Programme

Day 1 - Thursday 22 September 2016

08:40
Opening exhibition & welcome coffee
Exhibition
09:00
Official opening
Main auditorium
09:10
Opening lecture
Main auditorium
09:10
Should slings and meshes be gone, what will be next in clinic – stem cells and tissue engineering for reconstruction?
Main auditorium
09:40
Challenging patient populations
Main auditorium
09:40
Women in pain – how can we help?
Main auditorium
10:00
Chronic obstipation, obesity and diabetes, should we get worried for our patients with OAB?
Main auditorium
10:15
Don’t forget how we can manage incontinence in dementia
Main auditorium
10:35
11:05
Coffee break & poster viewing
Exhibition
11:35
Industry-sponsored symposium
Main auditorium
12:35
LUTD highlights 2016
Main auditorium
12:35
Male & female urology
Main auditorium
12:55
Lunch break & poster viewing
Exhibition
13:55
Multidisciplinary thinking in functional urology
Main auditorium
13:55
No stress for SUI surgery – troubleshooting and practical guide
Main auditorium
14:15
The ban of meshes for POP: did we overreact, do we need to ‘wait’?
Main auditorium
14:30
Sphincters for urinary and faecal incontinence – how do we close up?
Main auditorium
14:50
Work the pelvic floor for improving SUI – true or false?
Main auditorium
15:05
Open forum
Main auditorium
15:35
Coffee break & poster viewing
Exhibition
16:05
Sponsored lecture
Main auditorium
16:35
Best abstract session
Main auditorium
17:05
Moderated surgical video session: tips & tricks
Main auditorium
18:05
Congress reception
Exhibition
19:00
End of day
Exhibition

Day 2 - Friday 23 September 2016

08:00
Opening exhibition & welcome coffee
Exhibition
08:30
Welcome
Main auditorium
08:40
State-of-the-art lecture
Main auditorium
08:40
Wake up: nocturia
Main auditorium
09:10
Getting to the bottom
Main auditorium
09:10
Botulinum toxin: what happens to the failures?
Main auditorium
09:25
When do we have green light for urinary diversion for functional urological problems?
Main auditorium
09:40
PVR and urinary retention – how much PVR can we tolerate?
Main auditorium
10:00
10:30
Coffee break & poster viewing
Exhibition
11:00
My patient has Parkinson, BPH and refractory LUTS. Shall I do a TURP? (EAU/ESFFU session)
Main auditorium
11:20
Round table: How should we manage incontinence after radical prostatectomy (EAU/ESFFU session)
Main auditorium
11:20
Set the scene
Main auditorium
11:30
Artificial Urinary Sphincter: the gold standard
Main auditorium
11:40
The challengers: male slings
Main auditorium
11:50
The challengers: ProAct balloons
Main auditorium
12:00
Clinical cases
Main auditorium
12:20
Lunch break & poster viewing
Exhibition
13:20
Prostate surgery close-up
Main auditorium
13:20
Obstructed men: how many prostate grams should we resect?
Main auditorium
13:35
I got a TURP and still cannot pass urine – what now?
Main auditorium
13:55
How can sexuality be preserved after TURP?
Main auditorium
14:15
One down, one more to go…LUTS after RP or RT
Main auditorium
14:30
Open forum
Main auditorium
15:00
Learning from each other
Main auditorium
15:00
Endometriosis – what urologists need to know from gynaecologists
Main auditorium
15:15
20 years of collaboration between urologists and gynaecologists – what did we learn?
Main auditorium
15:30
Open forum
Main auditorium
16:00
Take home messages and farewell
Main auditorium
16:05
End of day
Main auditorium
  • Keynote lecture
  • Clinical case discussions
  • Faculty Q&A
  • Panel discussion