Webinars

During these online education webinars, leading experts explore current treatments and address controversies in various urological subspecialties.

Every week, you will receive current and relevant updates during our webinars. Expect nothing less than highly-informative presentations, courtesy of the European School of Urology, the EAU Sections and the Guidelines Office.

Join the webinars for free and accumulate CME credits. You can watch the webinars by using your PC, tablet or mobile phone.

  • You can find recordings of previously-held webinars here.
  • The recordings of the live webinars are converted into accredited e-courses from the ESU school. See the overview here.

 

Upcoming webinars

Bulbar urethral stricture management

Moderator
T.J. Greenwell, London (GB)
Presenters
F. Campos Juanatey, Santander (ES)
S.C. Morgenstern, Frankfurt am Main (DE)
M. Waterloos, Ghent (BE)
Save the date: Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European Summer Time)

Bulbar urethral strictures are the most common ‘type’ of urethral stricture disease affecting men of all ages and varying from simple to complex. This video-based webinar provides cutting edge evidence-based management for each type of bulbar stricture from three newly established experts in this field. By the end of the webinar, you will have knowledge of the options, techniques and outcomes for managing all types of bulbar urethral stricture (from short to long, primary or recurrent) in all types of patient (from young and fit, to old and unfit).

Dr. Marjan Waterloos (Ghent, BE) will discuss the endoscopic management of short bulbar strictures and show us when and how to perform non-transecting and transecting excision and primary anastomosis. Dr. Felix Campos Juanatey (Santander, ES) will similarly enlighten us on when and how to perform substitution single stage urethroplasty. Finally, Dr. Saskia Morgenstern (Frankfurt, DE) will show us how to manage the more complex urethral stricture and/or patients with stage urethroplasty or perineal urethrostomy.

Miss Tamsin Greenwell (London, GB) will moderate the webinar – ensuring plenty of time for audience interaction and an enjoyable learning experience.

At a glance
Available languages: English
Topic: Uro-genital reconstruction
CME: This webinar is accredited with 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) upon completion of the questionnaire after attending the live webinar
Duration: Approx. 60-90 minutes

Participation is free!

Register here

 

Robotic partial nephrectomy: The evolution of a technique

Moderator
A. Mottrie, Aalst (BE)
Presenters
B. Challacombe, London (GB)
C. Vaessen, Paris (FR)
Save the date: Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European Summer Time)

Robotic partial nephrectomy is the new standard in the treatment of localised RCC. This approach allows us to cure the patients while maximally sparing the renal function and this in a minimal invasive fashion. The technique is in constant evolution. In this course meant for advanced robotic surgeons, an update on novel robotic approaches, innovative technology as well as the treatment of advanced cases will be highlighted.

UROwebinar in collaboration with ERUS

At a glance
Available languages: English
Topic: Renal Tumour
CME: This webinar is accredited with 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) upon completion of the questionnaire after attending the live webinar
Duration: Approx. 60-90 minutes

Participation is free!

Register here

 

What’s new in male infertility?

Moderator
N. Sofikitis (GR)
Presenters
A. Giwercman (SE)
S. Minhas (GB)
A. Salonia (IT)
Save the date: Thursday, 29 April 2021
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European Summer Time)

In this UROwebinar, highly regarded experts of the EAU Section of Andrological Urology (ESAU) and the EAU Guidelines Office will share vital research and valuable insights on male infertility with you in detail. After this webinar, the participant will understand the role of sperm DNA fragmentation (SDF) as a functional assay in male fertility assessment. There is increasing evidence suggesting that SDF can predict the outcomes of assisted reproductive technology (ART). However, the indications from and cost-effectiveness of the assay remain controversial, even though there is now increasing evidence that SDF measurement should be utilised in the assessment of the infertile male. This webinar will provide evidenced-based indications for SDF measurement and its utility in clinical practice.

Administration of antioxidants that protect the sperm DNA integrity may improve the outcome of ART. The presence of oxidative stress in the epididymis of oligoasthenozoospermic males suggests that outcomes of ART using testicular spermatozoa may be superior. Finally, the panel will discuss whether microsurgical recovery of testicular spermatozoa represents the most optimal method for sperm acquisition in infertile men.

At a glance
Available languages: English
Topic: Andrology
CME: This webinar is accredited with 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) upon completion of the questionnaire after attending the live webinar
Duration: Approx. 60-90 minutes

Participation is free!

Register here

 

Recorded Webinars