Hellenic Urological Association (HOS)
Founded in 1931, ceased operations in 1937, reopened in 1949 and since then its work continues without interruption with the same title.
Today HOS, has approximately 1100 members, of which about 900 are regularly (specialized Urologists) and 200 assessors (junior Urologists).
Emirates Urological Society
The Emirates Urological Society (EUS) was launched in May 2011 as a sub specialty of the Emirates Medical Association (EMA.)
The EUS mission is to strengthen and promote the practice of urology medicine to improve the quality of life of the people of the UAE; support the promotion of healthcare awareness;
Challenges in Endourology (CIE)
The International Meeting “Challenges in Endourology and Functional Urology” (CIE), now at its 5th Annual Organization, has become a congress of excellence in academic and scientific terms. CIE has now been established as a highly educational scientific meeting offering a program full of innovation, knowledge exchange and valuable networking. During “Challenges in Endourology”,
The Moroccan Association of Endo-Urology (AMEU))
The Moroccan Association of Endo-Urology (AMEU) is an apolitical association that has a scientific and a social purpose. It was created in June 2012, at the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Casablanca with the involvement of nationally
International Young Urologists Association
The International Young Urological Association was formed as a non-profit organization with the aim of fostering better communications between urologists that have completed their training in Turkey and the rest of the world and to support research and training both
American Hospital of Paris
The Association of the American Hospital of Paris was created in 1906 by several members of the American community in Paris.
Their wish was to create a Paris-based hospital which would provide American expatriates residing in France with American-trained medical care in their own language, regardless of their financial means.
European Urology - Accredited Continuing Medical Education
The EU-ACME Programme is the initiative resulting from a close collaboration between the European Board of Urology (EBU) and the European Association of Urology (EAU).
Its primary task is assistance in the implementation, promotion and organization of Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)