145 Five Years of the CC-ERUS Fellowship: A Survey of the Experiences and Post-fellowship Work of the Fellows Abstract A web-based survey was delivered to European Robotic Curriculum (CC-ERUS) Fellows in order to gain insights into the experiences of the participants during and after the fellowship. Frequency and proportions were used to describe the outcome of the survey. Overall, 63% completed the survey. Over 90% of respondents still perform robot assisted surgery after the fellowship. Of these, 91% still perform Robot assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP), 36% are performing Robot assisted radical cystectomy (RARC), 42% are performing Robot assisted partial nephrectomy (RAPN). All respondents recommended ccERUS to peers. Overall, almost two-thirds are unaware of functional postoperative results of the patients treated with RARP. One-third of respondents are unaware of the oncological results of the patients after RARP. Additional focus should be put on the benefits of results awareness for surgeons during the fellowship program and on follow-up surveys to monitor need to continuous education. Patient summary A web-based survey was performed amongst participants of a robot assisted surgery course. We observed that most participants still perform robot assisted surgery after completion of the course. All participants would recommend the course to their colleagues.