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    ESPU Membership Corner

    The aim of our organization is to promote Paediatric urological science and practice.
    The Society s objectives are to contribute to the training and postgraduate courses for Paediatric urologists, stimulate international co-operation, and set standards for the practice of Paediatric Urology in Europe.

Statutes - New version of the ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

The European Society for Paediatric Urology is founded by private deed on 8th July 2011.


Article 1.   Name
The name of the non-profit association is “European Society for Paediatric Urology” or, in short, “ESPU”.

Article 2.   Duration and registered office
1) The association has been established for an indefinite period.
2) The association has its registered office at Herestraat 49, 3000 Leuven (Belgium), legal district Leuven.

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ESPU Thesis Award

The ESPU has established the Thesis Award. This price will be awarded once every two years during the Annual Meeting to the best thesis on a topic in the field of pediatric urology published in the three preceding calendar years. Applicants must be members of the ESPU and the research must have been conducted in Europe or under the auspices of a European institute.

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Apply for an ESPU Travel Scholarship

Are you a young doctor (residing in Europe) interested in Paediatric Urology and would like to visit a Paediatric Urology center in Europe?
Do you want your nurse (working in a European hospital) to visit another Paediatric Urology center in Europe?

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Changes in Paediatric Urology Practice in the Context of the COVID-19 Outbreak

Marco Castagnetti and Ramnath Subramaniam, on behalf of ESPU, April 2020


The outbreak of COVID-19 infection has dramatically changed our way of life as we humans know it (being social in nature) together with our professional practice within the Paediatric Urology community. To date, no specific treatment is available for COVID-19 infection and it is generally accepted that social distancing is the main and perhaps, the only measure to avoid or contain the spreading of infection. This is so that the number of critical cases does not dramatically outweigh the resources of national health care, true for any region in the world. We need to adapt to these changing circumstances by looking at what evidence is currently available. We have pooled together information with links for benefit, we hope, although some of the information must have already hit your inbox from multiple sources.

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