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Urologic health transcends geographic borders. With more than 20,000 members in nearly 120 countries, AUA represents the world's largest collection of expertise and insight into the treatment of urologic disease. Our members strive to promote the interchange of urological skills, resources, education and patient care that is critical to the continued success of urology in the world community.

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Mark Your Calendars for AUA2019

Mark your calendars for the 2019 AUA Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, on May 3 – 6! You'll be joining more than 10,000 urologists from across the globe at the largest urological meeting in the world. AUA offers information for international attendees on visas and on traveling to the U.S.   Learn more

Global Collaborations

Collaboration is the key to improving the quality of urologic health care and education around the world. The AUA has a long history of involvement in the international urologic community, and values the close relationships that have been developed with international urologic organizations worldwide.   View the global urology events calendar

International Membership

The AUA is a global membership organization with more than 20,000 members that bridges urologic communities through education, research, policy and philanthropy. International members enjoy full access to quality educational services such as the Urology Core Curriculum and The Journal of Urology®, which promote the highest standards in urology worldwide.   Learn more

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The Journal of Urology®

The Journal of Urology® is the official journal of the American Urological Association, Inc.® as well as the most widely read and highly cited publication in the field. The Journal of Urology® provides physicians with all the clinically relevant information necessary to stay at the forefront of this dynamic specialty. International members have free access to the journal.   Access the journal

Guidelines to Use in Your Practice

AUA recently released new clinical guidelines on the evaluation and management of testosterone deficiency, erectile dysfunction, benign prostatic hyperplasia and castration-resistant prostate cancer. AUA guidelines offer the practicing clinician proper guidance on the evaluation and management on common problems presented in urology practices.   Access the guidelines

International Opportunities

AUA offers many opportunities for international members. One opportunity includes join the AUA International Academy as an accredited faculty member to serve as instructor and/or speakers at AUA-related educational programs worldwide to foster the exchange of knowledge and skills through various educational outreach activities.   Learn more

Exchange Programs

The AUA's Academic Exchange Programs provide promising young urologists the opportunity to gain a global perspective in urology while broadening their cultural horizons. These reciprocal programs include a 2-4 week educational experience at an academic institution(s) and attendance at the national society's annual meeting.   Learn more