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AUA Annual Census 2019

Taking the AUA Annual Census

The American Urological Association (AUA) Annual Census is a specialty-wide survey of all members in the urology community across the globe. This critical survey will provide important information on urology workforce and practice to clinicians, policymakers, patients, payers and the general public. Participating in the AUA Annual Census, which takes approximately 10 minutes, will help promote our specialty and inform policy.

Your responses are valuable and will allow us to build the case for issues critical to the profession, such as federal funding and workforce development through federal and state advocacy. The data collected will be analyzed to fill knowledge gaps, and ultimately, improve patient care. Results will be reported in various publications, including The State of the Urology Workforce and Practice. Specialty information will be applied to your myAUA profile on AUAnet.org.  If you are a member, this information will also be used for the Find-a-Urologist tool on UrologyHealth.org.  You can update and manage this information at AUAnet.org/myAUA.

Identifiable information collected from this AUA Membership ID-based census will be stored in a secured area and will not be reported or shared with any third party, although de-identified, aggregated data may be shared to advance urologic research.

The Census is open to any member of the urology community, including urologists, non-physician providers, medical students, residents, fellows, researchers, educators, administrators and practice managers. 

By clicking the "Take Census" button below, you agree to all the terms and conditions outlined above. Thank you for your participation and support of the urology profession.

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