ESU hands-on training

This year the European Section of Uro-Technology (ESUT) and the EAU Section of Urolithiasis (EULIS) are offering an intensive Hands-on Training course on Laparoscopy, Ureterorenoscopy (URS) and E-BLUS.
We invite you all to register!

Laparoscopy

With surgical training, the goal is to produce a surgeon who is highly competent and confident in performing laparoscopic procedures; and thereby mitigate the risks of complications. Because of the specific risks, visuospatial relationships, and the steep learning curve that are unique to laparoscopy, hands-on training on a box or visual simulator is the recommended way to start learning laparoscopic skills.
Download programme laparoscopy course

Ureterorenoscopy

The Hands-on Training course will use different models focusing on the endoscopic management of urolithiasis. The delegates will follow a sequential programme of Ureterorenoscopy using normal endoscopic instruments in different models. The use of various guide-wires, baskets and intracorporeal lithotripters will be demonstrated.
Download programme ureterorenoscopy course

E-BLUS

The European training in basic laparoscopic urological skills (E-BLUS) is a programme offered to residents and urologists who want to improve the basic skills in laparoscopy. It is a unique opportunity to train with international experts in laparoscopy.
The E-BLUS programme includes:

  • Hands-on training (HOT) courses of different levels carried out under the guidance of experienced tutors
  • A set of training-box exercises developed and validated by the Dutch project Training in Urology(TiU) to train basic skills needed in urological laparoscopy
  • E-BLUS examination and certification
  • An online theoretical course
  • Fee €50 (excl. VAT)

Register now!

The Hands-on training courses are planned for Friday, 27 May and Saturday, 28 May.
Registration for the courses is now open.  Please note there are limited spaces available and selection is made on a first-come, first-served basis.
The courses are free of charge. Please email to register now!