At the 23rd International EAUN Meeting, the European School of Urology (ESU) will organise 2 courses. The courses are included in the EAUN programme and open to all EAUN delegates. However, if you register for the ESU courses separately you will receive a pre and post test by email.
Two 2-hour EAUN-ESU courses will be organised in Milan:
- Sunday, 12 March, The follow up of stone management
- Monday, 13 March, How to prevent UTI in patients with neurourological problems
The ESU courses are accessible for all EAUN delegates, but if you register for them separately (no fee applies) you will receive a pre and post test by email to test your knowledge.
The courses take place within the programme, and the CNE credits are also included in the credits on the EAUN23 certificate.
EAUN delegates can also register for ESU courses organised within the EAU Scientific Programme. Please check the EAU23 website for the course topics available in the Milan programme.
The certificates are available for download from the website after the congress. Your personal certificates can be accessed with your barcode or MyEAU log in details.
EAUN Members receive a MyCME/CNE account as benefit of their membership and the credits they gain at attended EAUN events will be registered automatically in their personal account. Members can log in to their account on the EU-ACME website.
More information on the full ESU programme
From the newest updates in urology, practical insights, core theoretical knowledge to best practices, the course programme of the European School of Urology (ESU) at the 38th Annual EAU Congress in Milan will this year encompass the full breadth of urology, providing expert knowledge and in-depth views on major topics and procedures.
The ESU aims to not only offer the insights of experienced mentors and faculty, but also ensure participants will get, first-hand, the best practices that are vital in offering optimal care to patients. At EAU23 47 courses in 17 areas are offered, ranging from Female Urology, Infections, Stones, Trauma, and Male LUTS to onco-urology to paediatric urology.
Visit the EAU23 website for detailed information on the ESU Courses.