No other conference offers this much urology nursing focused educational opportunities. I always learn new information and feel my nursing practice has been enhanced over the years by attending SUNA conferences and participating in the excellent educational opportunities available.


I benefited from all the conference activities. In particular, I gained valuable information about nocturia at various sessions. This is a chief complaint of many of my patients, and I learned so much about the etiology and strategies for making behavioral or medication changes to help patients.

Joanne Cory, CMA, CUA

I am so grateful for the opportunity to advance my clinical knowledge and collaborate with peers nationwide. Thank you for creating this space for us to learn and grow!

Jennifer Wilkins, FNP-C

SUNA States Position on Nurse Practitioners and Office Cystoscopy

SUNA has released a new position statement on Nurse Practitioners and Office Cystoscopy. In the statement, SUNA expresses support of nurse practitioners (NPs) performing office-based cystoscopy procedures (with training as outlined by Quallich et al. [2019]) as a vital way to address the need for...

SUNA Is Here for You

The SUNA National Office began remote operations on March 18, 2020. You may experience some delays in response times as we deal with this unprecedented global crisis. The best method to reach us is via email at We will continue to work with you to assist...

Free CNE! April Program Focuses on Ostomy Care

Each month SUNA offers a FREE continuing nursing education (CNE) program in SUNA's Online Library. This special offer is available to SUNA members only! This month's featured session is Golden Art of Ostomy Care. Originally offered at the 2019 uroLogic Conference in Orlando, this...

NIDDK Announces New Funding Opportunity: Applications Due June 18, 2020

The National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) announced the release of a new funding opportunity entitled “Urological Epidemiology (UroEpi) Institutional Research Career Development Program [K12-Independent Clinical Trial Not Allowed].” Letters of Intent are due May 18,...

Celebrate National Nurses Month in May

In 2020, the American Nurses Association (ANA) has expanded its annual recognition and celebration of nurses from a week-long event to a month-long observance. Each week during the month of May will have a specific focus: Self-Care, Recognition, Professional Development, and Community, Engagement.


Winter 2020 Issue of Uro-Gram Now Available

Read the current issue of SUNA's newsletter. The Uro-Gram features the latest news from the organization. SUNA offers the newsletter in two formats. Click on the page-flip version to experience these features:

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