AUSTRIA BELGIUM CROATIA
E. Huber G. Bogaert I. Tomaškovic
M. Marszalek
CYPRUS CZECH REPUBLIC DENMARK
C. Kouriefs A. Petrik M.G. Madsen
T. Karaolides M. Hora
ESTONIA FINLAND FRANCE
J. Kahu T. Parpala O. Haillot
M. Kivi S. Larré
GEORGIA GERMANY   GREECE
A. Chkhotua A. Schroeder N. Sofikitis
G. Managadze J. Steffens A. Papatsoris
HUNGARY IRELAND ITALY
A. Pytel P. Daly C. Terrone
P. Riesz P. Ryan N. Longo
LATVIA  LITHUANIA LUXEMBOURG
E. Baumanis M. Jievaltas P. Krombach
E. Vjaters A. Želvys
MALTA NORWAY  NETHERLANDS
K. German M. Dimmen J. van der Zee
S. Mattocks S. Müller J. van Moorselaar
POLAND PORTUGAL  ROMANIA
A. Leminski R. Pinto R. Constantiniu
M. Skrzypczyk L. Campos Pinheiro S. Voinea
SLOVAKIA SLOVENIA SWITZERLAND
F. Gonçalves S. Hawlina H.J. Danuser
J. Švihra M. Rebek H.P. Schmid
SPAIN SWEDEN TURKEY
J. Dominguez-Escrig L. Henningsohn Y. Özgok
B. Scholtz S. Tekgül
UNITED KINGDOM
M. Aitchison
J. Nawrocki

HOW TO BE REPRESENTED IN THE EBU?

EBU represents over 30 European countries.

Each country nominates maximum 2 delegates. To become an EBU delegate, contact your national society.

A European urological society which is a member of the UEMS can apply for EBU membership. We invite national associations to send an application letter motivating their request. The application will be reviewed and approved by the Executive Board.

Members pay an annual fee. Main benefits of EBU membership are:

  • Being part the only European regulatory body representing urology
  • Participation in bi-annual board meetings
  • Active contribution to activities organised by the EBU
  • Urologists trained/certified in an EBU member country are eligible to take the FEBU exams