19th International Meeting of the European Association of Urology Nurses (EAUN)

Urology - General
Mar 17, 2018 - Mar 19, 2018


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The European Association of Urology Nurses (EAUN) was founded in 2000 and serves a region which has many thousands of urology nurses, nurses-in-training and other health care professionals in the urological field. The aim is to represent European urology nurses and contribute to the development of higher standards of urological nursing in Europe. The EAUN has over 2,500 members. As a member of the EAUN you receive a series of free publications and benefit from many other membership discounts and privileges. Full membership of the EAUN is open to all certified European nurses and allied health care professionals working in urology. Other membership categories are Corresponding member and Affiliate member. The EAUN organise an annual 3-day meeting for which members pay a highly reduced fee. In 2017, the EAUN meeting was attended by more than 300 nurses from 35 countries.

Inspiring three-day meeting on various topical urology nursing subjects in conjunction with the 33rd Annual EAU Congress. The congress takes place at the Bella Center Copenhagen, Denmark.

The topics are presented by specialists and specialist nurses in workshops, panel discussions, state-of-the-art lectures, symposia, poster abstract sessions, etc. Discussions on clinical practices and pre-congress optional visits to a local hospital guarantee you return home completely updated. Share your knowledge with your colleagues and submit an Abstract, Research Plan, Video or your Difficult Case (Deadline 1 December 2017).

Check the congress website for more details, www.eaun18.org, or contact Hanneke Lurvink .

Location information

Bella Center Copenhagen

Center Boulevard 5 2300

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