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AUA2024 Course Submissions

The AUA course application site for the 2024 Annual Meeting is now CLOSED. The deadline to submit applications was Friday, June 9, 2023. Thank you to everyone who submitted a course application! Applicants will be notified of course application status in September 2023.

For more than a century, the AUA Annual Meeting has presented the most advanced science and technologies in urology, boasting a robust program unrivaled anywhere in the world.

The AUA is currently accepting Instructional Course, Institute for Leadership & Business (ILB) Track, and Hands-on Skills Training applications for AUA2024, to be held May 3 – 6, 2024, in San Antonio, TX. The deadline to submit applications for the 2024 Annual Meeting is June 9, 2023.

We encourage applications for both renewal courses and new courses and are requesting innovative ideas designed to offer education in new, engaging formats in the following three categories:

Instructional Courses

  • Course formats should focus on attendee participation, flipped classrooms, creative learning, extensive use of videos, etc.
  • Instructional Courses are scheduled for two hours and typically have no more than three total faculty members. 
  • If you need assistance with your Instructional Course application, please email or contact the AUA at 410-689-4030.

Institute for Leadership & Business (ILB) Track

  • Course topics should fit into one of the leadership and business content categories specified on the application.
  • Course formats should focus on faculty/audience interaction, participation, and topic application, as opposed to didactic-only slide presentations.
  • Course Directors should consider including non-physician experts as faculty to complement and enhance the expertise of physician faculty.
  • If you need assistance with your ILB Track application, please email

Hands-on Skills Trainings

  • Skills Trainings should be innovative and well-planned, with clear and achievable learning objectives.
  • Skills Trainings should include didactic presentations to increase knowledge, as well as hands-on skills tasks that can be effectively modeled and assessed for improved performance.
  • Course planners should consider the possible skill levels of participants, and how to adapt the training plan to all participants, to accomplish the learning objectives in the time provided.
  • Hands-on Skills Training application, please email Sarah Hardy at

The AUA looks to increase representation in course faculty, which begins with the course application process. We urge course applicants of diverse backgrounds to submit applications and ask that repeat Course Directors apply for renewal with new faculty that reflects the diverse make-up of the urology profession.

Course applications will be reviewed by the Chair of Education, members of subspecialty societies, and/or committee leaders. You will be notified in September 2023 of your course application status.

Important note: To provide greater educational opportunities and diversity for our learners, please limit faculty participation in Instructional Courses and the ILB Track to a combined maximum of 2 courses, one of which can be as a Course Director.