This is an academic forum for urology discussion designed by urologists. It is a non profit no agenda system. It was purely started and run for the improvement of urological practice and knowledge around the world. It was first started in MSN groups in the name of Uro-Resident in mid 2004. In 2005 we migrated to Yahoo groups as Uro-Education.
Our demand for features and space to grow made us ponder about starting a dedicated website for urological discussion. We purchased the domain http://www.uroeducation.org/ in August 2008 and started working on the design of the site. In March 2009 we officially launched the site and started migration from Yahoo groups.
There is no geographic or political boundary. It has forums for various sub-specialties of urology like Uro-oncology, Endourology, Laparoscopic Urology, Andrology, Female urology, Paediatric urology etc... Trainees/Postgraduates can benefit from discussions on various exam-oriented topics and get expert advice from many examiners. If you value Uroeducation as a source of information that will enhance your knowledge and benefit the community you treat please register.
Academic urologists (teaching institutions), practicing urologists (Non teaching institutions), urologists in private practice and urology trainees.
Other Urology associated specialists (Uro-oncologists, Uro-pathologists, Uro-Radiologists can register on invitation.
Membership is available through registration and it is free.
1. Continued urological education. Academics beyond institutions.
2. Introduction to all the urologists around the world
3. Discussion on current topics in urology by members all over the world
4. Advise form experienced members on difficult clinical scenario
5. Information about upcoming urological events uploaded by members
An academic forum to disperse knowledge
Developed for urologists by urologists
A non-profit no agenda system
Membership is free and limited only to Urologists and trainees