More information about abstract submission can be found here.
Access to the Virtual Meeting
- Technical recommendations: A computer/laptop, headset/headphones and a wired internet connection with a 5mb/s connection are recommended.
- Internet browser: All browsers are supported with the exception of Internet Explorer. We recommend the latest version of Chrome for the best results.
- Processor: There are no restrictions on processing power, if you can access www.esur21.org you’ll be able to access the platform.
- Bandwidth: There are no restrictions to access the platform. However, it would be advised to have a 5mb/s connection. Check your connection via www.speedtest.net.
- Firewalls: None of the ESUR21 content is expected to be blocked by firewalls or needs to be accessed via VPN. However, we cannot control the default restrictions set by your institute or company internet provider, network or state.
- Clear your cookies and cache: If you experience any issues accessing the platform, we suggest you clear your cookies and cache
Certificate of Attendance
As of Tuesday 12 October 2021, you can download your certificate of attendance via your MyEAU account. Log in and you will see the main menu on the left side of your screen. Click on “Events” and select “Certificates” from the drop-down menu. Before obtaining your certificate, you will be requested to complete the evaluation questionnaire.
Your certificate will contain the total number of CME credits you have accumulated. Please note that CME credits can only be claimed for time spent in the meeting. Based on the sessions you have attended, the equivalent number of CME credits will be calculated and accredited to you. For an overview of the sessions you have attended, please click on “Events” in the main menu of your MyEAU profile, and then select “Attended Meetings”.
An application will be made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this meeting.
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.
The meeting sessions will be conducted in English. No translation will be provided.
Photography and Filming
The ESUR21 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Journalists and medical/science writers can obtain a free registration to the virtual meeting. Press registrations have to be made through the online registration system.
More information on registrations will follow soon.
Resource Centre and Webcasting of Presentations & Sessions
Presentations and sessions will be webcasted under the condition that the speakers have given their approval. As a meeting delegate, you can access the ESUR21 scientific content via the ESUR21 Resource Centre using your MyEAU credentials. The content in the Resource Centre will be available up to 3 years after the meeting, but is not accredited.
We are using social media at the meeting to encourage open discussions on urology science and your meeting experiences. ESUR meeting faculty, opinion leaders, speakers, 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 #ESUR21, follow us on all social media accounts and join the conversation!
All communicated times in the scientific programme are Central European Summer Time (CEST), the current time zone in most of Europe.