- Student Life
- Faculties & Departments
- Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
- School of Medicine
- School of Pharmacy
- School of Physiotherapy
- School of Nursing & Midwifery
- School of Postgraduate Studies
- Institute of Leadership
- Student, Academic & Regulatory Affairs
- Health Professions Education Centre (HPEC)
- Academic Departments
- Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery
- Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Radiologists
- Surgical Affairs
- Research News & Events
- Research Areas
- Principal Investigators
- Research Networks & Centres
- Technology Cores & Research Facilities
- Research Office
- Employment and Studentship Opportunities
- Research Ethics
- Technology Transfer Office & Management of Intellectual Property
- Research by Faculty
- Research by Academic Department
- Research by School
- Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)
- About RCSI
- CEO & Senior Management
- Annual Report
- 3U Partnership
- Contact Us & Location
- Venue Hire
- RCSI and the wider community
- Quality Enhancement Office
- Academic Health Centre
- RCSI Corporate Videos
- Freedom of Information (FOI)
- Class of 2013 Commemorative Video
- Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences Strategy 2013 - 2017
- RCSI International
Irish Society of Urology
The Irish Society of Urology was founded in 1956 to promote the speciality of Urology and its related medical sciences in Ireland, and to encourage and promote urological training and scientific research.
The Society is advisory to the Irish Department of Health and JCHST concerning urological training and manpower issues. The society is a member of the IBU, EAU and UEMS.
The BJU International is the official journal for ISU.
|President:||Mr. John Thornhill, AMNCH, Tallaght, Dublin|
|Vice-President:||Mr. Peter Ryan, Bon Secours Hospital, Cork|
|Treasurer:||Mr. Hugh Flood, Mid-Western Regional Hospital, Limerick|
|Honorary Secretary:||Mr. Gordon Smyth, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin|
Registration to the Annual Meeting includes Membership subscription for the year.Full membership
A person is eligible to become a member of the Irish Society of Urology provided he/she is on the Specialist Register for Urology and is practising as a consultant urologist in Ireland. Members can attend the AGM and vote and are eligible to be an officer of the Society provided they are in good standing.
A person may become an associate member of the Irish Society of Urology provided he/she maintains an active interest in Irish urological affairs or participates in urological services including, but not exclusively, radiology, pathology and research.
Overseas Membership is available to those who are practicing as urologists outside Ireland and who wish to retain an interest in Irish urology. He/she may attend the AGM but not vote.
This category is open to all trainees in urology in Ireland. This will include registrars in numbered posts as well as Specialist Registrars. It is recommended that all registrars become corresponding members. A representative of this group can attend the AGM but cannot vote.
Retired consultants can be formally elected to become senior members upon their retirement. Senior Members are welcome to attend the AGM but not vote.
Irish Society of Urology
RCSI Conference & Events
123 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2
Tel: +353 1 402 2238 Fax: +353 1 402 2458
TTMed Urology www.ttmed.com/urology
A free-access medical education platform in Urology used by specialist physicians, general practioners, nurses and students to stay abreast of the latest advances in the Urology field.
Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSEng.)
Limerick Regional Hospital