal, Urotherapy Book: a case-based approach has been conceived to help in the diffusion of the knowledge and practice of urotherapy and the understanding of the functional mechanisms of lower urinary tract dysfunctions. Despite being the first-line treatment for functional bladder […]
Are you following ICCS on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter? On our page, we release important studies about continence and other correlated subjects, videos, and ICCS’s actions. Our official profile is @iccs_continence We count on you to share our posts and invite your colleagues to follow us. You can find us by clicking on the links […]
After two years of the Covid pandemic, we can’t wait to meet you in New Taipei City, Taiwan, for our Annual Congress, on December 2-4.
Our scientific committee is developing an amazing program, with courses, guidelines updated, symposiums, etc.! Don’t miss it!
Taiwan’s government announced on September 22nd that will loosen quarantine rules on October 13th. Premier Su Tseng-chang declared that Taiwan will expand visa-free entry to more countries and the ban on tourists groups will be lifted. Visa-free entry will be restored to all reciprocating countries. Travelers who are asymptomatic will be able to take all […]