• 28th ESPU Congress, Barcelona 2017

    28th ESPU Congress, Barcelona 2017

    Barcelona, Spain - April 19th-22nd, 2017

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    Registration is now open! Deadline for early bird registration is 31st of January 2017.

  • Membership fee renewal

    Membership fee renewal

    Please do not forget to renew your membership!
    Pay before March 1st, 2017 to save 25 Euros.

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  • About the ESPU

    About the ESPU

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    The European Society for Paediatric Urology is a non-profit society whose main purpose is to promote paediatric urology, appropriate practice, education as well as exchanges between practitioners involved in the treatment of genito urinary disorders in children.
  • ESPU Web-Book

    ESPU Web-Book

    New chapter "Persisting Urogenital Sinus and Cloacal Malformations" available now!
  • 2016 Congress Webcasts

    2016 Congress Webcasts

    Full webcast of the 2016 Harrogate congress
    Access is restricted to members.

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  • Social Networks

    Social Networks

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  • ESPU

    25 chapters from 21 contributors,
    123 figures and 460 pages.
    Access restricted to ESPU members.
  • Journal of
    Pediatric Urology

    Journal ofPediatric Urology
    The official journal of the Society.
    Access restricted to ESPU members.
  • Parent & Patient

    Parent & Patientinformation
    A new web-book containing informations on the most common genito urinary disorders in children.
  • Dialogues in
    Pediatric Urology

    Dialogues inPediatric Urology
    Provided by the SPU, all issues available (from 1977 until today).
    Access restricted to ESPU members.
  • ESPU Nurses

    ESPU NursesPublications
    To extend this section, send your publication and work research to Nathalie Fort.
  • ESPU Nurses
    CIC Guidelines

    ESPU NursesCIC Guidelines
    Guidance relating to the teaching and performing of intermittent catheterisation in order to maximise patient safety and comfort.