Venue Marriott Berlin
Inge-Beisheim-Platz 1, Berlin, 10785, Germany Tel: +49 30 220000
About Berlin Berlin is one of Europe’s leading cosmopolitan centres and is a city on the cutting edge that has often been in the spotlight on the world stage over the past 100 years. Registration
Berlin has always impressed visitors with its diversity
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of museums, palaces and historic ediﬁ ces. Its’ historic
signiﬁ cance as a former royal residence comes alive on
almost every corner, especially in the eastern part of the city.
One of the most important historic monuments and
• Coffee Breaks as scheduled in the course programme
infamous symbols of the city is the remains of the
barrier built in 1961 which became known as the Berlin
• Invitation to the Welcome Reception on Friday, 4 July
Wall. This wall divided the city into two parts - East and West. The Berlin Wall was dismantled in 1989,
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once again reuniting East and West Germany. Although
the wall has come down, the differences between the
utilitarian East and decadent West are still apparent.
Berlin is a mixture of both modern and ancient architecture
• Coffee Breaks as scheduled in the course programme
• Invitation to the Welcome Reception on Friday, 4 July • Lunch on Friday, 4 July
• Two night’s accommodation in a single room, on a
Lectures and presentations will be given in English.
bed and breakfast basis at the Marriott Berlin Hotel (Course venue) for the nights of Thursday, July 3 and
Friday, July 4. Spaces are very limited.
The Berlin climate is continental with hot summers. July and August are the warmest times with average temperatures of
• Spaces are limited and registration is on a ﬁ rst-come,
ﬁ rst served basis so please register early.
• Registration on-site is subject to availability.
The ICS Educational Course, Berlin is currently being
• All registration payments (including onsite) should be
accredited for Continuous Medical Education (CME) by
various associations. Further details on accreditation will follow.
Cancellation policy: Dress Code
Cancellations received before Sunday, 1 June, 2008 – full refund minus €50 handling charge
Cancellations received after Monday, 2 June, 2008 –
Please check with your nearest German Consulate for
To register please visit: www.icsofﬁ ce.og
ICS Educational Courses are heavily subsidised by the ICS
more details concerning visa regulations applying to your
For further information about registration and
and are aimed at young doctors, allied health professionals
citizenship. Should you require invitation letters or further
accommodation please contact: [email protected]
and scientists who may be unable to attend the ICS Annual
Educational Course information in order to assist in your application for a visa, please do contact the secretariat at
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Behavioural Approaches to Treatment of Urinary
Side effects in Anti-Muscarinics - what matters?
Prof Werner Schaefer, USA (Education Committee Chair)
09:05 Aims & Objectives of this Education Course
Schaefer Kathryn Burgio Matthias 09:15 – 10:45 Session 1 – Standards, Flow & Main Stream Werner Schaefer
Darifenacin, Fesoterodine, Oxybutynin, Propiverine
Dynamic Rehabilitative Ultrasound: Assessment
of Pelvic Floor Function and Application as a
John Heesakkers, Juergen Pannek & Mark Goepel Bärbel Junginger John Heesakkers
Conservative Treatment of Post-Prostatectomy
Heßdörfer Werner Schaefer Patricia Goode Madersbacher
Mrs Marijke C Ph Slieker-ten Hove, The Netherlands
Botulinum in Urology – where are we today?
Schahnaz Alloussi, John Heesakkers, Daniele 11:15 – 12:45 15:45 – 17:00 Perucchini, Stefan Madersbacher Session 2 – Anatomy, Pathology and Treatment of the Session 4 – Neuromodulation and Neurogenic Bladder Posterior Compartment Heesakkers 10:45 – 12:00 John DeLancey Session 6 – Mixed Incontinence, Diagnosis and Treatment Annett Gauruder-Burmester Ursula Peschers Heesakkers Perucchini
Neurostimulation for Control of the Neurogenic
Treatment Strategies (Conservative, Pharmacologic
Kaven Baessler Michael Craggs Elke Heßdörfer & Gunnar Lose Ralf Tunn
Conservative Management of Neurogenic Bladder
Therapy of SUI with Duloxetin – the European
17:00 Recent Advances in Surgical Management of PPI,
Surgical Outcome and Patient Satisfaction
Ajay Singla & Mark Goepel 12:55 - 13:00 Closing Remarks
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