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Past WUS Meetings

The society now organises only one meeting each year, at a central location, to facilitate regular attendance by both North and South Wales members.

The meetings now include the WUS Business meeting, a training afternoon with presentation and debates, a trade exhibition with supper, invited guest speakers, and the award of the Huw Williams Prize for the best presentation.

The venue is now the Hotel Metropole, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells LD1 5DY.

2018 Meeting

Click here to view the full programme of the meeting held on 25 & 26 January 2018 at the Hotel Metropole, Llandrindod Wells. 

At that meeting, as a result of the high quality of the presentations, the judges were unable to select a single winner for the Huw Williams Prize. Two awards were, therefore, made to the following papers:

Intravesical injection of Botulinum A toxin for the treatment of overactive bladder in anticoagulated patients – is it safe?
Luton O, Smith H, Lindley A, Kneen A, Lewis-Russell J, Younis A.
Department of Urology. Morriston Hospital, Swansea ... read the abstract
 
An audit of non-contrast CT KUB scan length in the detection of ureteric stones: are we over radiating our patients?
Ahmad A, Roushias S, Sullivan C
Departments of Urology and Radiology, Morriston Hospital, Swansea ... read the abstract
 

2015 Meetings

The Autumn 2015 meeting, hosted by the Princess of Wales Hospital Bridgend, was held at Hensol Vale Resort on 12 & 13 November 2015.

The April 2015 meeting, hosted by Wrexham Maelor Hospital, was held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel.

 

2014 Meetings

The November 2014 meeting, hosted by Glanwili General Hospital Carmarthen, was held at the Diplomat Hotel & Spa.

The March 2014 meeting, hosted by Morriston Hospital Swansea, was held at the Dylan Thomas Centre 

 

2013 Meetings

The November 2013 meeting, hosted by University Hospital Wales, was held at the Cardiff Copthorne Hotel.

The morning session was opened by Mr Paul Jones from Morriston Hospital, Swansea who entertained the audience with his "STAG (horn stones) experience in Sri Lanka".  He was followed by the President of BAUS, Mr Adrian Joyce (pictured right with Professor Howard Kynaston), who discusssed the "The changing face of urology."

After coffee, Mr Nilay Patel from Oxford gave a presentation on "Autotransplantation for RCC", Mr Paul Cathcart (an ex-trainee from Wales) from UCLH talked about "The National Prostate Cancer Audit" and Dr John Rees, Consultant Radiologist from UHW, Cardiff gave a presentation on "PET services". 

The paper presentations in the afternoon were well received and the Huw Williams Prize was won by final-year urology ST, Mr JS Phull for his paper on "High-grade prostate cancer with primary pattern 3 (3+5=8): the South Wales surgical experience".


The April 2013 meeting, hosted by Glan Clywd Hospital Rhyl, was held at St George's Hotel.

 

2012 Meetings

The October 2012 meeting, hosted by Royal Gwent Hospital Newport, was held at The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny.

The March 2012 meeting, hosted by Royal Glamorgan Hospital, was held at Hensol Vale Resort.

 

Meetings before 2012

2011 November
March
The Quay Hotel, Deganwy, Conwy (Glan Clywd Hospital)
St Bride's Hotel, Saunsfoot (West Wales General Hospital)
2010 November
March
Court Colman Manor, Bridgend (ABM Hospital)
Lion Quays, Oswestry (Betsi Cadwaladr)
2009 October
March
Village Hotel, Swansea (ABM Hospital)
St Mellons, Cardiff (Royal Gwent Hospital)
2008 November
March
The George Hotel. Rhyl (Glan Clwyd Hospital)
New House Country Hotel, Cardiff (University Hospital of Wales)
2007 October
March
The Vale Resort, Hensol (Royal Glamorgan Hospital)
No meeting
2006 November
March
Parc Menai, Bangor (Ysbyty Gwynedd)
Belle Vue Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth (Bronglais General Hospital)
2005 October
April
Miskin Manor, Pontyclun (Princess of Wales Hospital)
The Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea (Morriston Hospital)
2004 November
March
Cheshire (Wrexham Maelor Hospital)
West Wales Hospital, Llanelli (West Wales Hospital)
2003 October
March
Celtic Manor Resort, Newport (Royal Gwent Hospital)
Glan Clywd Hospital (Glan Clywd Hospital)