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China, EAU to further expand collaborative meetings

The Chinese Urology Association (CUA) intends to further expand their participation in the Annual EAU Congress and hopes the closer ties between the CUA and the European Association of Urology (EAU) will lead to a more dynamic exchange of...
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British Association endorses EAU Guidelines at BAUS 2015

The British Association of Urological Surgeons has joined the long list of national societies who officially endorse the EAU’s Guidelines. The cooperation was finalised at BAUS 2015, the Association’s annual meeting, which was held in Manchester on 15-18 June....
Guidelines debate in favour of BCG maintenance

Guidelines debate in favour of BCG maintenance

Audience participation was an integral part of the Guidelines-dedicated Thematic Session 3 where the outcomes of pro and contra debates were revealed through voting. During the session Profs. Richard Sylvester (Brussels, BE) and George Thalmann (Berne, CH) discussed their...
Many thanks to those leaving the Guidelines Office

Many thanks to those leaving the Guidelines Office

Guidelines activities are ongoing throughout the year, but the Annual EAU Congress presents – aside from the presentation of two major guidelines publications – a convenient location and occasion to set up new expert panels, hand over tasks to...
EAU Guidelines: Continuous quality improvement programme

EAU Guidelines: Continuous quality improvement programme

The Guidelines Office of the EAU will be presenting a significant number of updates at the upcoming Annual Meeting in Paris. Three sessions will include presentations on guidelines, including Urinary Incontinence, Bladder Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Urolithiasis and Infections. The...
Guidelines Office at the EAU Annual Congress

Guidelines Office at the EAU Annual Congress

The session with Axel Merseburger drew great interest, and we think, very much endorsed the principle of assembling an ad hoc panel to look at an important topic from the unbiased and neutral position of assessing published evidence using...