6th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU24-25 May 2019 Tallinn, Estonia
Tallinn welcomes you to the 6th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU (Baltic19), the quintessential platform which will showcase the dynamic work of urologists within and beyond the region.
Throughout the years, the Baltic meeting delivers current, essential updates to match the rapid advancements in urology and its sub-specialities. Interest and active participation in the meeting have grown since its inception in 2014, and the picturesque Estonian capital is proud to host the Baltic meeting for the second time.
Baltic19’s Scientific Programme will address key issues and developments in uro-oncology, functional urology, and other areas where critical assessment is needed. The European School of Urology (ESU) will offer courses and hands-on training to benefit those who intend to learn new techniques or refine their skills. Young and experienced urologists and healthcare professionals from related disciplines will share their invaluable insights on challenges they encounter in daily practice.
On behalf of the European Association of Urology (EAU), the Estonian Urological Society, the Lithuanian Society of Urologists and the Latvian Urological Association, we look forward to your participation. We hope that this meeting will provide you the inspiration to further boost urological care and strengthen ties with your fellow urologists and healthcare professionals.
Our warmest greetings from Estonia! We look forward to seeing you there.
Dr. Andres Kotsar
|Dr. Andres Kotsar
Chairman, 6th EAU Baltic Meeting
Excellent forum for innovative research
Baltic19 will feature the contemporary research work of specialists in the region, as well as, relevant studies of colleagues from other countries.
Mentored practical training
With the collaboration with the ESU, participants will have the opportunity join the must-attend courses and hands-on training under the guidance of leading experts in the field.
Both upcoming and veteran urologists will assess current therapies; identify emerging management options; and share their knowledge and best practices.