Ulf Ulmsten Lecture: From Bench to Bedside in Pelvic Floor Surgery
Roundtable: OASIS – Prevention is better than cure?
State of the Art: Genital tract fistula as a global health indicator: from obstetric to iatrogenic, what is the strategy?
Video Session: Urinary incontinence surgery – What to do when things go wrong
State of the Art: Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery – what, when and by whom
New this year! Mini State of the Art lecture series
Julitta Josephine Kulea
New this year at the annual meeting, the Mini State of the Art Lectures will be held in every session and tie into the theme of that particular session. An additional value to the scientific content and educational experience during the annual meeting, attendees will benefit from the following industry leaders:
Phil Toozs-Hobson- Why Standardizing Reporting Matter – The ICHOM Collaborative
Michel Cosson – The Best Approach to Apical Surgery
Kaven Baessler – Uterine Prolapse: Passenger or Perpetrator?
Eckhard Petri – Avoiding Medico Legal Pitfalls in Urogynecology
Philip Toozs-Hobson – Why audit? Protecting patients and ourselves
Geoffrey Cundiff – Defining the Role of Mesh in POP Surgery: “Have We Yet to Identify the Source of Its Misuse?”.
Wael Agur – Scottish Report on tapes and mesh: A personal experience
Catherine A. Matthews – Robotic surgery in Urogynecology: will there ever be a benefit?
Peter Roos – Hormone Replacement Therapy dilemma in Urogynecology
John Lazarus – What’s important in adolescent childhood Urogynecology
Jan-Paul Roovers – Have mini slings come of age?
Aparna G. Hegde – Imaging in Urogynecology, does it make a difference?
Jessica McKinney – Considerations for post-operative rehabilitation and physical activity in urogynecology
David J. Quinlan – Stem Cell: Using Stem in Urogynecology
Please note: Speakers and program subject to change without prior notice.