Free access to all EAU17 abstracts is now available online. Please note that this feature is exclusive to EAU Members only. Non-members can sign up now for an EAU membership to gain access to the EAU17 abstracts and receive other benefits.
Certificate of Attendance
A Certificate of Attendance for the 32nd Annual EAU Congress will be available on this website to print as of Wednesday 29 March 2017.
Login with the numbers (without *) under the barcode on your congress badge and complete the questionnaire to retrieve your personalised Certificate of Attendance.
A list of CME accreditation points granted by various national urological societies and the European Board of Urology will be available in the programme book and on this website.
The organisers do not accept responsibility for any personal damage. Participants are strongly recommended to arrange their own personal insurance.
Lost and Found
Found items should be returned to the EAU Info Desk at Level 1 at the East Entrance. If you lose or find something, please report to this desk for assistance.
All of the congress’ scientific content, including abstracts, (e-)posters, videos and webcasts will be available in the Resource Centre.
Content is constantly updated over the course of the congress and afterwards. Watch scientific sessions you may have missed, or re-read the data of the latest research. You have access to the Resource Centre with your congress registration login (MyEAU), your EAU member login (MyEAU) or with the number under the barcode on your congress badge (type the number without the *).
We are using social media at the congress to encourage an open discussion on urology science and experiences at the congress. EAU congress speakers, opinion leaders, delegates and media share their ideas, commentary and photos on Facebook and Twitter. You can follow the EAU on Facebook via www.facebook.com/eaupage and on Twitter via @uroweb. Use #EAU17 to discuss the Congress, and join the conversation!
Many sessions will be webcasted at this website. The webcasted sessions are indicated with a special logo in the synopsis of the programme book and will be online within several hours after the session. The webcasts have not been edited and are exactly as presented. The statements and the opinions featured in the webcasts are solely those of the individual presenters and not of the EAU. Webcasts are not accredited and no CME credits can be obtained by watching the webcasts.