6th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging
The 6th EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI) meeting will be held on 16 November 2017 in Barcelona in conjunction with the 9th European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers (EMUC).
The meeting’s theme “New technologies and limited resources” will highlight how the increasing use of new technologies in the management of urological pathologies has led to an increase in costs. New technologies are often costly and their use in daily clinical practice represents a significant burden for those with limited healthcare resources. The aim of this year’s meeting is to address when and how such technologies can provide true benefit for patients and how they can be implemented in clinical practice in a cost-effective way.
The 6th ESUI meeting will address these issues in detail and critically assess the role,
performance and limits of emerging technologies in relation to image-guided approaches. Moreover, the meeting will provide detailed clinical knowledge regarding the application and use of these technologies. Examining these issues will close the gap between preliminary experiences in selected centres and the early and broad application of these technologies in daily practice.
The ESUI meeting precedes the 9th EMUC, an annual event which gathers experts from other specialties such as radiology, urology, nuclear medicine, pathology and medical oncology for a critical examination of multidisciplinary approaches in urological cancers. Taken together, the 6th ESUI meeting is the ideal platform for insightful updates on the latest developments in urological imaging in 2017.
We look forward to see you in Barcelona!
Chairman EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI)
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Insightful and Practical Updates
ESUI17 will offer an expert-led Scientific Programme where new imaging technologies will be critically assessed and their applications examined. Hone your skills and update your knowledge on new techniques that will improve your decision-making and treatment strategies.
Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Approach
Training and knowledge-sharing with regards imaging-based diagnostic approaches will be among the core goals of ESUI17. In collaboration with the European School of Urology and other EAU Section Offices, training workshops will allow participants to boost their skills and actively engage with other specialists and experts.
Direct Peer-to-Peer Networking
Aside from the plenary discussions, the annual ESUI meeting provides an opportunity for imaging specialists to link up with their colleagues, enabling dynamic discussions and collegial contact among researchers, clinicians and related medical professionals. Gain direct feedback from the faculty and get in touch with your peers!