AUA Summit - The Scope of Urology Newsletter - Summer 2022

The Scope of Urology Newsletter - Summer 2022

AUA Historian’s Re-cap of 2022 Annual Meeting

The first in-person annual meeting in three years took place in New Orleans and was a resounding success, especially for the History of Urology. The History Exhibit, Ins and Outs of Sexual Health, co-curated by Irwin Goldstein, MD, and Sue Goldstein, CCRC, CSE, was spectacular.

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Ins and Outs of Sexual Health at New Orleans, 2022

Did you see this astonishing exhibit at annual meeting? The William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History is indebted to AUA designers Jenn Kennedy, Ashleigh Kilgour and Zack Post for this eye-catching design. And we celebrate the workers at GES, who produced and built this (very complicated) exhibit.

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NEW: Online Exhibit

A new member of AUA’s Marketing Team, Courtney Shelsby, presents a “big picture” understanding of the "Ins and Outs of Sexual Health" to be enjoyed (and chuckled over) by urologists and the general public. You can also find links to the more extensive brochure and a draft listing of the Sexual Medicine Family Tree at the bottom.

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Apply Today for AUA Historian

The AUA is seeking a highly qualified member to fill the position of AUA Historian, reporting to the Section Secretaries Membership Council. The Historian serves as Chair of the AUA History Committee and the Academic Work Group.

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Get Ready for 2023's Battlefield Urology

AUA President Dr. Ed Messing advised me to read All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque…he was right.

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Behind the Scenes

The Western Section donation to the Didusch Museum

Is it really a Braasch-Bumpus Punch? Inquiring minds….

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W. Hardy Hendren III, MD (1926 - 2022)

On March 1, 2022, Dr. Hardy Hendren, one of the foremost pediatric surgeons in the world, died at age 96. “Hardy Hendren was always a first class gentleman whenever we met. He will be missed.”

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