Overactive Bladder: recognising the symptoms & available treatment options
Overactive bladder syndrome (OAB) is a common condition and can affect both men and women. Between 10 and 20% of people suffer from it at someRead more
Urology Week is an initiative of the European Association of Urology, which brings together national urological societies, urology practitioners, urology nurses, the patients and their families, and politicians to create awareness of urological conditions among the general public.
During Urology Week, our goal is to raise awareness of what urology is truly about. We aim to start relevant discussions, introduce new technologies and insights, and share experiences. It is the ideal opportunity to educate people e.g. to regularly check their bodies for symptoms. Prevention is better than cure. Prevention can save lives.
Every year, Urology Week engages thousands of participants. Whether you’re a urologist, a nurse, a patient or a supporter of this important initiative, we urge you to join Urology Week 2020. However large or small, every effort definitely counts!
This website has many tips and helpful material to get you started. If you have any questions or need more info, we’re all ears and we’re glad to help.