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.
The EUREP faculty are renowned experts in their field chosen for their vast knowledge, skills, experience and teaching abilities. They guide participating residents and hone their laparoscopic, ureteroscopic and transurethral resection skills through the Hands-on-Training (HOT) sessions. These sessions are offered at various levels of expertise – with one tutor per participant for optimal guidance. The EUREP expresses its utmost appreciation to Olympus, whose sponsorship of the HOT sessions plays an essential part of the annual programme.
There is a new selection criteria for those who would like to partake in the EUREP programme. Interested parties are asked to answer multiple-choice questions based European Urology articles to earn CME credits. To find out more about this criteria, click here.
The course and accommodation are free of charge for EUREP participants but please note that as of EUREP 2015, travel costs are no longer be reimbursed. Find out more here.
We look forward to welcoming you from 31 August – 5 September 2018 at the anticipated 16th EUREP!
|J. Palou Redorta
Chairman of the ESU
|H. Van Poppel
Adjunct Secretary General
responsible for Education
At EUREP 2018, you can look forward to six days of comprehensive training in urology. Aside from extensive modules, you will undergo the popular Hands-on Training sessions. These will consist of learning-by-doing by using state-of-the-art equipment for laparoscopy, ureteroscopy (URS) and transurethral resection (TUR). The EUREP expresses its utmost appreciation to Olympus, whose sponsorship of the HOT sessions plays an essential part of the annual programme.
There will be a total of 22 training stations with an experienced tutor per station. On average, each trainee will have 45 minutes of one-on-one training adapted to his/her skill level. For the novice surgeon, the programme is more of an introduction. The more experienced trainee will learn tips and tricks from the veteran tutors.
If you meet the criteria and you are selected for this unique programme, congratulations! Get the most out of this unique opportunity to maximise your urologic knowledge and hone your hands-on-training skills.
EUREP HOT coordinator
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