The EAU welcomes journalists to the 33rd Annual EAU Congress. We recognise that media – print, online and broadcast – are vehicles of public information and that the media have an important role and community responsibility to keep the public informed.
We are happy to cooperate in providing accurate and appropriate information while protecting the confidentiality of our members. We will do what we can to assist the media, but we need to ask that, in return, journalists work with the EAU to ensure good practice and high ethical standards. The EAU’s media registration and press policies provide news editors, reporters, health and medical writers with information about the rules and regulations regarding attendance and coverage of the 33rd Annual EAU Congress.
On site press activities
The following activities for registered journalists will take place during EAU18:
Meet the Experts
This year we give journalists the possibility to talk to key influencers on a daily basis. Each day one EAU representative will be available for all your questions at the EAU18 Press Centre (Entrance West, level 0). You can find the schedule here:
Please e-mail additional interview request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, 16 March 17:00-18:30hrs in the Orange Area, Room 4
“Confidence at First Sight! A Brighter Future for Bladder Cancer Patients” will feature discussions from key opinion leaders in the field on the improved detection of bladder cancer with Blue Light Cystoscopy (BLC™) with Hexvix®/Cysview®, recent approvals, emerging real world and clinical data and the future of care for patients.
The event will offer attending press the opportunity to meet with various experts in bladder cancer from around the world discussing:
- Perspectives on NMIBC Barriers to Progress
Ashish Kamat, MD, MBBS, MD Anderson
- New Data and Real World Experience
Siamak Daneshmand, MD; University of Southern California
- Experience with BLC with Hexvix from Denmark: Real World Implications
Gregers G. Hermann, M.D. DMSc FEBU, Diploma of Public Administration (Health Management), Herlev and Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Bladder Cancer Management Now and in the Future
Professor emeritus Per-Uno Malmström, MD PH.D., Uppsala, Sweden
Following the event, attendees will be able to interview presenters.