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WOFAPS Web Meeting : Management of Urinary Incontinence
February 6, 2015 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
WOFAPS has been looking at innovative ways of reaching out to Paediatric Surgeons globally. We are delighted to announce the WOFAPS web meetings starting on 6th February 2015. We will bring you world experts in different paediatric surgical topics every month. You will be able to join the meeting from the comfort of your office, institution or home.
Professor Jean-Michel Guys Marseille, France will be presenting Management of Urinary Incontinence.
DATE: 6 February 2015
Time: 15:00 South African, 13:00 London, 08:00 New York, 18:30 New Delhi
Management of Urinary Incontinance
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1) Click on the link http://meeting.uct.ac.za/wofaps/
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Jean Michel GUYS is the chief of general paediatric surgery at the Timone hospital for sick children in Marseilles. He is the past president of the French Society of Paediatric Surgery (SFCP) and the past president of the European Paediatric Surgical Association (EUPSA).
His educational background included general paediatric surgery and urology training with Professor M. Carcassonne and G. Monfort (1974-1980) in Marseilles.
Graduated as Doctor in Medicine (1982) his scientific education was completed by several trainings as visiting doctor in Europe and in the North America from 1982 to 1990 ( H. Hendren, JS Randolph, F. Soave, N. Genton, DA Scott…).
He became Professor in paediatric surgery in 1990. His research interest is mainly the development of voiding function and the consequences of neurologic urinary tract dysfunction. Other fields of clinical interest include genital, anorectal malformations and digestive congenital diseases, malignant tumours. He is particularly involved in antenatal diagnosis as the referent consultant in urology for the children’s hospital in Marseilles. As president of the French Society of Paediatric Surgery (SFCP)and the European Pediatric Surgical Association he was involved in numerous national or international educational programs. He has been the chairman of the Educational Office of the European Surgical Paediatric Association for 6 years.
He is a reviewer for many journals of paediatric surgery (JPS, EJPS, the Journal of Urology, the Journal of paediatric urology…) He published 4 books/monographs, 35 chapters in textbooks, more than 140 articles in peer reviewed journals and presented 310 papers at international scientific meetings.
He is member of International learned medical and scientific societies: BAPS, ESPU, AAP, EUPSA… and honorary member and real friend of numerous scientific societies around the Mediterranean.