On the Spot: the European Urulogy Association meeting in Greece

On the Spot: the European Urulogy Association meeting in Greece

About the Meeting:

The EAU 9th South Eastern European Meeting (SEEM) takes place from 1 to 3 November in Thessaloniki, Greece. For the first time, the EAU Executive and the Board of the Regional Office implemented major changes and invested significant resources for the regional meetings to serve as the new clinical and research platforms in South Eastern Europe and adjacent countries.

Renewed cooperation with the ESU, ESUT and other partners enable the SEEM to present not only debates, state-of-the-art lectures, plenary sessions, country contests and hands-on training in laparoscopy and robotics, but also the scientific output of participating countries during the abstract and poster sessions. Besides the awards, qualified young urologists will also have the chance to apply for fellowships in various specialities. With a programme that will tackle urology’s most controversial topics, young and veteran urologists will take part in debates that offer new perspectives. SEEM’s regional character also provides a venue for local talent and attracts the participation of specialists from other regions. Thessaloniki as host city has much to offer to both first-time and frequent visitors with its history and culture, and participants will certainly benefit from yet another exciting conference! More info about the European Urulogy Association:  http://seem2013.uroweb.org/

The meeting is on the way.

Take a peek at the meeting  in Thessaloniki:

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