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Carden Jennings Publishing is closely tracking updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The CDC reports that most people in the United States have little immediate risk of exposure at this time, and we continue to move forward with our plans to deliver an outstanding conference. The health of the attendees of our Grand Rounds in Urology conferences is a top priority, so we will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as needed.
One of the main features of Grand Rounds in Urology™ (GRU) is urology CME live conferences. These meetings strive to bring together a network of urology professionals to exchange best practice knowledge through lectures, conversations, information sharing, and constructive debates. Through this professional discourse, GRU aims to improve physician professional development and, ultimately, patient outcomes.
The Future Directions in Urology Symposium (FDUS) is an annual urology think tank. It is a non-CME educational summit that brings together industry figures and medical experts to discuss the current state of genitourinary care and define future directions in treatment. Industry attendees include representatives from marketing, sales, medical affairs, research, and senior management, as well as medical science liaisons (MSLs).
Advances in Men’s Health (AMH) is a CME-accredited conference that will provide relevant education to both primary care and urology providers, featuring speakers who are both leaders in their field and skilled teachers. It is hoped that a dialogue will ensue between PCPs and urology specialists that will enhance the quality of everyone’s men’s health care delivery.
This CME-accredited conference, held in conjunction with the Baylor College of Medicine, focuses on current controversies and innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies for some of the most common urologic problems clinical urologists face. The rapidly changing healthcare environment and pace of technological innovations in medicine require urologists to keep abreast of state-of-the-art diagnosis and management of urologic disease.
The International Bladder Cancer Update (IBCU) is a CME-accredited conference designed to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of bladder cancer. IBCU offers medical professionals an opportunity to interact with expert, international faculty to improve knowledge, receive the latest updated clinical trial information, and determine best treatment practices to improve patient outcomes.
The 11th Urology Today conference is a CME-accredited program held in conjunction with Wake Forest Baptist Health that will keep urologists, urologic oncologists, and other healthcare providers educated on the most pertinent issues in urology practices. Areas of focus include urologic oncology, men’s health and reconstruction, female urology, pediatric urology, kidney stones and conditions, and methods of providing the best care while also handling the required logistics of the business side of medicine.
Perspectives in Urology: Point Counterpoint (PCP) is a CME-accredited conference that focuses on a broad range of urology topics and brings together expert faculty to offer updates, interactive discussions, panel discussions, debates, and case reports. PCP is designed for urologists, urologic oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and other healthcare professionals involved in the diagnosis and management of urologic diseases.
Designed by both urologists and radiation oncologists, the Southwest Prostate Cancer Symposium (SPCS) is a multi-day, CME-accredited conference intended for urologists, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, physicists, and other healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of prostate cancer. It will educate the attendees about advances in the management of localized and advanced prostate cancer, with a focus on imaging, technology, and training in the related devices and techniques.
Changes occur in medicine and urology on an almost daily basis, so it is imperative that the practicing urologist remains on the cutting edge. Urologists need to keep current on assessing, diagnosing, and treating urologic conditions in the clinical setting. This meeting will provide an update on urologic cancers, stone disease, urologic reconstruction, female urology, infertility, emerging surgical techniques, and general urology.
The International Prostate Cancer Update (IPCU), founded in 1991, is a multi-day, CME-accredited conference focused on prostate cancer treatment updates with international faculty providing attendees a variety of viewpoints and how-to instruction. IPCU will offer interactive participation through lectures, panel discussions, debates, clinical trial updates, and case reports. This conference is led by expert physicians and is designed for urologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and other healthcare professionals involved in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.