THE AARHUS TALKS II is the second, in a planned row, of small intense, interactive meetings between paediatricians, adult urologists and paediatric urologists to share, discuss and agree on current issues in paediatric urology. There is an inherent need to achieve common understanding on the nature, diagnosis, follow-up and treatment of different congenital conditions of the urinary tract and genitalia.
This second meeting will focus on congenital vesicoureteral reflux, duplex system & ectopic ureter, haematuria & posterior urethritis and stones.
All sessions will be introduced by a short presentation by well-known panelists, followed by an academic dispute, interactive case discussions with the audience, thus enabling participants discuss cases in a multidisciplinary setting. Discussions will be supported by an interactive voting system.
Ample time for discussion is essential and will be prioritized at this meeting. The number of participants is limited to 45.
Last but not least the meeting will be set in the stunning surroundings of Kongebrogaarden, a small congress hotel at the coastal line of Little Belt, itself best in the gleaming colors of the Danish autumn. The Little Belt is a strait between the island of Funen and the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark.
Konstantinos Kamperis Consultant, paediatric nephrology, Aarhus, DK
Yazan F. Rawashdeh Consultant, paediatric urology, Aarhus, DK
Søren Rittig Professor, paediatric nephrology, Aarhus, DK
Lotte Snabe PA Urological Research Unit, Aarhus, DK
L. Henning Olsen Professor, paediatric urology, Aarhus, DK (Chairman)