Publication of the BJUI Journal

BJUI Editor-in-Chief: Professor Prokar Dasgupta

Publication of primary research remains the main activity of the Charity. The BJU International Journal was originally founded in 1929 as The British Journal of Urology.  The Journal is wholly owned by BJU International charity and is now a leading international Urology journal affiliated to many urological societies around the world

British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) – Official Journal
Caribbean Urological Association (CURA) – Official Journal
Hong Kong Urological Association (HKUA) – Official Journal
Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ) – Official Journal
Urological Society of India (USI) – Affiliated Journal
Irish Society of Urology (ISU) – Official Journal


Online continuing medical education (CME) Urology resources

BJUI CME Editor: Associate Professor Henry Woo

In response to the increasing practice of accessing information online and as part of achieving our educational aims, over the next few years BJU International will be developing online CME content to assist Urologists in remaining up–to-date with advances in research and clinical practice


BJU International Guest Lectures

Sponsorship of speakers to enable opportunities to share and discuss research findings and clinical experience is another focus of the Charity’s activities. In 2012 BJU International sponsored guest lecturers to attend and speak at the annual conferences of the following urological associations:

British Association of Urological Surgeons
Caribbean Urological Association
Chinese Urological Association
Hong Kong Urological Association
Indonesian Urological Association
Urological Association of Asia
Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand


Other charitable activity in 2012

BJUI Prize for Best Abstract at BAUS annual meeting

BJUI Prize for Best Presentations at Specialist Urological Registrars Group (SURG) annual meeting

Sponsorship of visiting professorship to Bristol Urological Institute

Donation to Urolink