Urologists, Oncologists and Radiologists convened on Lisbon from 13-16 November, 2014. Get an impression of the 6th European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers!
What can you expect from the 30th Anniversary EAU Congress? Secretary General-Elect Prof. Chris Chapple outlines the highlights.
Interested in all the latest on Robotic Urology? Come to ERUS 2015 in Bilbao. For more information on registration and abstract submission, keep an eye on: erus2015.uroweb.org/
Dr. Briganti and Prof. Stenzl explain what goes into developing a comprehensive scientific programme for the EAU’s Annual Congress.
Looking back on a successful ERUS 2014! The EAU Robotic Urology Section had its annual meeting in Amsterdam from 17-19 September, 2014. This video looks back at some of the highlights, including live surgery, training and education.
In this interview, Prof. Davila discusses the results of the latest study conduced by the CAU. Interesting outcomes, inspiring conclusions.
In this interview EORTC’s current president talks about the current developments in the field of onco-urological trials. He stresses the need for a qualitative change in the way trials are designed to atteact practicing urologists to participate and offers examples of how this is already being done.
In this informative AUA lecture, Prof. Burnett addresses some of the most important concequences of urological surgery.
Check out this great interview with Declan Murphy, who talks (quite seriously) about his presentation about the outcomes of RARP in an Australian study, and then (quite inspiringly) about the use of social media in urology.
Prof. Van Poppel’s view on the use of the robot in the treatment of high-risk PCa patients is very articulate! A great response to the great interview with Dr. Declan Murphy
In this interview, Mr. Thiruchelvam addresses the reality that many patients have to face when using a catheter: from the physical impact of blockages and infections to the heavy psychological burden that this common urological procedure may present.
The chairman of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging talks about the highlights of a dedicated session and the increasing role of imaging in urology.