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The Surgical Treatments of LUTS / BOO; Do we now have too much choice?

12th October 2020 at 19:00 BST

Aim

The surgical management of bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) has seen the introduction of an array of new procedures in the last 10 years. This session will provide a clear overview of what is on offer and explore the evidence base behind their use. In particular, it will ask the question ‘what is the level of evidence necessary for the implementation of novel treatments?.

Attendees will gain an improved understanding of the currently available options in the management of BOO which will inform their discussions with patients.

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the range of surgical options now available in the management of BOO.
  • To compare and contrast the risks and benefits of different options available.
  • To gain an understanding of the level of evidence required for the implementation of new technologies.
  • To provide attendees with an up-to-date overview of current evidence-based best practice.

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Speakers

Mr Mark Speakman MBBS MS FRCS (Eng) FRCSEd (ad hominem)

Mark Speakman was appointed a Consultant Urologist in Taunton in 1990. His main interests are in academic urology, and he has published 100+ papers and 8 book chapters. He has lectured in all 5 continents in over 50 cities and supervised post-graduates through MD, MS and PhDs. He is on the Editorial Committee of the BJUI. and is a specialist advisor to NICE, and member of the Research Panel of TUF. He is a Council Member of BAUS, Honorary Treasurer, and Vice-President and President of BAUS in June 2014-16.

 

Mr Michael Palmer

Chair

Consultant Urologist at Gartnavel General Hospital and the Western Infirmary, Glasgow.

CPD

This webinar will be eligible for 1 CPD point.

Recording

This will be made available to RCSEd Fellows, Members and Affiliates following the live webinar on 12th October 2020..


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