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Trainees who have a paper accepted for publication in the BJU International Journal are eligible for one of the following three BJUI Journal Prizes, which are awarded annually, bas[...]
The Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) is a trainee-led, pan-specialty, independent body that aims to promote the highest standards of surgical training. The highlight of t[...]
British Association of Urological Surgeons/BJU International/Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (BAUS/BJUI/USANZ) Joint Session 2019[...]
BAUS Day 2. The Multidisciplinary Team Debate. Which way are you headed? BAUS is certainly a UK-centric meeting. But we all share most of the same challenges in healthcare, and as [...]
Day one at BAUS gets started with society meetings and the John Blandy Prize and Lecture delivered by Editor Prokar Dasgupta.  The winner was from Pisano et al from Turin, Italy on[...]
In the month that brings the BAUS annual meeting to Liverpool, the Article of the Month is a BAUS consensus document and so the cover features the sign for the Beatles Story museum[...]
The Article of the Month is the first NICE Guidance to be published in the BJUI. On this month’s cover we celebrate both that and the BAUS conference taking place in Glasgow,[...]
Historians report that Paul Revere never said these famous words; as Colonial Americans at the time still considered themselves British. Indeed, Americans still consider themselves[...]