The AUA has a wide variety of enduring materials and translated educational materials available for purchase or licensing and distribution opportunities.
Spanish Urology Program
For nearly two decades, the AUA has held the AUA/Confederacion Americana de Urologia (CAU) Spanish Urology Program at its Annual Meeting. This very popular program is presented in English with simultaneous translation into Spanish and features urologic experts from the United States and Spanish-speaking countries. If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring the program or licensing content, please email international@AUAnet.org.
Portuguese Urology Program
To expand educational outreach and provide quality education for urologists worldwide, the AUA has developed the Portuguese Urology Program. This half-day program, features state-of-the-art presentations from expert urologists representing Brazil, Portuguese speaking countries and the United States. This dynamic program, endorsed by the Sociedade Brasileira de Urologia, Associação Portuguesa de Urologia and the Confederação Lusofóna de Urologia, is presented in English with simultaneous translation into Portuguese. If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring the program or licensing content, please email international@AUAnet.org.
Spanish Language Education Courses
Each year, the AUA selects several state-of-the-art educational courses to be translated and/or presented in Spanish at its Annual Meeting. If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring language courses or licensing content, please email international@AUAnet.org.
AUA Update Series Translations
Proposals are accepted for translation of the AUA's Update Series which provides education in the most timely topics and the latest surgical techniques in urology in a subscription form. Now in its 30th installment, the AUA Update Series continues the rich tradition of providing up-to-date information that helps urologists fulfill Maintenance of Certification requirements recognized by the American Board of Urology. Edited by a team of internationally recognized experts, the AUA Update Series helps urologists improve their practice and patient care by staying abreast of the latest in treatments and surgical techniques.
To subscribe or sponsor a translated version of the AUA Update Series, please email kwohlfort@AUAnet.org
AUA Self-Assessment Study Program (SASP)
SASP is the AUA's most popular study tool for preparation for examinations. For more than 30 years, the AUA's Self-Assessment Study Program (SASP) has been a leading educational resource for urologists-in-training and practicing urologists. Developed each year, SASP is a 150-question, multiple-choice practice examination that addresses the core curriculum of medical knowledge and latest advances in patient care. You can take the SASP examination as an open or closed book exam, and you are provided correct answers with detailed answer rationales and references.
To meet your learning preference, SASP is available in four convenient formats—booklet, online, CD, and the innovative Qstream (formerly Spaced Education) format which sends questions directly to your computer or mobile device.
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The Journal of Urology® International Editions
The Journal of Urology®, the Official Journal of the American Urological Association, Inc.®, is the most widely read and highly cited publication in the field, The Journal of Urology® provides physicians with the clinically relevant information needed to stay at the forefront of this dynamic specialty.
Proposals are accepted for translated local editions of The Journal of Urology. To sponsor a translated version, please email kwohlfort@AUAnet.org.
The Journal of Urology® Online Access [AUA Members Only]
AUA Clinical Guidelines/Pocket Guide
Looked to as a leader for how to move the practice of urology forward into the future, the AUA makes a substantial investment in producing clinical guidelines. The AUA places great emphasis on reviewing and analyzing pertinent scientific literature in the creation of guideline statements that are linked to the strength of published evidence (evidence-based).
To sponsor a translated version of the AUA's Clinical Guidelines, please email kwohlfort@AUAnet.org.
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