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NCOI 2019: The latest in incontinence research and practice

Fri 13, Sep 2019

The 28th National Conference on Incontinence (NCOI 2019) will bring together the latest in incontinence research and practice on 13-16 November 2019 in Melbourne.

Join the Continence Foundation at Australia’s premier meeting for bladder, bowel and pelvic health professionals. 

Be inspired and hear directly from international keynote speakers who are leaders in their respective fields: Dr John DeLancey, Professor of Gynaecology and Urology (USA); Professor Mandy Fader, Nursing and Continence Technology (UK); and Associate Professor Cristiano Gomes, Urology (Brazil).

What to look forward to:

  • Three days of plenary sessions covering topics such as: ethics/consent, bladder function at the extremes, transition, emerging trends, assessment in the community and research translation.
  • New research and abstract presentations.
  • Pre and post-conference workshops and a complimentary breakfast symposium.
  • Concurrent sessions with the UroGynaecological Society of Australasia (UGSA).
  • Large trade exhibition.
  • Social events and gala dinner.

View the full scientific program online at: ncoi.org.au/program

 

Janie Thompson, 2019 Conference Co-Chair and Nurse Continence Specialist, has attended several NCOI events and says the multi-disciplinary nature is a highlight.

“Whether you’re just beginning your interest in continence care or have worked in the field for years, the National Conference on Incontinence holds value for everyone. Some of the experiences I treasure most from past NCOIs have been the chances to collaborate and hear from my peers – right across disciplines and geographic location,” says Thompson.

“This year marks 30 years since the founding of the Continence Foundation of Australia, so it is a very special year to join us at the National Conference and Anniversary Gala Dinner. I have been a proud member of the Foundation for many years and look forward to celebrating all that has been achieved.”

Find out more and register at ncoi.org.au

 


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