• EBPU/MJC-PU/EAPU

    EBPU/MJC-PU/EAPU

    The goal of the European Board of Paediatric Urology, the Multidisciplinary Joint Committee of Paediatric Urology and the European Academy of Paediatric Urology is to set a high standard of care for children with problems of the urinary and genital tract by setting standards for clinical caretakers of these children.

Please note:

The EBPU is aware that passing the FEAPU exam (accredited by the UEMS) can be an important step in the professional career and the FEAPU certificate is a marker of excellence in many countries where Pediatric Urology is not recognized by the National Authorities.

Under current (Covid) situation the EBPU has considered many different options for the 2021 FEAPU exam and plans to run the part 1 (the MCQs) during autumn 2021 - place and format to be announced later and to postpone the part 2 (the clinical scenarios) till January 2022. The candidate can also choose to take both parts together in 2022.

The goal of the EBPU is to provide a high quality exam within a safe environment which can not be ensured due to the still unstable COVID situation.

We hope that these decisions will be acceptable to all those affected by the crisis.

Rafal Chrzan (EBPU secretary)


  • Applications for accreditation of the NEW training programs will be postponed to 2022 as the site visits could not have taken place in 2020.

About EBPU/MJC-PU/EAPU

About the European Board of Paediatric Urology, the Multidisciplinary Joint Committee of Paediatric Urology and the European Academy of Paediatric Urology

On February 9th 2002, a committee of delegates from the “European Board of Urology” (EBU), the “European Board of Paediatric Surgery” (EBPS), the “European Society of Paediatric Urology” (ESPU) and the “Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes” (UEMS) met in Leuven (Belgium) as an initiative of the ESPU to form an European Board of Paediatric Urology which was called the “Joint Committee of Paediatric Urology” (JCPU).

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European Training Requirements (ETR) in Paediatric Urology

On behalf of the EBPU it is my pleasure to announce that the latest version of the European Training Requirements (ETR) in Paediatric Urology has been finally approved by the UEMS in July 2020.

This document is important for the current and potential fellows as well as the training programs.

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