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EAU Education Online

Access to quality education is a top priority of the European School of Urology. With EAU Education Online ESU aims to provide up-to-date information to urologists and residents worldwide. Courses on EAU Education Online are prepared by urologists from all over Europe supported by e-learning specialists from EAU to reach ESU’s high standards in designing the courses.

All accredited courses comply with the EU-ACME and UEMS/EACCME guidelines for e-learning, and the information provided is in line with the EAU Clinical Guidelines.

This course deals with one of the hottest topics in medicine - personalised care. It teaches urologists to customize their approach to an individual BPE/LUTS patient.

Here are some of the questions covered in this course:

  • How to create a risk profile for a patient?
  • How to use an individualised profile to treat the patients effectively?
  • What are the risk factors for BPE/LUTS progression and how to take them into account when practising an individualised approach to treatment?

The development of this course was made possible by an educational grant from GlaxoSmithKline.
Disclaimer: This course will not foster any potential off label use of currently authorized medicinal products. All data presented and comments will be aligned with authorized prescribing information documents and international guidelines.

European Urology, the official journal of the EAU

Read European Urology online
European Urology has been a prestigious urological forum for over 35 years, and is currently read by more than 20,000 urologists across the globe. With an impact factor of 10.476, the journal has become the leading scientific publication in the field.

Articles accredited for Continued Medical Education
Every month three or four articles in European Urology are designated as CME activities. After reading, several multiple choice questions test immediate retention of the papers’highlights. (Each article is accredited with 1 CME until end of each month)

EAU Surgical Training

The EAU Surgical Training programme offers supportive online material such as theoretical courses and instructional videos to guide surgical training and prepare for hands-on training courses.

  • Theoretical course “Introduction to Laparoscopy”
  • European training in Basic Laparoscopic Urological Skills (E-BLUS) – Instructional video’s
  • Theoretical course “Introduction to robot-assisted surgery”

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Reviews in Female and Functional Urology
A series of 10 articles published in different scientific journals (2010-2011) on female and functional urology has been reviewed. Listen to the audio reviews and/or read the accompanying texts.

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Links to other educational resources

European Urology Educational Resource Centres
European Urology and Elsevier are proud to present a new online tool 'The Educational Resource Centre'. Find a host of  information on Advanced prostate cancer, Nocturia and Bedwetting.

Optimizing in-hospital antibiotic prescribing
Authors: International faculty with Program Chair Prof. Dr. Inge Gyssens, Professor of Infectious Diseases, Hasselt University (BE) and Department of Medicine, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen (NL)
The e-learning course tests the knowledge (but also attitude and behaviour) on hospital prescribing of antimicrobial drugs. The major topics are antimicrobial resistance, surgical prophylaxis, sepsis and ventilator associated pneumonia. The program offers European CME accreditation (CME credits) for participants.
Available via the website of the Dutch Working Party on Antibiotic Policy (SWAB)

“I would like to congratulate Prof. Dr. Inge C. Gyssens and the Dutch Working Party on Antibiotic Policy (SWAB) with an excellent e-learning programme. I have looked through the urology part and I feel convinced that this program is very valuable for both residents and specialists in urology.”

Prof. Dr. T.E.B. Bjerklund Johansen Chairman EAU Section of Infections in Urology (ESIU)
Chairman and Professor Department of Urology
Århus University Hospital, Århus (DK)

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