The Irish Society of Urology was founded in 1973 to promote the speciality of Urology and its related medical sciences in Ireland, and to encourage and promote urological training and scientific research.
The Society is advisory to the Irish Department of Health and JCHST concerning urological training and manpower issues. The Society is a member of the IBU, EAU and UEMS. European Urology is the official journal for ISU.
Membership to the ISU includes registration to the Annual Meeting. Membership will also include access to the “Members Area” of the ISU website and access to the official journal of the ISU, BJUI Journal.
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Annual Scientific Meeting
We are delighted to announce that the Irish Society of Urology Annual Meeting 2022 will take place on Friday, 23 September and Saturday, 24 September 2022 in Killahsee Hotel, Kildare.
We hope to see all our members, supporters and affiliates in Killashee in September.
Registration is now open. Early bird rates will close on Friday, 12 August. For programme details, registration and further information please visit www.rcsi.com/isu
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Sylvester O'Halloran Peri-operative Scientific Symposium 2023
2nd-4th March 2023
The deadline for abstracts for SOH2023 is Monday 21st November, 2022.
Abastract guidelines here
ISU Medical Student Essay Competition
Title: “Ethically challenging issues in contemporary Urology Practice”
Closing date: Now Closed
Entries to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full details here
The Model of Care for Urology envisages a system of urology care that serves the majority of patients in the community, such as primary care centres or in their local hospital, while assuring appropriate clinical governance to support a safe and high-quality service.
The model of care envisages a system of urology care that serves the majority of patients in the community, such as primary care centres or in their local hospital, while assuring appropriate clinical governance to support a safe and high-quality service. Read more