Sign up to become member of The European Network of Uropathology (ENUP)
We would like to invite all European pathologists with an interest in urological pathology to sign up to become members of The European Network of Uropathology (ENUP) by filling out a short form on this website:
Please fill out the form even if you are already an ENUP member!
We founded ENUP in 2006 and there is a need to update address information etc.
If you have colleagues in your hospital or in other institutions who might be interested, or if you have access to email lists of pathologists, do not hesitate to forward this information! It is convenient for us to have all address information entered in a standardized manner through this web form. Many colleagues at the same lab can enter the web form from the same computer if you just open it again after you have finished and clicked Done.
ENUP is a non-profit organisation and works as a network for communication rather than a formal society. We do not take any member fees. We currently have approximately 380 members in 15 European countries but aim to reach an even better coverage among European pathology departments including academic departments, community hospitals and private laboratories. To become a member you only need to be a practicing pathologist (M.D.).
The purpose of ENUP is to get a route for dissemination of relevant information such as guidelines, consensus documents, society information, courses, grants etc. for uropathology. We regularly conduct web-based surveys on how uropathology is practiced in Europe. The results of these surveys are compiled and sent back to the network participants in order to give immediate feedback. Hopefully, the survey results may give a better picture of how uropathology is practiced in Europe and it is our hope that this will make it easier to issue formal guidelines and also be a support for you in your daily practice. We will soon email a jpg microphotograph catalogue for standardization of Gleason grading in Europe, which we hope will be useful for you.
When we email to the members (so far done from email@example.com), we use email subjects (headings) such as:
so the participants can quickly identify the emails as ENUP information.
I you want to see previous information emails about our survey results (e.g. on handling and reporting of radical prostatectomy specimens, TURB specimens of the bladder, prostate biopsies and renal tumors), please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you copies of previous emails.
We are aware of the concerns that people may have about privacy and the risk of spamming. Therefore, we will not spread the address list to others than the board members listed at the end of this email. The email addresses will always be suppressed in group emails. The email list will not be forwarded to congress secretariats, commercial interests or other societies. Whenever you change your address or wish to be removed from the list, please email to email@example.com.
Finally we wish new members welcome to ENUP and we would like to thank our old members for their continued support. We hope that you will find this service useful!
With kind regards,
Lars Egevad (Coordinator of ENUP)
Daniel M Berney
Antonio López Beltrán