The EAU is dedicated to communicating scientific information, promoting interest in the history of urology, and providing the latest news in the field. Our selection of (recurrent) publications enables us to do this.
The EAU Guidelines are the most-read clinical guidelines in urology. This annual publication is available in various formats.
- Full Guideline print – Extensive overview of the latest evidence-based recommendations on all major urological conditions
- Pocket print – Perfect for carrying around in the hospital or clinic
- App – Access the latest recommendations on your phone
- Online – Download the Guidelines on your computer or read them online
The EAU brings you the most important scientific research through its scientific journals.
- European Urology
European Urology is the official journal of the European Association of Urology (EAU) and has been a prestigious urological forum for over 35 years. The journal is currently read by more than 20,000 urologists across the globe. Despite our name, most readers come from beyond Europe. In 2014, more than 1 Million PDFs were downloaded and we received more than 1.5 Million website visits. In 2017, ISI Thomson Journal Citation Reports scored our Impact Factor as 18.728 (our 6-year Impact factor as 13.994).
- EU Focus
European Urology Focus (EU Focus) is a sister journal to European Urology and the second official publication of the European Association of Urology (EAU). EU Focus will be published 6 times per year in an electronic format. Each issue will include a series of invited, thematic reviews, together with original reports, correspondence and introductory editorials on a wide range of urological issues such as oncology, functional urology, reconstructive urology, laparoscopy, robotic surgery, endourology, female urology, andrology, paediatric urology and sexual medicine. EU Focus received its very first impact factor for 2019, starting off at 4.827
- EU Oncology
European Urology Oncology (EUO) is the first official publication of the EAU fully dedicated to the study of genitourinary malignancies. The journal aims to deliver high-quality research while implementing a multi-disciplinary approach to incorporate Urology, Medical Oncology, Radiation Therapy, Imaging, Pathology and Basic Research with the ultimate goal of advancing research in urological oncology and improving patient care.
EUO will include original articles, opinion piece editorials and invited reviews covering clinical, basic and translational research and it will be published six times a year in electronic format.
- European Urology Open Science
European Urology Open Science is the open-access journal of the European Urology family. It reflects the evolving publishing model so all published papers will have unrestricted access and be published online-only.
EUT is the official newsletter of the EAU. It is produced five times a year and is distributed to 10,000 addresses world-wide. Read the latest issue here:
Read the latest issue online: Volume 32 – No. 5 – Oct/Dec 2020
Previous editions can be read here.
European Urology Today Advertising Rate Card 2020
Download the Advertising Rate Card 2020 here. This document also includes the artwork specifications.
Along with scientific and news-related publications, the EAU runs several book series dedicated to the history of urology. The EAU History Office oversees the production of these unique publications, ensuring the quality and originality of texts and illustrations.
The EAU Classical Library series includes seven truly unique publications. They are based on an in-depth historical research of urology-related subjects, featuring ancient, medieval and modern texts – many of which have been translated into English for the very first time.
The EAU History Office publishes a series of monographs which examine the role of urology and urology-related phenomena in the world culture – literature, art, national customs and traditions.
Together with the International Consultation on Urological Diseases (ICUD), the EAU publishes an annual overview of a major urological condition.