7th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU
The new dates for the meeting are from 28 to 29 May 2021.
|In light of recent events concerning the COVID-19 situation, we have made the difficult but important decision to postpone the Baltic20 meeting to 28-29 May next year.
The health and well-being of delegates, faculty members and organisers come first.
We are currently re-organising and making arrangements to provide participants an optimal workshop experience. Once we finalise preparations, we will post the updates here accordingly.
If you have any questions, please send an email to ESU Project Manager, Ms. Marielle van de Wiel, via email@example.com.
Thank you for your understanding and support.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Since its inception in 2014, the Baltic meeting delivers relevant updates to match the rapid advancements in urology and its sub-specialities. Throughout the years, great interest and active participation have grown as the Baltic meetings are the quintessential platform to showcase the dynamic work and dedication of urologists within and beyond the region.
The historic country of Belarus is proud to host the next meeting, the 7th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU (Baltic21). Baltic21’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 centred on new techniques and refinement of skills. Young and experienced urologists will share their insights, expertise and challenges they encounter in daily practice.
We look forward to your participation and we hope that this meeting will inspire you, even more, to boost urological care and strengthen ties with your fellow urologists.
We send you our warmest greetings from Minsk, Belarus!
|Prof. Alexander Strotsky
Chairman Belarusian Association of Urology and 7th Baltic meeting in conjunction with the EAU
|Dr. Alexander Minich
Chairman scientific and organising committee of the
7th Baltic meeting in conjunction with the EAU
Both junior and veteran urologists will evaluate therapies and management options; share their experiences, expertise and best practices.
Contemporary research work
Baltic20 will feature the latest research work of specialists in the region, as well as, relevant studies of colleagues from other countries.
Practical training with expert mentors
Participants will have the opportunity fine-tune their skills through ESU hands-on training courses under the guidance of leading experts in the field.