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General Information

All conference content, speakers and timings are correct at the time of publication. The organisers cannot be held responsible for changes due to circumstances beyond their control, including the withdrawal of speakers from the programme for any reason

Abstract Book

The BAUS 2024 Abstract Book will be available online in the Conference Edition of the Journal of Clinical Urology from 07:00hr on Monday 24 June 2024.

Annual General Meeting

The 15th Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Tuesday 25 June 2024 from 12.00 to 12.30hr in Hall 1 of the ICC. Click the links below to download the appropriate form(s):

Voting proxy form  Agenda  Minutes of the 14th AGM

The proxy form above should completed & returned, in accordance with the instructions given in the notes on the form, before 12.00hr on Wednesday 12 June 2024. If a member does appoint a proxy and attends the meeting and votes, the member’s proxy appointment will automatically be terminated.

P.S. Proxy voting is permitted in accordance with the following articles: 

Articles of Association & the Companies Act 2006.

Badge Scanning

We will be using badge scanning as lead retrieval. Exhibitors can hire scanners and scan the QR Code on delegate badges to download the following information:

  • Name, Job Title, Place of Work (as specified on your online registration form)
  • Work Email address (as specified on your online registration form)

You will receive one CME point for attending a Satellite Session and getting your badge scanned. Badge scanning by exhibitors is not compulsory. If you DO NOT wish to disclose personal information to exhibitors, then do not allow your badge to be scanned. 

PLEASE NOTE: BAUS Staff may scan you on entrance into the Satellite Sessions; this is purely for a count of attendance at these sessions.

BAUS 2024 Format

We are pleased to be returning to a face-to-face format for BAUS 2024 at the ICC Birmingham. Virtual attendance will, however, be available; content will be streamed live from the ICC Birmingham and will be available to watch via the BAUS 2024 Platform.

Certificates of Attendance

Certificates of attendance will be emailed to delegates from Monday 8 July 2024. Certificates for on-site Teaching & Skills courses will only be issued to those whose attendance is registered by a member of staff.

Clean Air Zone

Birmingham operates a clean air zone. No vehicle is banned from the zone, but vehicles of specified classes that do not meet emissions standards will be required to pay a daily charge if travelling within the area. You can check if your car is eligible to drive within the Clean Air Zone without charge by visiting the Brum Breathes website.

Brum Breathes website

The daily charges apply to the following vehicles: cars, taxis, LGVs, HGVs, coaches and buses and range from £8 for a private car to £50 for HGVs. The criteria for not incurring a charge differs across diesel, petrol, gas, electric and hybrid vehicles.

Birmingham Clean Air Zone


The complimentary cloakroom is located along the main concourse and will be open at the following times:

  • Mon 24 June 2024 - 08.00 to 19.30hr
  • Tue 25 June 2024 - 07.00 to 19.00hr
  • Wed 26 June 2024 - 07.00 to 18.00hr

Conference Catering

Delegate registrations will include complimentary lunch each day. Street-Food lunch will be served on Monday 24 June & Tuesday 25 June from 12.30 to 14.00hr, and a Deli Bistro lunch will be served on Wednesday 26 June from 13.00 to 14.00hr. Lunch will be available in Exhibition Hall 3.

Dietary requirements will be requested at the time of registration. Please note we endeavour to accommodate all dietary requirements where possible, with each venue. However, not all dietary requirements or preferences can be accommodated.

If you would like further information, please  Email BAUS Events

Continuing Medical Education

This meeting has been accredited with CME points:

  • Mon 24 June 2024 - 6 points
  • Tue 25 June 2024 - 6 points
  • Wed 26 June 2024 - 6 points

Each Satellite Session is also accredited with an additional CME point.

Delegate Badges

For security purposes, all delegates, accompanying persons and exhibitors must always wear the official BAUS 2023 delegate badges at all times, in order to be admitted to the conference centre and social events. Badges will be issued from the badge kiosks by the Registration Desk.

ePoster Sessions

Abstracts and full details of the presenters will be available on the BAUS 2024 online platform, as well as the ePoster viewing wall in the Registration foyer.

Exhibition - Location and Opening Hours

The exhibition will take place in Hall 3 of the ICC Birmingham, and will be open at the following times:

  • Mon 24 June 2024 - 09.00 to 19.00hr
  • Tue 25 June 2024 -  09.00 to 18.00hr
  • Wed 26 June 2024 - 09.00 to 14.15hr

PLEASE NOTE: entry to the conference or exhibition is NOT available to personnel from commercial companies who do not have an exhibition stand.

