Dear Colleagues,

In 2016, the annual EAU Robotic Urology Section (ERUS) took place in Italy! The 13th edition of the ERUS meeting was held from 14-16 September 2016 at the MiCo Milan Congress Centre.

The ERUS meeting is the scientific platform for every urologist interested in the latest technical developments and the continuous progress of urological science and practice. The meeting’s aim is to educate the urological community on robotic surgical techniques with the ultimate goal of improving the level of patient care.

Thank you for attending ERUS16! We can look back on three successful days in Milan, and we would like to thank you for your participation!

ERUS16 included the Junior ERUS–YAU meeting (with its own live surgery session- a first!), ESU Courses, ESU/ERUS Hands-on Training and of course many cutting-edge live and semi-live sessions.

In 2017, ERUS is coming to Bruges. Find out more on the ERUS17 meeting website.

Prof. Alex Mottrie Chairman EAU Robotic Urology Section Prof. Francesco Montorsi Chairman ERUS16 Local Organising Committee
Prof. Alex Mottrie
Chairman EAU Robotic Urology Section
Prof. Francesco Montorsi
Chairman ERUS16 Local Organising Committee

 

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Highlights of ERUS16

Broadening urologists’ horizons with non-urological robotic surgery

 

“Urologists have to be prepared to face non-urological procedures and can learn a lot from other specialties in use of the surgical robot.” This was one of the key messages on the third day of ERUS16.

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Official launch of the Surgery in Motion School

 

The 13th Meeting of the EAU Robotic Urology Section marked the formal launch of the Surgery in Motion School, a new online platform for video-based urological training.

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Improving post-RARP erectile dysfunction

 

Prof. Andrea Salonia, a Milan local, spoke extensively on how to improve erectile function recovery following radical prostatectomy. He offered clear recommendations.

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Young Urologists paint a picture of the future of robotics

 

ERUS16 kicked off with a special four-hour programme, intended to offer beginning urologists the relevant information to help them in their careers.

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