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Latest Developments in the Management of Chronic Pelvic Pain with Bert Messelink, Jandra Mueller and Professor Amanda Williams

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WFIPP World Continence Week 2021 – Toolkit and webinars

WFIPP is pleased to announce that all materials relating to World Continence Week (WCW) 2021 are now available online via the WFIPP website and other social media channels. Included are the dedicated WCW 2021 series of webinars taking place between 21st and 25th June inclusive as well as the WCW toolkit with all the infographics and posters. All created to help you promote World Continence Week 2021 in your national area  and around the world.

World Continence Week (WCW) is an annual initiative designed and managed by WFIPP, with the approval of the International Continence Society (ICS) and the European Association of Urology (EAU). It is a global initiative intended to raise awareness of all forms of incontinence, pelvic pain and other debilitating conditions which impact greatly on the lives of patients and carers.

For 2021 the WFIPP has selected 13 themes that are reflected in the poignant images to accompany the toolkit. And new this year, a series of daily webinars with prominent speakers from across the globe.

Clearly, the objective is to raise global awareness of such conditions and help remove stigmas and taboos via events, publications, press releases and the like. This with a view to providing a reliable and easily accessible forum for those seeking information, aligned with dedicated themed webinars

WFIPP trusts you will use the toolkit to the full and asks you/your organization in turn to hold as many events as possible to promote WCW 2021.

After all, bladder weakness alone affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 10 men and is more common than hay fever.
So the message is simple: let’s get out there and ‘do something’ to ensure the success of WCW 2021.

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