NUGA Conference 2021 – update
- Så lykkedes det at arrangere et NUGA webinar, som erstatning for det udskudte NUGA Møde som skulle have fundet sted i Oslo januar 2021.
- NUGA mødet (fysisk) er udskudt til 3-5. februar 2022 i Oslo.
- Mødet transmitteres live fra Clarion hotellet v lufthavnen for at optimere kvaliteten i transmissionen. Se vedhæftede program.
- NUGA web program
- Det er gratis at tilmelde sig, og det kan gøres allerede nu.
- HUSK at ønske fri så I kan være tilstede v webinaret.
The 32nd Bi-Annual Meeting of the Nordic Urogynecological Association (NUGA) has been postponed to
3 – 5 February 2022 in Oslo, Norway.
NUGA is a none profit committee of urogynecologists from all Nordic countries. The purpose of NUGA is to organize and plan bi-annual meetings in the Nordic countries for urogynecologists and other healthcare workers emphasising the latest updates in the field of urology and urogynecology. Our purpose is also to give young scientists the opportunity to present their work. The profits of the meetings is used to give out Research Grants and prizes (e.g. prize for best abstract and Ulmsten prize for the most promising young scientist).
The meeting attendees will predominantly be gynaecologists and urogynecologists treating female patients with urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse on a daily basis, but we also expect a number of urologists, general practitioners, continence nurses, and other allied health workers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Topics of this meeting will include: diagnosis, conservative, pharmacological and surgical treatment of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, as well as related aspects of pelvic floor function and dysfunction. New original research will be presented including relevant dissertations and submitted abstracts.
With our best regards
|Rune Svenningsen (NO) MD, PhD|
|Mette Hornum Bing (DK) MD, PhD|
|Kristin Jonsdottir (IS) MD|
|Kirsi Kuismanen (FI) MD, PhD|
|Riffat Cheema (SE) MD, PhD|
The meeting attendees will predominantly be gynaecologists and urogynecologists treating female patients with urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse on a daily basis, but we also expect a number of urologists, general practitioners, continence nurses, and other allied health workers from Norway, Finland, Iceland, Denmark and Sweden.