Urology Week 2022
Every September, the EAU hosts Urology Week, an international campaign for increasing awareness of urological conditions and treatment. This year, Urology Week (26-30 September 2022) will focus its attention on blood in urine as an indicator for bladder cancer.
|Organiser||European Association of Urology|
|CME||To be approved|
Many people find discussing the color of their urine to be uncomfortable and don’t seek help or talk to a professional about their struggles. During urology week, we hope to educate the public about bladder cancer and encourage them to seek help if needed.
Urological national societies across Europe have already been invited to contribute to Urology Week 2022. Outside of the national societies, individuals can also contribute to increasing awareness during this week. You could host an event focusing on this condition in your clinical practice.
Support Urology Week on social media by creating your own posts or re-posting the EAU posts using #urologyweek. Doctors and patients may also submit a short text on their experience with early detection of bladder cancer.
We may place these stories on the official Urology Week website: urologyweek.org.
The 2022 awareness posters are available on the website, which you may download to help promote your activity.
Contact our organiser
European Association of Urology