The Meeting

As ESUT Section chairman and IEA chairman, it is our pleasure to announce that the Meeting of the European Section of Uro-Technology (ESUT) will be organised in conjunction with the Meeting of the Italian Endourology Association (IEA) on 24-26 May 2018 in the beautiful Italian city of Modena well-known for its famous Ferrari factory, excellent Italian food and stylish shopping.

As during our last Meeting in Athens, attended by more than 600 experts in the field, the ESUT18 Meeting aims to introduce and provide updates of the most recent technological advances to European urologists and the impact of these developments on our everyday clinical practice. The Scientific Programme will provide many live demonstrations of urological procedures using modern instrumentations, with expert panels critically evaluating the benefits and limits of emerging technologies.  Live transmission will be organised both locally, but also from remote intercontinental locations. An intensive HOT’s Section will give the opportunity to young interested urologists to get the grip of all new technology available. Moreover, the programme will focus on all available treatment options for the same disease, with treatment strategies directly compared to enable participants to draw conclusions and gain new insights regarding the superiority or drawbacks of these technologies.

Our scientific programme organisers are exerting all efforts to come up with a memorable meeting with the support of our partners and affiliates. The ESUT has always been a family for all endourologists and all these years we are fortunate to have the collaboration of many experts and specialists.

So mark the date, tighten the bonds in our family as we continue to boost our scientific activities and social exchanges.

We look forward to see you in Modena in May 2018!

E Liatsikos Chairman EAU Section of Uro Technology ESUT Giampaolo Bianchi
Prof. Evangelos Liatsikos, ESUT Chairman Prof. Giampaolo Bianchi, IEA Chairman




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