For the next stage in your career, we offer you resident programmes and activities designed with future leaders in urology in mind. Since one's healthcare education never truly ends, we are here to help you further develop your knowledge and skills. To advance your career also means tapping into your network. Expand yours and connect via our resident programmes and activities as well.
The European Urology Residents Education Programme (EUREP) is a reputable in-demand programme for final-year residents. The EUREP is comprised of modules focused on the fundamentals of urology, as well as, hands-on training where you polish your skills on procedures such as laparoscopy, transurethral resection, and ureteroscopy using state-of-the-art equipment. At EUREP, you can also test your know-how through the European Basic Laparoscopic Urological Skills (E-BLUS), Endoscopic Stone Treatment step 1 – basic (EST-s1), and European Board of Urology (EBU) exams.
ART in Flexible
The ART in Flexible (AiF) meeting was developed to provide 3rd-year residents with practical updates on instruments, handling, and techniques on minimally-invasive approaches in the treatment of urolithiasis. The AiF programme is divided into 3 steps. The first 2 steps are combined with the Endoscopic Stone Treatment step 1 – basic (ESTs1) exam and an introduction to ESTs2 both of which will take place during the meeting. The top participants will receive the invitation to join ESTs3.
UROONCO Prostate Cancer
For the best-curated content on prostate cancer, explore UROONCO Prostate Cancer for trial updates, access to dedicated EAU Guidelines, educational activities, events, and more.
UROONCO Bladder Cancer
Access valuable resources on bladder cancer: enjoy the latest Article of the Month, get updates on ongoing trials, and elevate your knowledge via the dedicated EAU Guidelines. These and more at UROONCO Bladder Cancer.
UROONCO Kidney Cancer
UROONCO Kidney Cancer offers a comprehensive compilation of editorials, exclusive interviews with experts, learning resources, the latest EAU Guidelines, and other relevant resources on kidney cancer.
Expect novel science, discussions on controversies in treating male lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), relevant changes in clinical practice, and top recommendations by experts via UROLUTS.
The European Society of Residents in Urology (ESRU) champions and supports the training and education of residents. The ESRU undertakes several projects and events for knowledge exchange such as YUORday at the Annual EAU Congress and European Urology Residents Education Programme (EUREP). As scientific publications and abstracts are important pillars of the ESRU, several publications are initiated then disseminated.