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AUA Policy on Licensure and Certification

The American Urological Association (AUA) is committed to developing and providing the educational tools for our members to pursue life-long learning, maintain and enhance competency, and meet the requirements of licensure and certification.

The AUA is not involved in establishing requirements for licensure, certification or credentialing. The AUA is committed to advocating on behalf of its membership that these requirements are not burdensome but rather serve as a tool for physicians' continuous improvement and self-study.

Board of Directors, January 2016
Board of Directors, October 2018 (Reaffirmed)

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