It is with great pleasure and pride that our 2014 Annual Symposium Planning Committee welcomes you to Colorado Springs! We are excited to offer in-depth preconference topics as well as two full days of general and concurrent sessions focused on Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Disorders. Take advantage of the varied topics presented by expert colleagues in nursing, medicine, rehabilitation, and naturopathic health, which is reflective of the inter-professional nature of our work.
We are confident everyone will find sessions that challenge them and provide the latest updates, innovative strategies, and opportunities for discussions focused on adults and children, outpatient, inpatient, and extended care settings, pharmacology, advanced practice, and issues common to all. Research podium and poster sessions, time for networking, and opportunities to view and discuss new products and strategies with exhibitors is also an important part of the symposium experience.
While at this beautiful resort, we hope you take time to visit some of the wonderful sites and attractions that Colorado Springs has to offer such as: Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs and even the United States Olympic Training Center.
The symposium planning committee thanks you for joining us in Colorado Springs! Please make sure to take advantage of all the symposium has to offer, talk with us about your ideas for future conferences and have fun!
Christine Bradway, PhD, CRNP, FAAN
2014 Annual Symposium Planning Committee Chairperson
The purpose of the 2014 Annual Symposium is to provide evidence-based education with a specific focus on continence and pelvic floor health across the lifespan. An inter-professional approach will be utilized to provide opportunities for networking and address the most up-to-date clinical practice topics and emerging research.