Welcome to the Swiss Continence FoundationThe Swiss Continence Foundation is a non-profit organisation founded in April 2011 aiming to support and advance research in neuro-urology and functional urology and to distribute knowledge in these specialities by promoting high quality, specialised training and educational events.
The long-term goal of the Swiss Continence Foundation is to see considerable improvement in both the quality of patient care and the patients’ quality of life. Furthermore, the Foundation’s support in high quality, advanced training and education in the field of neuro-urology and functional urology is key in facilitating the distribution of knowledge gained from science and research to physicians, nursing specialists and the interested public.
We hope to have kindled your interest in the Foundation and its work and that you enjoy exploring our website. If you would like to support the work of the Foundation, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.
5th International Neuro-Urology Meeting 2017Dear friends and colleagues, ladies and gentlemen
It is our great honour and pleasure to invite you to attend the 5th International Neuro-Urology Meeting, to be held in Zürich, Switzerland, from 25-28 January 2017.
We are proud to announce that the International Neuro-Urology Meeting will now be the official annual congress of the International Neuro-Urology Society (INUS), a charitable, non-profit organisation aiming to promote all areas of Neuro-Urology at a global level and whose inauguration was inspired during the last International Neuro-Urology Meetings.
Please find the current meeting programme below as pdf-file for download. For online registration please follow the link below.
We are vey much looking forward to seeing you in Zürich.
Thomas M. Kessler and Ulrich Mehnert
Photogallery of the 4th INUM 2015more
BJU InternationalBJU International is now the official journal of the Swiss Continence Foundation.
Read the neuro-urology supplement of the Swiss Continence Foundation published in BJUI here: