Upcoming Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Our upcoming webinars are listed below, including a link for you to sign up once registration opens (usually about 2-4 weeks prior to the session).

We are working on our webinar schedule for 2023, the first sessions of which are listed below. We will be continuing to run our ARM/colorectal webinar series in conjunction with ERN ERNICA throughout the year, as well as running a short series of webinars on interstitial cystitis in association with ESSIC. In 2023, we will implement a few improvements as a result of the feedback from our 2022 annual survey.

Date Workstream Title Presenter(s) Registration Link
25/01/23 WS2 How to remove mesh Frank Van der Aa Registration link
08/02/23 WS1 (ARM) Patients with Trisomy 21 and ARM versus patients with ARM without fistula Eva Amerstorfer & Inbal Samuk Registration link
15/02/23 WS2 Interstitial Cystitis Webinar Series – details tbc Tbc
22/02/23 WS1 Obstructive primary megaureter (MOP) – Predictors of success and failure after balloon dilatation Sonia Pérez-Bertólez, Oriol Martín-Solé Registration link
01/03/23 WS2 Diagnosis work-up in male urinary incontinence José Medina-Polo
15/03/23 WS2 Interstitial Cystitis Webinar Series – details tbc Tbc
22/03/23 WS2 Interstitial Cystitis: Current evidence, personal experience & future perspectives Alessandro Giammò & Mariangela Mancini Registration link
29/03/23 WS2 Correction of penile curvature in congenital anomalies and Peyronie`s disease Margit Fisch & Tim Ludwig
26/04/23 WS2 Interstitial Cystitis Webinar Series – details tbc Tbc

Please note:

  • All webinars are subject to change, sometimes at short notice in exceptional circumstances. However, we will always endeavour to update everyone who was already registered for the affected webinar.
  • Our webinars are not currently accredited.
  • All webinars are recorded and subsequently shared via both our YouTube channel and GoToWebinar platform. Details for previous webinars can be found here.
  • Unfortunately, we have been informed that Russian colleagues have not been able to register for webinars of other ERNs, as Russia has been removed from the country selection item. The platform hosting these webinars (GoToWebinar) does not know what has caused the problem and is working on the issue. For now, the registration form has been amended so that completion of the country of residence is no longer mandatory. ERN eUROGEN is committed to its altruistic mission of disseminating medical knowledge to all whom it will benefit.