4th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU26-27 May 2017 Vilnius, Lithuania
We are pleased to invite you to the 4th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU to be held from 26 to 27 May 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital city.
The Baltic Meeting is a highly anticipated regional EAU networking event of the year that brings together expert urologists from across Europe to discuss the current and most controversial issues in clinical urology and research.
The 4th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU is also an important date in the calendar of junior and mid-career urologists. With the dynamic interaction expected during the debates and plenary sessions participants will have the unique chance to link-up with senior colleagues and learn from expert opinions, career guidance recommendations and pick up opportunities to develop their own research plans.
This year the Baltic Meeting will look into the most important challenges in the early diagnosis and management of prostate and urothelial cancers with a programme that offers many opportunities for debate and discussions.
The new and emerging treatment technologies and multidisciplinary approaches will be examined in various activities such as hands-on training in laparoscopy, ureteroscopy, interactive discussions, plenary state-of-the-art lectures, abstract sessions and break-out symposia.
We look forward to welcome you in Vilnius for another inspiring urology conference.
|Prof. Dr. Mindaugas Jievaltas
Course DirectorHead of Urology Department Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, KaunasPresident of Lithuanian Association of Urologists
|Prof. Feliksas Jankevicius
Course DirectorNational Cancer Institute, Vilnius
Insights on Best Practices
Baltic17 highlights not only current urological topics but also presents the views of expert professionals on a range of practical issues regarding medical and surgical treatment strategies. From onco-urology, pediatric, andrology to functional urology, the challenges encountered in daily clinical practice are examined in plenary discussions led by international lecturers.
To help support young promising urologists and researchers, Baltic17 serves as a unique platform that highlights new and innovative work. Moreover, winners of the Best Abstract Presentations can expand their links with colleagues and draw critical attention to their research.
Improve Your Laparoscopy Skills
The European School of Urology (ESU) offers a comprehensive hands-on training in laparoscopy and ureterorenoscopy (URS) including expert mentorship to enable participants to carefully assess their skills and identify areas for further improvement.