Scientific Basis of Urology
This course cover the scientific basis of urology practice, including the physiology and patho-physiology of benign and malignant urological conditions. It is suitable as an introduction to the subspeciality of urology for junior trainees, but has most recently been used as a revision tool for the FRCS(Urol.) exit examination in the UK. It might also be suitable for other board or professional examinations in urology. The course has two key objective:
To gain a broad understanding of the scientific basis of benign and malignant urological conditions
To contextualise the relevance of physiology and pathophysiology of the urinary tract disease to clinical practice
This will be achieved through a series of face to face lectures by expert faculty, including key opinion leaders in their respective fields, pre-learning content (e.g. notes, previous lectures), and in course assessments (e.g. MCQs).
Those who attend the course onsite will receive a free copy of 'MCQs for the FRCS(Urol) and Postgraduate Urology Examinations'
This course is accredited by The British Association of Urological Surgeons.
Day 1: 6 credits
Day 2: 6 credits
Day 3: 6 credits
Day 4: 6 credits
This course was previously organised by University College London Hospital (UCLH)
Monday 11 December - Thursday 14 December 09:00-17:00
£750 on campus*
Onsite Location: Barts Cancer Institute, Joseph Rotblat Building, Queen Mary University of London, Charterhouse Square, LONDON EC1M 6BQ
Note: Refund policy: refunds will be given for cancellations before 01 December 2023.
For any queries email [email protected].