19th European Urology
Residents Education Programme
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Due to uncertainties brought about by the COVID-19 situation, we have made the difficult but important decision to postpone EUREP which was planned for 3 to 8 September 2021 to 4 to 9 February 2022 instead.

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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J. Palou Redorta Chairman of the ESU

J. Palou Redorta
Chairman ESU

Dr Evangelos Liatsikos

E. Liatsikos
Chair Elect 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

Our faculty is discussing today: energy sources, failure management, FT in the context of salvage treatment. Join the discussion https://youtu.be/HZKvD-GrXms @YouTube #esufocal21 @barret_e @Dmitry_Enikeev @JGomezRivas @DominguezEscrig


EAU Guidelines Urolithiasis 2021 is now out. @SkolarikosAndre @SEITZ_C_C @specialkathomas @JamesFDonaldson @ales_petrik @dottlombardo88 Guidelines members. @Uroweb @eauesut @UrowebESU @YAUEndourology @Endo_Society @UHSFT @unisouthampton @EAUYAUrology @eauyoungurology @EUplatinum

Higher hospital prostatectomy volume is associated with improved outcomes; this becomes apparent from a median of 86 cases per year. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0302283821002980?dgcid=coauthor @GPloussard @PSUrol @declangmurphy @LoebStacy

🆕 According to the European Commission decision it is not recommended to use fluoroquinolones for prostate biopsy prophylaxis. Cephalosporins or aminoglycosides can be used as individual agents.

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