General Information

Certificate of Attendance

A certificate of attendance for the EAU Update on Prostate Cancer Meeting (Virtual) can be downloaded at this website as of Tuesday, 19 October 2021. Accreditation points can only be claimed when you have attended the virtual meeting live.

CME Accreditation

An application has been made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event. More information will follow soon!

Disclosure Request

At the beginning of their presentation(s) speakers are requested to disclose to the audience any links with the industry related to the topic of their lecture. A link can be: being a member of the advisory board or having a consulting agreement with a specific company.

Language

All presentations during the PCa Congress will be conducted in English, the official language of the EAU. Translation to other languages is not available.

Photography and Filming

The PCa organisers will be taking photos and/or screenshots and will be recording the sessions. In case of any questions, please let us know by sending an e-mail to: press@uroweb.org

Press

Journalists and medical/science writers can obtain free registration to the Congress. Press registrations have to be made through the online registration system.

Registrations

More information on registrations can be found here.

Resource Centre

As a congress delegate, you can access the PCa scientific content after 16 October via the PCa21 Resource Centre using your MyEAU credentials. The content in the Resource Centre will be available up to 3 years after the congress, but is not accredited.

Social Media

We are using social media during the virtual meeting to encourage open discussions on urology science and your experiences. PCa faculty, opinion leaders, delegates and media share their ideas, commentary and photos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can follow the EAU on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. We invite you to use the hashtag #PCa21, follow us on all social media accounts and join the conversation!

Time Zone

All communicated times in the scientific programme are Central European Summer Time (CEST), the current time zone in most of Europe.

 

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