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Introducing the Young Academic Urologists Working Party

Introducing the Young Academic Urologists Working Party

It is a pleasure to introduce an exciting group within one of the offices of the EAU: the Young Academic Urologists Working Party (YAUWP), which is part of the Young Urologist Office (YUO) and founded in close cooperation with...
"EAU: Guarding the quality of science and education"

“EAU: Guarding the quality of science and education”

Leading up to Paris, we asked EAU Secretary General Prof. Per-Anders Abrahamsson about the 27th Annual Congress, the EAU’s communications strategy and the EAU’s ambitions in general. 1.    For the 27th Annual EAU Congress from 24 – 28 February...
New diagnostic techniques for PCa, updates in bladder and kidney cancers

New diagnostic techniques for PCa, updates in bladder and kidney cancers

At the 27th Annual EAU Congress in Paris, international urological cancer experts will examine the latest treatment and research findings. From innovative diagnostic procedures, novel treatment options for bladder and prostate cancers, minimal invasive surgery to combination therapies for...
ESU programme: trends in science and practice

ESU programme: trends in science and practice

At the 27th Annual EAU Congress in Paris, the Education Office of the EAU has scheduled numerous courses for continuous medical education. By revising the courses and recruiting new faculty members, the European School of Urology (ESU) aims to...
Full-text abstracts now online for members

Full-text abstracts now online for members

EAU members now have access to the full-text versions of the abstracts that will be presented at the 27th Annual EAU Congress. They can be found on Uroweb, as well as in the EAU Congress App. The abstracts are...
Introducing the EAU Resource Centre

Introducing the EAU Resource Centre

The 27th Annual EAU Congress marks the launch of the EAU Resource Centre: a new web portal designed to deliver contents like presentations, webcasts, abstracts and posters to urologists. The flexibility of the internet will be used to give...
EAU Guidelines: Continuous quality improvement programme

EAU Guidelines: Continuous quality improvement programme

The Guidelines Office of the EAU will be presenting a significant number of updates at the upcoming Annual Meeting in Paris. Three sessions will include presentations on guidelines, including Urinary Incontinence, Bladder Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Urolithiasis and Infections. The...
EAU Membership Office: An update

EAU Membership Office: An update

For the European Association of Urology the year 2011 was marked by continuous growth of membership. The EAU now counts over 16,000 members. With the goal to unite medical specialists from all over the world and provide a core...
Chemical exposure linked to sperm defects, says US study

Chemical exposure linked to sperm defects, says US study

Exposure to certain organochloride chemicals was associated with chromosomal abnormalities in the sperm, results of a cross-sectional US study showed. There was a significant trend of increasing incidence rate ratios (IRR) for increasing quartiles of exposure to dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (p,p’-DDE)...
9th ESAU: breaking barriers in science and knowledge-sharing

9th ESAU: breaking barriers in science and knowledge-sharing

On 10-12 November 2011, St. Petersburg, Russia, hosted the 9th Meeting of the Section of Andrological Urology (ESAU) of the European Association of Urology (EAU). The meeting was attended by specialists – practicing surgeons with an interest in andrology...
Only 41% of members actively collect CME credits

Only 41% of members actively collect CME credits

So far, more than 19,000 European urologists from 23 (inter)national urological societies have joined the EU-ACME programme. But despite figures, the total number of members who actively participate in the EU-ACME programme and collect CME/CPD credits totalled to 8,020...