Gallery Poster Display

A selection of posters will be on display for the duration of BAUS 2024 on the Gallery Level of Hall 3 Exhibition.

Media Check-In

The Media Check-In will be located near Hall 1, a short walk from the Registration Foyer. Media Check-In will be clearly signed, and all speakers & presenters are required to upload slides. The Check-In will be open at the following times:

  • Mon 24 June 2024 - 07.30 to 18.00hr
  • Tue 25 June 2024 -  07.00 to 18.00hr
  • Wed 26 June 2024 - 07.00 to 14.15hr

Full AV information will be sent to all speakers well in advance of the meeting.

Email the Events Team for further information


BAUS 2024 will have an official photographer and videographer who will be operating onsite. By registering for BAUS 2024, your photograph may be taken, and this footage may be used by the organisers for marketing purposes.

Email the Events Team for further information

Prayer Room

A room will be available to delegates throughout the conference for private religious observance; please ask the BAUS Registration Desk for further details.


We will not have a printed programme for BAUS 2024. Delegates should instead use the BAUS 2024 Platform or save a copy of the Final Programme PDF to a tablet device. Printed "Programmes at a Glance" will be available to collect from the BAUS Registration Desk. 

Select Programme (Conference, Abstracts & Social) from the right-hand menu to access the current programme guide.

Registration Desk

The desk will be situated in the Registration Foyer outside the Exhibition Hall 3., and will be open at the following times:

  • Mon 24 June 2024 - 08.00 to 17.30hr
  • Tue 25 June 2024 -  08.00 to 18.00hr
  • Wed 26 June 2024 - 08.00 to 14.15hr

Satellite Symposia

All Satellite Symposia will be held in Hall 1. Auditorium & Hall 3 Exhibition Hall (Stand 230).

Scientific Session Access

The scientific sessions are only open to registered delegates. Please note: delegate registration and entry to the conference or exhibition is NOT available to personnel from commercial companies who do not have an exhibition stand.

Social Media

BAUS 2024 is on "X" (formerly Twitter) ► @BAUSurology ► using the hashtag #BAUS24

Delegates are reminded to familiarise themselves with the GMC & BMA guidance with respect to social media


For more information of ICC Birmingham’s sustainability credentials, please visit their website. We will have various water refill points available throughout the venue and encourage delegates to bring their own water bottles and re-usable coffee mugs.

Teaching & Skills Courses

Teaching courses: Paediatrics Urology, Succeed the Portfolio Pathway, Good Urodynamics Practice, The Medical Protection Society: Medico Legal Course, Simulated Course for Urology NTN Interviews, An Evidence Based Approach to Managing Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer, Updates in Stone Management, Management of Functional Urology Emergencies

Skills courses: Hands on Ultrasound Training, Cognitive/MRI Fusion LA Transperineal Biopsy of Prostate, Introduction to Robotics will take place at the ICC Birmingham.

Places are strictly limited, and we encourage delegates to book early to avoid disappointment. Certificates for onsite Teaching & Skills courses will only be issued to those whose attendance is registered by a member of staff.

Travel and Parking

Birmingham is easily reached from Birmingham Airport, with Birmingham New Street a 10-minute train ride from the terminal. There are three train stations in the city centre, all just a short walk from the ICC, with New Street Station the closest. Parking is available at the Arena Birmingham (B1 2AA) for delegates travelling by car – charges apply.

If you would like any further information or assistance, please use the link below:

ICC website

For other travel information, including links to bus, train and ferry timetables, ticket information, and the latest travel and transport news go to the Venue, Travel & Parking Section.


The ICC Birmingham, 8 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2EA, UK
Tel: +44 (0)121 200 2000

Email the ICC Contact Centre

Virtual Interaction

Q&A for virtual attendees will be available for all sessions taking place in Hall 1 only. There will be no Q&A for sessions taking place in Halls 4, 8, 9, 10 or 11. Virtual attendees can engage in discussion & debate with other virtual attendees via the chat function.

Watch it Again

Recorded content from the meeting will be uploaded to the BAUS 2024 platform and available to watch again for up to 6 months.


Free WiFi is available throughout the ICC Birmingham.

2025 BAUS Annual Scientific Meeting

Join us for the BAUS 2025 Annual Scientific Meeting from 16 to 18 June 2025 when we will return to Manchester Central.

All conference content, speakers and timings are correct at the time of publication. The organisers cannot be held responsible for changes due to circumstances beyond their control, including the withdrawal of speakers from the programme for any reason