Continence for Geriatricians
A One-Day Symposium for Trainees and Learners
New this year! The Canadian Geriatrics Society (CGS) is holding a Pre-Conference Course on Continence entitled Continence for Geriatricians on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, preceding the Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the CGS.
This one-day session is an initiative of the Continence Special Interest Group of the CGS, led by Dr. Adrian Wagg. Formal education in continence remains an unmet need for trainees in geriatric medicine and care of the elderly. The day will be comprised of a combination of didactic and case-based sessions allowing trainees to learn about physiology, pathophysiology, assessment and management of older people with urinary incontinence.
Registration is required for this course and it is free to attend. However, space is limited and it is anticipated that seats will fill up quickly! Registration is available to residents and fellows, medical students, allied health professionals and physicians. Please note, this is not an accredited educational program.
Financial support for this program has been provided in the form of an unrestricted educational grant from Pfizer Canada.