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BAUS Professionals

News, events and information for BAUS professionals.

Surgeons, nurses and trainees can find specific information about urology and about the Association's activity. Get further information about the underlying principles of edicuation & training for undergraduates and postgraduates.

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Patient Information and Support

Urology is one of the most varied branches of surgery.

Find out more about the commoner urological conditions and get links to further information in the BAUS Patients Area. Find a surgeon, explore the glossary, read patient information leaflets and more.

 

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Information for Trainees

This is where you will find information and career advice for all levels of trainee - from medical students to specialty registrars - about specialty choices, online facilities, "tips & tricks" and sub-specialty fellowship posts.

Upcoming Event

24 – 26 Jun 2024

BAUS Annual Scientific Meeting 2024

The International Convention Centre, 8 Centenary Square, Birmingham B1 2EA

Click here to watch the "Save The Date" video on BAUS TV Abstract Submission & Results Abstract submission closed at 11:00hr on Fri 5 Jan 2024. Results have been released; please check your emails including junk/spam folders. Abstract Topics  Abstracts were being accepted on the following topics: Andrology: Male Genital...

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BAUS Weekly Newsletter

2024 Edition No 17

As part of the BAUS communication strategy, we are exploring new ways of delivering information to members in a succinct and timely manner. Now the...

Get In Touch With Us

If you have any questions or enquiries, you can get in touch with individual BAUS staff by exploring the our staff page, or use the generic admin email.

Alternatively, click the button below for our Contact page.

PLEASE NOTE: the BAUS staff are not medically qualified and are unable to answer questions about urological problems. You should contact your urologist, GP or Speciallst Nurse in the first instance for clinical issues