1st ESU-ESUT Masterclass on Operative management of Benign Prostatic Obstruction20-21 May 2016, Heilbronn, Germany
To meet the challenge of providing optimal surgical management of Benign Prostatic Obstruction, the European School of Urology (ESU) and the EAU Section of Uro-Technology (ESUT) will offer the 1st ESU-ESUT Masterclass on Operative Benign Prostatic Obstruction in Germany.
The two-day masterclass from May 20 to 21 will be held in Heilbronn and aims to provide a comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge and skills training on the surgical management of BPO, particularly minimally invasive techniques recently introduced and incorporated in current guidelines.
The programme will cover theory, tips and tricks on various types of TURP, enucleation techniques, pre- and intra-operative management, post-operative care and two modules on skills training using hands-on models and actual instrumentation.
Experts from across Europe and dedicated trainers and mentors will help participants practice and refine their skills. Click on this link for details on the programme and registration.
We hope to see you in Heilbronn, Germany!
Chairman, Section Office
Expert Insights and Practical Tips
New minimally invasive procedures in Benign Prostatic Obstruction require expert insights on best practices. With both theoretical and practical sessions, participants gain a comprehensive knowledge on basic and advanced techniques.
Individual Mentorship at Hands-on Training
Two modules on instrument handling and hands-on training with dedicated stations enable our mentors to provide individual guidance and skills assessment. Learn basic skills or refine your techniques through tailored, step-by-step training procedures.
Interactive Discussion and Live Surgeries
The masterclass aims not only to provide training on the most essential minimally invasive techniques but also looks for ideas and feedback. Using experience from live surgeries and recordings of actual cases, discussions are geared to trigger critical assessment or stimulate new approaches.