EAU Patient Information Project: Setting standards in cooperation and care

Special session

  • Location:
    Room 1, Capital suite (level 3)
  • Chair:
     T. Bach, Hamburg (DE)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    • To promote knowledge about the project to a wide audience
    • To highlight the cooperative character and worldwide expansion
    • To encourage usage of EAU patient information by patients and doctors
    • To disseminate the information of our guidelines to our patients through the doctors and patient groups

    Target group:
    Urologists, patient groups, national societies and nurses.

Welcome and introduction
 T. Bach, Hamburg (DE)
The society’s perspective – What can EAU Patient Information do for you, why do we need to translate GL for patients?
 C.R. Chapple, Sheffield (GB)
The resident's/doctor's perspective: How I use EAU Patient Information to get my patients informed
 G. Patruno, Rome (IT)
The patients’ perspective: What a patient fears and needs
 A. Winterbottom, Chinnor (GB)
The nurse's perspective: Things patients do not ask or do not dare to ask their doctors
 C.N. Tillier, Amsterdam (NL)
The international view: Why is it important to have patient information in the native language
 C. Llorente, Madrid (ES)
The future of EAU patient information in daily practice: Demonstration of “The Patient Information App”
 T. Bach, Hamburg (DE)
 T. Bach, Hamburg (DE)