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

Every month, international key opinion leaders explain the latest urological developments in a concise presentation and give ample opportunities to interact and pose questions. All webinars will be recorded and can be reviewed at a later stage. Both advanced urologists as urologists in training can enjoy the webinars for free via desktop, tablet or mobile phone, anytime, anywhere.


Upcoming webinars

Surgical anatomy for laparoscopic and robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy and cystectomy

Mr. H.A.R. Qazi, London (GB)
Ms. J. Cresswell, Middlesbrough (GB)
Save the date: Tuesday, 14 July 2020
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European summer Time)

This course summarises anatomical considerations, and with the aid of diagrams, photographs and videos, helps you translate these into successful minimally invasive pelvic surgery. We take you through key steps for port placement, applied anatomy of the prostate and urinary bladder that will enable you to understand and perform prostate and bladder surgery, as well as pelvic lymphadenectomy.
We also apply anatomy to help you achieve good functional outcomes in pelvic surgery, especially continence and potency.
Finally, based on our significant experience, we will take you through possible pitfalls and how to avoid and overcome them in your practice.

Participation is free!

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Practical management of bladder cancer

Prof. J.A. Witjes, Nijmegen (NL)
Prof. B. Malavaud, Toulouse (FR)
Save the date: Thursday, 16 July 2020
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European Summer Time)

Practical management of non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC)
Prof. J.A. Witjes, Nijmegen (NL)

The main objective is to update your knowledge and to equip you with strategies when dealing with complications. This short virtual course will go through NMIBC diagnostic opportunities then proceed to some tips and tricks with regard to transurethral resection, including enhanced imaging and en-bloc resection. After this you will familiarise yourself with recommendations but also limitations of guideline, risk-adapted, intravesical treatment and some new modalities. These will be followed by potential problems during and after intravesical therapy, and strategies on how to prevent them.
Finally, the problem of abnormal cytology with a normal bladder is tackled.

Management and outcome in invasive and locally advanced bladder cancer
Prof. B. Malavaud, Toulouse (FR)

Participation is free!

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Management of BPO: From medical to surgical treatment, including setbacks and operative solutions (SOS)

Mr. V.A.C. Ramani, Manchester (GB)
Prof. S. Ahyai, Göttingen (DE)
Dr. T.R.W. Herrmann, Frauenfeld (CH)
Save the date: Monday, 27 July 2020
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European Time)

Is BPO a progressive disease?  Clinical aspects for best outcomes
V.A.C. Ramani, Manchester (GB)
Best practice guidelines in 2020 for Electrosurgery and Rezum
T.R.W. Herrmann, Frauenfeld (CH)
Best practice guidelines in 2020 for Lasers and Prostate Artery Embolisation
S. Ahyai, Göttingen (DE)

Participation is free!

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Percutaneous nephrolithotripsy (PCNL)

Prof. E. Liatsikos, Patras (GR)
Prof. T. Knoll, Sindelfingen (DE)
Dr. C.M. Scoffone, Turin (IT)
Save the date: Thursday, 30 July 2020
Time: 18:30 to 19:30 (Central European Time)

Aim of this course is to describe in detail the surgical techniques of all available treatment options in percutaneous surgery of renal stones. In addition, to tips and tricks aiming into improving the efficacy of the operation, the most common complications associated with the procedure will be reviewed focusing on their prevention and proper management.


  • Describe the basic percutaneous nephrolithotripsy techniques.
  • Provide tips to improve the efficacy of the operation.
  • Provide evidence on the comparison of percutaneous with ureteroscopic and extracorporeal treatment options; Which approach for which stone.
  • Describe associate complications including their management.

PNL – My way
E. Liatsikos, Patras (GR)
T. Knoll, Sindelfingen (DE)
C.M. Scoffone, Turin (IT)
PNL – Tips & tricks / Complication management and prevention
E. Liatsikos, Patras (GR)
Questions / Discussion

Participation is free!

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