20th European Urology
Residents Education Programme
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Dear future European urologists

On its second successful decade as a comprehensive course, the European Urology Residents Education Programme (EUREP) continues to be a reputable and educative programme for final-year residents.

Organised by the European School of Urology, EUREP is designed to offer a significant overview of urological topics with a high-degree of interaction and brainstorming. Its five modules consist of mornings reserved for state-of-the-art lectures and the afternoons for discussions, videos and test-your-knowledge sessions.

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Dr Evangelos Liatsikos

E. Liatsikos
Chairman ESU

Why you should attend this meeting

Extensive coverage

The EUREP programme is always wide-ranged and dynamic, covering almost the whole spectrum of urology in 6 intensive days; from onco-urology, functional urology, andrology, to paediatric urology.

Best practices and expert faculty

The internationally-known EUREP faculty will guide delegates in modules designed to enrich knowledge and skills, boost daily clinical practice, and address commonly-faced challenges.

Excellent career opportunities

EUREP opens new doors and possibilities for urology residents  that benefit their professional careers, and expand their connections.

News & Reports

European School of Urology on Twitter

What effect has the COVID-19 pandemic had on #KidneyTransplant programmes in Europe? Should we change protocols due to it? This scenario is addressed in the newest UROwebinar, moderated by @enriquelledoga1 and @AFSpinoit.
📅 31 May
⏰ 18.30-19.30 CEST
✍️ http://ow.ly/cSwT50JguRp

Some important messages from Prof. Lars Budaus, Prof. Georg Salomon and Dr. Jochen Walz during the first session of the 2nd day of #esuprostatebiopsy22 All lectures can be rewatched on our #urosource platform


Prof. @RannikkoAntti: “In the diagnosis of PCa, MRI is an excellent biomarker in reducing overdiagnosis and biopsies. It gives info on tumour/lesion size, location, and stage. However it can be time-consuming and user-dependent (interobserver variability)."

[1/2] Some key messages of Dr. @TobiasNordstrom (“MRI in PCa diagnosis: Results & critical assessment”):
✅#MRI can identify significant PCa w/ adequate negative predictive value
✅MRI can detect non-inferior amount of significant PCa when combined with...


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