The 2009 Punch Club meeting was hosted by Tim Terry In Leicester from 7 to 9 October.
Members and their partners were accommodated at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Leicester and were transported on the first evening to Stoneygate for supper chez Terry.
Whilst their partners were treated to a Thomas Cook historical tour of Leicester on 8 October, members attended the first scientific session. Presentations given during both scientific sessions are shown in the tables below:
|THURSDAY 8 OCTOBER
|Nephrology for urologists
|The future of academic urology
|Managing non-muscle invasive bladder cancer
|Brachytherapy for carcinoma of the prostate
|Laparoscopic or robotic prostatectomy
|Imaging in urological malignancy
|Surgery for renal cell cancer
|Medicine & surgery in Nelson's navy
Following the first scientific session, members and their partners were treated to a guided tour of the National Space Centre in Belgrave near Leicester, culminating in a spectacular i-Max movie about the universe, featuring David Tennant as Dr Who, guiding the audience around outer space ...
The UK National Space Centre in Leicester
|FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER
|Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy
|Female urology fellowships
|Meshes in female urology
|Female urology training
|Urology in HM Armed Forces
The black-tie Club dinner took place on the evening of 9 October at Kilworth House Hotel.
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