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BAUS 2018 Highlights Day Three

BAUS Day 3—Going home images and snippets… On the final night of BAUS, I had the honor of giving a dinner talk to the IBUS group—International British Urology Society.  With BAUS contracting from 4 to 3 days, some of the previous joint sessions fell by the wayside, but IBUS president Subu Subramonian put together a […]


Have the days of ADT Monotherapy for Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer Come to an End? STAMPEDE in the June #urojc

The much awaited results of the STAMPEDE study of abiraterone for hormone naive prostate cancer was simultataneously presented at #ASCO17 and published ‘on line ahead of print’ in the NEJM. The formal title of the study was “Abiraterone for Prostate Cancer Not Previously Treated with Hormone Therapy”. Briefly, the study randomised 1917 men with locally […]


March 2017 #urojc summary: Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection with Radical Prostatectomy – Is there enough evidence for and against?

The twitter-based international urology journal club @iurojc #urojc is back with a splash after a brief hiatus. For the March 2017 #urojc, a lively discussion takes the theme of pelvic node dissection (PLND) on radical prostatectomy (RP) reviewing a timely article by Nicola Fossati et al. The paper was made available open access courtesy of […]


Editorial: Quality improvement in cystectomy care with enhanced recovery (QUICCER) study

Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) is a multidisciplinary, multi-element care pathway approach that aims to standardise and improve perioperative management. Since the first publication on ERAS for radical cystectomy in the BJUI in 2008, the literature on this important factor in postoperative management of patients undergoing major surgery in the field of urology is rather […]


Editorial: Semen Proteome Alterations in the Smoking Male

Infertility affects 15% of couples, with male factor infertility influencing half of such couples [1]. Multiple environmental risk factors for male infertility have been identified, including: diet, exposure to pollution, and multiple substance abuses, e.g. alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, opiates [2]. In this issue of BJUI, the study of Antoniassi et al. [3] makes an important contribution […]


Highlights from BAUS 2016

In the week following Britain’s exit from Europe after the BREXIT referendum, BAUS 2016 got underway in Liverpool’s BT convention Centre. This was the 72nd meeting of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and it was well attended with 1120 delegates (50% Consultant Member Urologists, 30% Trainees, 10% Non member Urologists/Other, 10% Nurses, HCP’S, Scientists). […]


Worldwide Live Robotic Surgery 24-Hour Event 2015

For the first WRSE24 we had over 2500 unique viewers registered from 61 countries (58 on the day). This time we want you the global audience to get involved and participate online In the Worldwide Robotic Surgery Event Register now for free In February 2015, with EAU approval, ten robotic centers from 4 continents planned […]


Social media makes global urology meetings truly global

The use of social media continues to expand in urology and the BJUI is proud to be at the forefront of these efforts. All of the global urology meetings now have their own twitter feed, which is indexed using a ‘hashtag’ (e.g. #EAU14, #AUA14). Analogous to a Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) in PubMed, hashtags are […]

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