Early discussions are taking place to organize a conference and workshop for the Nordic Countries to take place at the end of April 2022.
Subject will be Sustainable Continence Care.
More details will follow.Read more
Webinar 5 – Friday 25th June, 15:30 PM CET
Latest Developments in the Management of Chronic Pelvic Pain with Bert Messelink, Jandra Mueller and Professor Amanda Williams
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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.
If you were unable to attend the WFIPP Amsterdam workshop of last Monday 30th November or if you want to watch it again, just click on this link to watch the ‘on demand’ version.Read more
WFIPP is pleased to announce that the postponed World Continence Week 2020 will now take place in the week November 16-22, 2020, to coincide with the International Continence Society (ICS) 2020 online Annual Meeting.Read more
If you were unable to attend the webinar of last Monday, please find a link for the recorded session here.Read more
Virtual pre-meeting for WFIPP Central and Eastern European countries. The actual (physical) roundtable will now take place in Spring 2021Read more
Yesterday was the final day of the WFIPP virtual World Continence Week 2020.Read more
Steering Committee of Experts meet for the first time in this dedicated online workshop organized by the partnering web company INNUORead more
WFIP is delighted to announce that this year we will celebrate our first ever multistakeholder WFIP FORUM in Europe.Read more
People with incontinence symptoms are not alone. Bladder control problems, including Overactive Bladder, are treatable conditions and symptoms are manageable.Read more