WFIPP is organizing the following events in 2021/2022
1. Webinar in France – 4th quarter 2021
2. A Workshop in Amsterdam, which will take place during the EAU congress from 18-21 March 2022
3. An International Multistakeholder Workshop for the Nordic Countries together with Tampere University in Finland, which will take place on 25-26 April 2022. The topic of this workshop is “Technologies and Infrastructures of Sustainable Continence Care”.
4. The International Summit in either Warsaw or Barcelona, which will take place during the World Continence Week 2022 from 20-26 June 2022
WFIPP is organizing An International Multistakeholder Workshop together with the Tampere University on 25-26 April 2022 in Tampere, Finland.
Topic will be: Technologies and Infrastructures of Sustainable Continence Care.
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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Meeting ID: 862 1142 1161
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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
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