From the newest updates in urology and core theoretical knowledge to best practices, the ESU course programme encompasses over 50 top-quality, clinically-oriented courses.
The ESU not only offers the insights of experienced mentors and faculty, but also ensures participants will get the best practices that are vital in offering optimal care to patients first-hand. The faculty delivering the courses are assessed for their teaching skills and the course content they deliver. ESU courses are taught throughout the entire year: at national meetings, section meetings, and the Annual EAU Congress. Check the event calendar for up-to-date information on the exact timing and location of the courses.
During the 35th Annual EAU Congress (EAU20), taking place in Amsterdam from the 20th to the 24th of March 2020, you can follow the courses mentioned below for Continuing Medical Education (CME). When you click on a course you are interested in, you will be redirected to the scientific programme, where the timing and location of the course are indicated. To get the complete course information, please click here on the course again.
- How to proceed with hematuria
- Ultrasound in urology
- Update renal, bladder and prostate cancer guidelines 2020, what has changed?
- Updates and controversies: Incontinence, bladder / paediatric stones and male LUTS guidelines 2020: What has changed?
- Improving your communication and presentation skills
- How to write the introduction and methods
- How to write results and discussion
- Practical aspects of cancer pathology for urologists. The 2020 WHO novelties
- Renal transplantation: Technical aspects, diagnosis and management of early and late urological complications
- Management of BPO: From medical to surgical treatment, including setbacks and operative solutions (SOS)
Neurogenic and non-neurogenic voiding dysfunction
- Chronic pelvic pain in men and women
- Practical neuro-urology
- Lower urinary tract dysfunction and urodynamics
Penile and testicular cancer
- Robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy
- Retropubic radical prostatectomy – Tips, tricks and pitfalls
- Focal therapy in prostate cancer
- Prostate cancer imaging: When and how to use it
- Prostate cancer screening and active surveillance – Where are we now?
- Prostate biopsy: Tips and tricks
- Metastatic prostate cancer
- Oligometastatic prostate cancer
- Prostate cancer update: 2019-2020
- Surgery or radiotherapy for localised and locally advanced prostate cancer
- Prostate cancer challenges and controversies from guidelines to real-world
- Percutaneous nephrolithotripsy (PCNL)
- Update on stone disease
- Flexible ureterorenoscopy and retrograde intrarenal surgery: Instrumentation, technique, tips and tricks and indications
- Metabolic workup and non-surgical management of urinary stone disease
- Advanced endourology in the non-standard patients with urolithiasis
- Surgical anatomy for laparoscopic and robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy and cystectomy
- Laparoscopy for beginners
- Advanced course on upper tract laparoscopy: Kidney, ureteropelvic junction (UPJ), ureter and stones
- Peno-scrotology and basic lower urinary tract endoscopy – Questions you are scared to ask
- Prosthetic surgery in urology
- Lymphadenectomy in urological malignancies
- Practical tips for pelvic laparoscopic surgery: Cystectomy, radical prostatectomy adenomectomy and sacrocolpopexy
- Practical management of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC)
- How we manage upper tract tumours
- Robot-assisted laparoscopic radical cystectomy
- Management and outcome in invasive and locally advanced bladder cancer
- Nerve-sparing cystectomy and orthotopic bladder substitution. Surgical tricks and management of complications
- Perioperative immunotherapy and multidisciplinary management of localized genitourinary cancers