• 2018 Meeting

Memo to CUA Members re: Novel Coronavirus (Covid 19) and the CUA 2020 Annual Meeting

After careful consideration of the current and projected impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and in accordance with Health Canada and the BC Ministry of Health’s recommendations, the Board of Directors regrets to announce the CUA 2020 Annual Meeting in Victoria has been canceled. While this was a difficult decision, in light of the many uncertainties related to the severity and duration of the outbreak it was felt this action was necessary to protect our members, staff, families and our communities. 

For those that had already registered for the meeting, the CUA Corporate Office will be working to process full refunds for registration and we urge you to call the hotel and cancel any hotel bookings over the next few weeks. 

While an in-person meeting will not be held this year, we want you to know the CUA is working to develop virtual/web-based educational offerings and will be providing a series of "Best of CUA”  lectures in conjunction with a number of regional meetings that are scheduled for the Fall. In this way the CUA will ensure your educational needs are addressed. Please continue to check the website (cua.org) where further information will be provided once the programs are finalized. We thank you for your understanding and support during these unprecedented times.”


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Welcome message from your CUA 2018 President

Dear Friends,

It’s truly an honour for me to be helping plan the 2018 CUA Annual Meeting in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Scientific Committee, led by Ashley Cox and Nicholas Power, and Local Organizing Committee, led by Peter and Karen Anderson, have an exciting mix of East coast hospitality, food, and entertainment intertwined with state-of-the-art lectures, podium presentations and posters, take-home messages, and contests with opportunities to connect with old and new colleagues alike.

The central scientific theme is evolving therapies and the future of urology practice. The meeting will explore how competency-based training, new technologies, and a medical environment with scarce resources can be tweaked in the coming years towards optimal patient care.

The CUA is really a special medical meeting, with its own unique culture and focus. It provides Canadian urologists with a chance to showcase their work, see what others are doing, exchange ideas, and meet face to face with key world opinion leaders in urology, while still having fun with friends and colleagues.

East coast meetings have always had their own special appeal. It might be the whales or the lobsters or the people, or simply the wonderful hospitality, but attendees are always more relaxed; conversations often tend often to focus on topics other than urological concerns when we get together on the East coast!

The activities slated include a fabulous Fun Night at Pier 21, an East coast lobster dinner at the nearby Cunard Centre, followed by dancing until the sun rises. The Marriott Harbourfront will serve as our headquarters and has a great reputation for service excellence.

Don’t miss the CUA 73rd Annual Meeting in Halifax 2018. I hope to see you there!

Gerald Brock, President, CUA 2018

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