How to become a member of the EU-ACME programme?

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There are two ways to become a member of the EU-ACME programme

  • A medical professional (urologists) can become a member of the EU-ACME programme once they are either a member of a national urological society or international scientific society which is affiliated with the EU-ACME programme

So far, the national urological societies of the following countries have joined the programme: Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Poland, The Netherlands, and the following international urological societies have joined: EAU, ESPU, ICS

  • Urologists who are members of a national or international urological association which are not (yet) affiliated with the EU-ACME programme may become an individual member. The yearly membership fee is EUR 33.
    If you wish to become an individual member please click here to register on-line.

Please note, that medical professionals need to be in active practice in order to be eligible for credits.

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