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Twitter, the EULIS Meeting and the EAU

Twitter, the EULIS Meeting and the EAU

The 1st EAU Section of Urolithiasis meeting marks a shift in reporting from urology-related meetings. In addition to this specialised newsletter and the regular contributions from EULIS to European Urology Today, a live report was made from the meeting...
What is “multidisciplinary” for the EAU, ESTRO and ESMO?

What is “multidisciplinary” for the EAU, ESTRO and ESMO?

The 3rd European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers is a unique event. It creates numerous opportunities to build bridges across disciplines and streamline scientific communication between affiliated specialties. This is of vital importance, because the success of a multidisciplinary...
Editorial by Keith Parsons

Editorial by Keith Parsons

We hope that EAU members will have had the opportunity to see the latest edition of European Urology Today (EUT), of which the front page carried a major article by our Guidelines Office Associate, Tom Madden. Tom produced a...
From basic science to the clinic

From basic science to the clinic

Translational research is one of the most discussed topics in the scientific community: it harbours great potential and promises exciting opportunities, both for further research and clinical application. This year’s 3rd Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers (EMUC) will hold...
Professor Schmid leaves Prostate Cancer panel after 13 years

Professor Schmid leaves Prostate Cancer panel after 13 years

After 13 years as an active member of the Prostate Cancer guidelines panel, professor Hans-Peter Schmid decided to step back. His dedication and experience in the field of prostate cancer greatly contributed to the numerous successful publications of this...
The ESTRO update: prostate cancer today and tomorrow

The ESTRO update: prostate cancer today and tomorrow

During the joint ESTRO-EAU session held at the ESTRO 30th Anniversary Congress in London, two plenary sessions aimed to cover some of the most pressing and controversial issues of prostate cancer management. What is the evidence-based that is being...
Update on EONS Prostate Cancer Education Project

Update on EONS Prostate Cancer Education Project

In a European context there is currently a lack of evidence on what type of education is needed for nurses and doctors in relation to prostate cancer. Similarly there is more to learn about nurses working in different settings...