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Since its founding, Grand Rounds in Urology has been a premier hub of quality, cutting-edge knowledge for professionals in the field of urology. Now, we are proud to offer CME accredited online courses. Our faculty members are top urology researchers, private practice leaders, and educators. They present up-to-date best practice information in their respective specializations at conferences throughout the United States. Afterwards, we curate video content from these presentations to create our courses. To start, browse our catalogue below.
This online CME course will provide an update on treating patients with nocturia, overactive bladder (OAB), and benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH). The goal of this program is to best address the identified gaps and educational needs of primary care physicians, urologists, and other healthcare providers who diagnose and treat these patients. The program aims to meet the goals of developing education that is scientifically rigorous and relevant to both academic and community-based clinicians.
The definition of nocturia has been as nebulous as its etiology and management. However, clinically relevant nocturia is generally accepted among urologists to indicate two or more voids that are preceded and followed by sleep. As clinicians who frequently encounter this vexatious entity, it is essential for clinicians to approach patients with nocturia systematically. This activity will review the underlying causes of nocturia, and outline an approach to its diagnostic evaluation and treatment.
The goal of this educational program is to equip urologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and other healthcare providers nationwide who are involved in the treatment of patients with bladder cancer with the up-to-date clinical knowledge and tools they need to best diagnose and treat their patients. With growing advancements in immunotherapy treatment of bladder cancer, patients may experience better treatment outcomes.