Meeting of the Waters

CoNSA Vic/Tas is once again presenting Meeting of the Waters

When: 8.00 am to 3.15 pm AEST, Saturday 19 Jun 2021

Location: Online only - See 3 Jun 2021update below

Presenters include: Ass. Prof. Sebastian King, Iffy Middleton RN, Urologist Paul Manaha

More details on the Flyer  



The CoNSA and VUNS Education sub-committee responsible for organising Meeting of the Waters have made the difficult decision to go totally online for the upcoming event. This is in direct response to the recent COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria, subsequent lockdown, and uncertainty regarding the extension of restrictions. Therefore we will no longer be running the face-to-face component of the education day, but the online component will continue. Those members registered to attend in person will have their registration transferred to the online platform and will be sent the access link prior to the event. The cost to attend online is the same as face-to-face.

If you have any questions, please email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and a committee member will respond as promptly as possible.

If you have not yet registered to attend you can do so via the following Link 

ICS 2021

The International Continence Society is holding its 51st Annual Meeting in Melbourne.

ICS has postponed the 7th International Consultation on Incontinence (ICI), which will now take place at the Melbourne meeting.

Date: 12-15 Oct 2021.

Read more about ICS 51st Annual Meeting

Incontinence: The Engineering Challenge

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is holding its 13th conference live online.

'This collaborative effort of engineers, scientists, clinicians, industry, researchers, commercial designers/producers and product users helps solve the problems that people with incontinence and their caregivers face.'

Date: 16-17 Nov 2021.

The programmes for the last two events in this two-yearly series can be viewed here:

Incontinence: The Engineering Challenge XII   and   Incontinence: The Engineering Challenge XI

Read more about the Institution of Mechanical Engineers 13th conference Incontinence: The Engineering Challenge