Welcome to WFIPP.org
For people living with incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction.
To provide you and our international audience with the safest and most accessible meeting experience during a time of continued travel restrictions and health concerns, we have made the difficult decision to move our Melbourne meeting Online.Read more
Join them for four virtual days to explore the digital transformation of healthcare. Together, we’ll examine the added value of patient partnerships in the context of digital health. Registration for EPF Members is free.Read more
Incontinence: The Engineering Challenge XIII 16 November 2021 – 17 November 2021 Conference, Live Online The 13th biennial Incontinence: The Engineering Challenge conference aims to inform, encourage and inspire those keen to improve technology for diagnosing, treating, or managing urinary or faecal incontinence. Previous iterations have been highly multidisciplinary, with delegates typically comprising ~50% research […]Read more
1. Webinar in France – 3rd quarter
2. Workshop in Finland for Nordic Countries – Sept/Oct.
3. The WFIPP CEE (Central Eastern Europe) workshop in Budapest planned for 23rd April 2021, has been postponed due to COVID until 4th Quarter 2021.
4. 2nd International Symposium in Warsaw – WFIPP is investigating the possibility of making this a hybride event (virtual/physical) as soon as the circumstances allow.
The platform which is intended to act as a helpful resource for all stakeholders, patients, families, carers, HCPs and institutions who are in some way involved in the patient pathway relating to incontinence
OAB – OverActive Bladder Syndrome
This animated video is about overactive bladder syndrome (OAB) and describes the symptoms, tests and treatments. OAB is a common condition and can affect both men and women. It affects around 22 million adults in Europe.Read more
Abstract submission is open! Be sure to submit your abstract before 1 December 2021.
Before submitting, please read the Rules for Abstract Submission. (PDF)
The EAU will again conduct an international survey to assess the general knowledge on urology. We have asked over 3,000 members of the public from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands 10 questions on the topic of Incontinence. If you are interested in conducting a similar survey yourself at a local or national level, we would be happy to send you the survey questions for translation.Read more
WFIPP would like to bring to your attention the publication in 2021 of the booked called “Facing Pelvic Pain”. The book is written by an eminent and well respected young Urologist Elise J.B. De, MD, practising in Boston, USA and Theodore A. Stern, MD, Professor of Psychiatry in the field of Psychosomatic Medicine/Consultation. The book is written to fill the many gaps that exist for patients and their family having to deal with Chronic Pelvic Pain.Read more