Session

Special session of the EAU History Office

Special session

  • Location:
    Room 9, Capital suite (level 3)
  • Chair:
     P.E. Van Kerrebroeck, Maastricht (NL)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    This sessions is divided in two parts. The first part deals with the evolution of British Urology, presenting interesting highlights of the long history of Urology in the United Kingdom. The second part will discuss some important aspects of Urology in Nazi-occupied Europe.

Welcome and introduction
 
 P.E. Van Kerrebroeck, Maastricht (NL)
 
 P.M. Thompson, London (GB)
The evolution of British urology
 
Moderators:
 P.M. Thompson, London (GB)
 
 
 P.E. Van Kerrebroeck, Maastricht (NL)
From stonecutters to science: The early days in the evolution in British urology
 P. Kumar, Coventry (GB)
Sir Henry Thompson, the first British urologist
 P.M. Thompson, London (GB)
St Peters Hospital, the first urology Hospital
 P. Worth, Broxbourne (GB)
Peter Freyer, the first leader of British urology
 M. Dinneen, London (GB)
Terrence Millin, his impact on British urology
 J.C. Goddard, Leicester (GB)
The role of the RSM and BAUS in the development of British urology
 R. Kirby, London (GB)
Research Project: Urology under the Swastika
 
Moderators:
 D. Schultheiss, Giessen (DE)
 
 
 P.E. Van Kerrebroeck, Maastricht (NL)
Urology under the Swastika: A global issue
 D. Schultheiss, Giessen (DE)
Urology under the Swastika: The British perspective
 P. Weindling, Oxford (GB)