Nurses (RN, LPN, and LVN), Technicians and Medical Assistants
$185 Annual Dues
The AUA serves as a reliable, reputable and relevant resource for urology healthcare professionals and prides itself on being an inclusive community, supportive of the urology healthcare team. Recognizing that physician assistants, advanced practice nurses, nurses and other allied health care professionals play a key role in the team-based delivery of care, the AUA offers tools and resources to support the successful integration of these providers into the urologic care setting.
Allied Membership Benefits
Patient Care & Practice Resources
Receive up-to-date clinical resources for your practice and free patient education materials on urologic conditions through our official foundation, the Urology Care Foundation. Learn More
Relevant News, Journals & Information
Enjoy complimentary access to Urology Practice, companion to The Journal of Urology®, and online publications like AUANews and AUA NetNews. Allied members are also eligible for a significantly discounted subscription to The Journal of Urology® Learn More
Online Community for Networking & Discussions
Allied members have access to a private, online community where you can ask questions or solicit feedback on a treatment or medication, and much, much more. Learn More
Allied Membership Eligibility and Requirements
Eligible applicants for Allied Membership must be:
- primary urology healthcare team members, including:
- nurses (LPN, LVN, RN)
- medical assistants
As part of the membership application, nurse applicants are required to submit a current nursing license. Technicians are required to submit a letter written by a practicing urologist on letterhead confirming they have completed in-service training in the field of urology under their supervisor. Medical assistants are required to submit written evidence of current CMA certification.
A copy of your Curriculum Vitae (typed or printed clearly in English) and a $50 application fee is also required.