EAU 11th South Eastern European Meeting
The SEEM 2015 will take place at the Gloria Golf Resort Hotel which is easily accessible by bus or by taxi from Antalya airport.
The EAU 11th South Eastern European Meeting (SEEM) will take place from 6-8 November in Antalya, Turkey. The EAU Executive and the Board of the Regional Office invested significant resources for the regional meetings to serve as major clinical and research platforms in South Eastern Europe and neighbouring countries.
The close collaboration with ESU, ESUT and other partners enable the SEEM to present not only state-of-the-art lectures, plenary sessions, country contests and hands-on training in laparoscopy and ureterorenoscopy (URS), but also the scientific output of participants during the abstract and poster sessions. Qualified young urologists will have the chance to apply for fellowships in various specialties. With a programme that tackles urology’s most controversial topics, young and veteran urologists will take part in debates that offer new perspectives.
SEEM’s regional character also provides a venue for local talent and attracts specialists from other regions. For the first time, SEEM will take place in Antalya, Turkey, a region known for its hospitality, charm and vibrant cultural life. Participants will certainly benefit from yet another exciting conference!
Prof. Bob Djavan
Chairman of the EAU Regional Office
SEEM15: Day 1 - Training the essentials of Laparoscopy
The 11th South Eastern European Meeting got off to a flying start as Regional Office Chairman Prof. Bob Djavan welcomed the large and internationally diverse crowd. “It’s my pleasure to welcome Turkish opinion leaders, and experts from all across South-Eastern Europe and beyond. This is a scientific, political and social event, and everybody getting together as we are today is already an achievement.”
SEEM15: Day 2 - Courses, Competitions and Young Urologists
The second day of the 11th EAU South-Eastern European Meeting was a microcosm of the EAU itself: education, training, support for young urologists and diversity in membership. Early risers could attend the ESU Course on endourology and related oncology, chaired and for a large part presented by Prof. Evangelos Liatsikos. Drs. Canda and Balbay also spoke.
An interview with Bob Djavan
EAU Regional Office Chairman, Prof. Bob Djavan spoke to European Urology Today about the ongoing preparations for SEEM15, its appeal, as well as the Office’s approach to regional meetings in general.