During the 35th Annual EAU Congress, the “Exhibition Booths” and “Industry Sessions” related to “prescription-only medicines” are only accessible to certified healthcare professionals, qualified to prescribe medicines and pharmacists. Based on information provided by the registering party, the EAU will indicate on the congress badges if the bearer has accreditation to access the “Exhibition Booths” and “Industry Sessions” related to prescription-only medicines. The accredited delegates will have the letter “P” on their badges. It is the responsibility of the registering party to provide correct information and the EAU holds no responsibility with regards to the information provided. This measure is in accordance with the national and international pharmaceutical guidelines.
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Around 25 abstracts will be presented during the EAUN meeting in Amsterdam in two poster sessions, an expert-guided poster tour and a video session. The EAU20 Poster USB will be distributed to all congress delegates in the exhibition area or in the congress bag. All abstracts will also be available online and through the congress App.
For the 21st EAUN Meeting scientific programme (and for the hands-on training on Friday) we will apply for accreditation by the Accrediting Agency of the Quality Register Nurses & Nurse Assistants and the Register of Health Care Professionals (Accreditatiebureau Kwaliteitsregister V&V en Register Zorgprofessionals) and the Accrediting Agency of the Specialist Nurses Register (Accreditatiebureau Verpleegkundig Specialisten Register) both in the Netherlands. Total points for the 3-day meeting are expected to be: 16 points.
The four best posters of the Poster Sessions can be viewed in the Resource Centre after the meeting, if a poster PDF has been submitted to the EAUN before the start of the annual meeting.
Certificate of Attendance
A Certificate of Attendance for EAUN20 can be printed as of Wednesday, 25 March 2020. You will need your registration number (below the barcode on your badge) to print the certificate.
Chairing a session
Locate your session room in time. Please be in your session room at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the session. Kindly note that:
- Speakers should strictly observe timing.
- Discussants should first clearly state their name, institution and country of origin.
If a question is being asked, please note that the delegate should first clearly state his/her name, institution and country of origin.
The EAU Booth in the Exhibition Hall consists of the following corners: EAU and EAUN Membership, EBU, EU-ACME, Patient Information, Young Urologists, European Urological Scholarship Programme, Research Foundation, eUROGEN and the EAU Historical Exhibition. There is also information on European Urology and on other EAU publications.
The EAU Membership Corner provides information on membership status and membership benefits. Non-members are welcome to visit the EAU Booth for further information and to apply for EAUN Membership.
Information on EAUN activities (fellowships, courses, guidelines) and EAUN membership can be obtained at the EAUN Booth.
An extensive technical exhibition will be held during EAU20. The exhibition, open to technical equipment manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and scientific publishers, will officially open on Saturday, 21 March at 09.30. This exhibition is one of the premier events worldwide for showcasing new and established products as well as cutting-edge medical technology. High-profile companies , as well as small innovative businesses, join the exhibition – offering insights and opening the doors onto the world of modern urology.
Exhibition booths and Industry Sessions related to prescription-only medicines are only accessible to certified healthcare professionals qualified to prescribe medicines. EAUN delegates can indicate during registration whether they are qualified to precribe medicines. This is indicated on their badge with a letter ‘P’.
All presentation slides, abstracts, posters and videos will be posted in the EAUN20 Resource Centre at: eaun20.org/rc, provided there is permission from the presenter. The statements and the opinions featured in the presentations are solely those of the individual presenters and not of the EAUN.
Presenting a poster
Posters must be put up in the room 15 minutes prior to the start of the session. The poster boards are numbered and your poster should be mounted on the board which corresponds with your abstract number.
Pushpins are available in the session room. Please remove your poster immediately at the end of the session. A maximum of 6 PowerPoint slides (including a title and conflict of interest slide) are allowed during poster presentations.
Disclose links to the industry: The EAUN Scientific Congress Office requests that you disclose to the audience any links you may have with the industry related to the topic of your lecture at the beginning of your session. A link can be: Being a member of an advisory board or having a consultancy agreement with a specific company.
All scientific content of the congress such as abstracts, posters, videos and slides will be available online in the Resource Centre. Access the Resource Centre on the EAUN20 website using your congress registration login (MyEAU), your EAU member login (MyEAU) or the barcode number on your congress badge (type the number without the *).
We are using social media at the congress to encourage an open discussion on urology science and experiences at the congress. EAUN congress speakers, opinion leaders, delegates and media share their ideas, commentary and photos on Facebook and Twitter. You can follow the EAUN on Facebook via www.facebook.com/eaunpage, Twitter via @EAUNurses and Instagram via @uroweb. Use #EAUN20 to discuss the Congress, and join the conversation!