EAU 13th South Eastern European Meeting
As one of the well-known regional meetings, an international faculty will lead plenary sessions, debates, state-of-the-art lectures on current urology issues, and hands-on-training surgical courses.
Belgrade in Serbia will host the EAU 13th South Eastern European Meeting on 21 to 22 September 2018.
SEEM18 will be organised by the Urological Association of Serbia and the Urological Section of the Serbian Medical Association in collaboration with the European Association of Urology. As one of the well-known regional meetings, an international faculty will lead plenary sessions, debates, state-of-the-art lectures on current urology issues, and hands-on-training surgical courses, among other educational activities.
The Scientific Programme will also reflect the progress of urology in the region and the challenges faced by urological practitioners. Particularly young urologists will be offered a platform to present their studies and link up with their veteran colleagues and key opinion leaders.
SEEM aims to actively support not only new scientific research work, but also the continuing medical education goals of both new and mid-career urologists. Opportunities for dedicated mentorship and a stronger network among healthcare professionals are among the benefits brought by regional conferences.
Host city Belgrade has a unique character with its mix of influences, a lively cultural life and the cosmopolitan outlook of its residents.
Join us to discover the achievements and potentials of urology in South Eastern Europe.
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From insightful state-of-the-art lectures, lively debates to roundtable discussions, participants can expect the latest medical and surgical approaches through the viewpoints of specialists and key opinion leaders.
Dedicated Mentorship and Training
Hands-on-Training in laparoscopy and educational courses on key urology topics are offered by European School of Urology faculty who are experts in their own field. Access and update your skills!
Assessing Best Practices
Best practices in clinical work across Europe are identified and critically assessed in plenary sessions. New work and promising surgical techniques are also discussed in Abstract Sessions to highlight the progress of and future potentials in urology.