Publication of BJUI Journal
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Freddie Hamdy
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. The charity is affiliated with many urological societies around the world and the Journal is an official journal for many of these associations.
British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) – Official Journal
Caribbean Urological Association (CURA) – Official Journal
Hong Kong Urological Association (HKUA) – Official Journal and affiliated
Indonesian Urological Association – Affiliated
International Alliance of Urolithiasis – Affiliated Journal
Investigative and Clinical Urology – Affiliated Journal
Irish Society of Urology (ISU) – Official Journal
Malaysian Urological Association – Affiliated
Myanmar Nephro-Urology Society – Affiliated
Sri Lankan Association of Urological Surgeons (SLAUS) – Affiliated and official international Journal
Swiss Continence Foundation – Official Journal
Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ) – Affiliated and official Journal
Publication of BJUI Knowledge
Editor: Mr Robert Mills
Urologists subscribing to BJUI Knowledge will have access to interactive e-learning that supports professional excellence in urology and will be able to record all their professional development activities on the BJUI Knowledge platform.
The curriculum for BJUI Knowledge has been developed by the Editorial Team with the aim of providing an educational resource for experienced urologists to keep up to date. All content used as the source for the e-learning modules will be evidence based, fully referenced and peer-reviewed to ensure academic scientific and editorial validity.
Publication of BJUI Compass
Editor: Professor John Davis
BJUI Compass is an online-only, fully open access journal, publishing original articles, reviews, comments and educational articles on all aspects of urology. It is committed to ‘sound science’ criteria, believing that every piece of research that has been conducted in a sound and rigorous manner should be published.
Other Charitable ActivitiesBJU International also provides support for other educational activities in urology including:
- sponsorship of guest lectures at conferences around the world
- support for Urolink through the British Association of Urological Surgeons.