Now in its 34th installment, this invaluable resource continues the tradition of providing up-to-date information that helps you fulfill Part 2 of the Maintenance of Certification requirements recognized by the American Board of Urology. Improve your practice and patient care by staying abreast of the latest treatments and surgical techniques in urology.
Benefit from leading urologists’ recommendations in 40 new lessons, which are delivered to you five lessons a month for eight months. Take advantage of a convenient, easy-to-access educational product that fits your individual learning style.
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The AUA Update Series is renowned for delivering high-quality lessons to practicing urologists, fellows and residents. All content is developed in consultation with and edited by internationally recognized experts in urology, making the AUA Update Series the most professional and sought-after self-study program available.
Hot Topics for 2015:
- Management of Emergency Bleeding, Recalcitrant Clots and Hemorrhagic Cystitis
- Where does SWL Fit – Technology, Patient Selection and Procedure
- Gene Expression Testing for Prostate Cancer: Indications and Impact
- Botox in the Lower Urinary Tract in Adults and Children – Technique
- Ethics and Regulatory Compliance in Urology Clinical Trials
- Dealing with a Difficult Patient
- Contemporary Management of Advanced Prostate Cancer
- Cryptorchidism – 2014 AUA Guideline
- Genetics of Renal Cancer
- Urotauma – 2014 AUA Guideline
- Medical Management of Stones – 2014 AUA Guideline
- Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse in the Frail Elderly Patient
Update Series is Available in Two Formats for 2015
- Online Only: Optimized for easy viewing on your computer or mobile device. Lessons are accessible and printable anytime.
- Bundle (Print and Online): Enjoy online access plus the print edition, featuring bookshelf-quality binding.
The American Urological Association designates this enduring material for a maximum of 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.