About PPCS

The 18th PPCS Meeting

Organized by:

Japanese Continence Society (JCS)

Taiwanese Continence Society (TCS)

Korean Continence Society (KCS)

Chinese Continence Society (CCS)

Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ)

Indonesian Continence Society (InaCS)

International Organizing Committee

Satoru Takahashi, M.D.

Nihon University

Noritoshi Sekido, M.D.

Toho University O hashi Medical Center

Naoya Masumori, M.D.

Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine

Jang Hwan Kim, M.D.

Yonsei University

Dae Kyung Kim, M.D.

Eulji University

Jong Bo Choi, M.D.

Ajou University

Hang-Chorng Kuo, M.D.

Tzu-Chi Hospital and Tzu-Chi University

Yao-Chi Chuang, M.D.

Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

Chun-Hou Liao, M.D.

Cardinal Tien Hospital and Fujen University

Wang Jianye, M.D.

Beijing Hospital

Liao Limin, M.D.

Beijing Boai Hospital

XU Kexin, M.D.

Peking University People's Hospital

Vincent Tse, M.D.

University of Sydney and Macquarie University

Harrina Erlianti Rahardjo, M.D.

Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital

Fina Widia, M.D

Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital

Local Organizing Committee

Program at Glance

Program at Glance

Scientific Schedule



State of the art lectures are presentations delivered by experts that provide the most current and highest level of knowledge in a particular field. Given by members from different countries, these lectures can showcase the latest advancements, research findings, and innovative practices as they are applied or developed in their respective countries

During the urogynecology session, there will be a total of five selected lectures and discussions. In the field of medical rehabilitation, two lectures are scheduled. These lectures will include both pre-determined invited speakers and representatives from a few member countries of the PPCS. Each lecture will be approximately 20 minutes in duration, followed by a discussion session

The lecture session would highlight the collaboration between the Urological Association of Asia (UAA), the International Continence Society (ICS), the International Neuro-Urology Society (INUS), and the Pan-Pacific Continence Society (PPCS) to present the latest advancements in urological care. It would emphasize the importance of the PPCS in promoting education and research in continence and urological care and its role in improving the quality of life for patients with continence and urology problems.

We are thrilled to announce a joint session with The Indonesian Society of Oncological Urology (InaSOU) and the American Urological Association (AUA), focusing on a critical topic in urology: prostate cancer. This collaborative session aims to provide an in-depth exploration of the latest advancements, challenges, and treatment modalities related to prostate cancer.

We have organized three interactive sessions, each containing several survey questions for members to vote online. Through these interactive sessions, we aim to reflect on various clinical experiences across different countries on the respective topics. The voting results will be revealed and discussed during the conference’s interactive session

A Young Generation Forum is an event specifically designed to engage young urologists, typically those in the early stages of their careers. This type of forum serves as a platform for networking, knowledge exchange, and professional development tailored to the unique needs and perspectives of younger medical professionals. Please designate two young urologists to represent your country at the Young Generation Forum.

Call For Papers

Submission Guideline for Paper (Abstract)

  • The abstract should be no more than 1.000 words (excluding title), with a maximum of 2 (two) references
  • The submission file should be prepared in Microsoft Word document file format (doc or docx)
  • Written in Arial font, 12 pt. in size
  • The abstract should include:
    • Title
    • Authors and institution (affiliation)
    • Materials and methods
    • Results
    • Conclusion
    • Table and figure (if applicable) with caption
    • Proof of ethical approval letter (including patients' informed consent if applicable)
  • Format the abstract file to fit in two pages of A4 (including table or figure attached)
  • Please underline the name of the presenter and provide a phone number and e-mail for correspondence
  • Any submission requires disclosure of funding sources and must include a conflict-of-interest disclosure statement
  • Submission deadline: June 30th, 2024

Official Language: English

Submission: uaa2024@pharma-pro.com

Paper Types

  • Podium: 3 each from 6 countries
  • Moderated Poster: 30 posters; 5 from each country
  • Non-moderated Poster: Number of submission not limited
Podium Moderated Poster Non-moderated Poster
Korea 3 Min. 5 Unlimited
Japan 3 Min. 5 Unlimited
Taiwan 3 Min. 5 Unlimited
China 3 Min. 5 Unlimited
Australia/New Zealand 3 Min. 5 Unlimited
Indonesia 3 Min. 5 Unlimited

Submission Types

Moderated Poster
  • The time allocated for one presentation is 7 minutes, and the remaining 3 minutes are allotted for discussion
  • The time allocated for a presentation is 7 minutes, and the remaining 3 minutes are allotted for discussion.
  • There is no maximum limit on the number of slides allowed for this presentation
Interactive Session
  • Topics for the interactive sessions at PPCS 2024 are as follows
    • Detrusor underactive
    • Stress urinary incontinence
    • Neurogenic lower urinary tract disorder (NLUTD)
  • The link for online voting will be provided shortly
Young Generation Forum

Selection Criteria

  • Aged 40 and below or those with a young mind.
  • Three people from each country
  • Please prepare a PowerPoint presentation for your selfintroduction (template will)