Welcome message by Organizing Secretary
On behalf of the organizing committee, welcome to UROCON-2020. This year our theme is ‘Uro-oncology: Expanding the Horizons’, organized by Nepal Association of Urological Surgeons (NAUS) as its sixth annual conference. we look forward to providing you with wonderful event from 2nd to 4th of April in the beautiful city of Kathmandu, one of the best cities to visit for unbeatable travel experience.We have arranged an extensive scientific gathering with many renowned experts in the field of Urology already confirming their participation. On the first-day we are having the semi-live surgical video sessions on uro-oncology, robotics and laparoscopy. The next 2 days will feature thematic plenary sessions, lectures and free papers on various urological topics. We have included young urology sessions and poster presentations as well. There will also be a concurrent Nursing session which has been attracting a larger attendance every year. This brings urology nurses from all over Nepal together to exchange ideas and share knowledge.
We hope to make new ties with our international colleagues and strengthen the relation with our international and national friends. With so many distinguished experts attending, this will be a premiere event to provide us with a multitude of educational and socializing opportunity.
Kathmandu is a charming valley with pleasant environment and majestic mountains in the backdrop. It has a rich diversity in local culture, variety of local cuisines to try and many world heritage sites popular among the tourist that will make your stay more pleasant. Our exciting event will be held in luxury five star Hotel Yak and Yeti in the epicenter of the city which is in itself a historic architectural marvel having old palace perfectly blended with the modern day comfortable suits.
Come visit us early, stay for a while and explore the beauty. If this is your first time, we promise you will not want to leave early and if you revisiting, you will find so much more to do our city of Kathmandu.
Dr Pawan Raj Chalise